The Post is doing a series of stories on the six Democratic CD4 candidates. First up today is Anthony Brown.
There is little voters don’t know about Brown the politician, who after years as a state delegate and lieutenant governor has the highest name recognition — and arguably the strongest governing credentials — of any of the six Democrats running to represent Maryland’s 4th Congressional District. (Several Republicans are also running, but the district is overwhelmingly Democratic, and whoever wins that party’s nomination will be heavily favored in November.)
Ads from the governor’s race described Brown’s Ivy League education and decorated military career; his meteoric rise from first-term delegate to majority whip in the state legislature; and his deep dedication to public service.