Gov. Larry Hogan has not publicly supported it either.
Some other candidates said they’d follow suit.
The candidates discussed climate change, gun control and their dislike for Larry Hogan, among other topics.
Shabnam Ahmed will campaign for education reform.
Gov. Hogan has not yet reviewed the legislation for the scholarship program.
His approval rating stands at 68 percent, according to the poll.
The county joins Washington, D.C., and northern Virginia on Amazon’s shortlist.
The bill passed through both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly.
One bill would ban devices like bump stocks.
Students marched from Hornbake Plaza to McKeldin Mall to promote textbook affordability.