If voting by mail, be sure to place your completed ballot into your signed ballot envelope and mail it or place it in a designated drop-off box by 8 p.m. July 19. Photo by Marcus Dieterle.

Maryland’s primary election is tomorrow, July 19. For voters who have not already voted — either during early voting or via mail-in ballot — and are still undecided, hear directly from candidates for governor, attorney general and comptroller.

Baltimore Fishbowl asked candidates running in this year’s election to identify the three most important challenges facing Baltimore and the region, and what solutions they support to make progress. We asked candidates to submit a video answering that question, so you can hear their ideas and goals in their own words.

Not all candidates submitted videos, but here are the ones who did:

Gubernatorial candidates:

  • Jon Baron – education; workforce development; and public safety
  • Peter Franchot – public safety; improving city schools; and infrastructure and jobs
  • Doug Gansler – crime; transportation; and business
  • John King – public safety; improving quality of life; and guaranteeing every child a world-class public education

Attorney general candidates:

Comptroller candidates:

  • Tim Adams – demanding more from the city school system; redevelopment and transportation; and equitable procurement
  • Brooke Lierman – gun violence; public schools; and addressing the racial wealth divide