How can any current Maryland resident be an undecided voter?
Perhaps you’ve been exposed to one of the numerous polls released recently that are tracking the race for Maryland governor.
In May, the Washington Post published a poll that showed O’Malley leading Ehrlich 49 to 41. June brought data from Rasmussen showing the two candidates in a dead heat (45 to 45), and a Magellan Strategies poll that put the former governor three points ahead of the current governor (46 to 43).
July, thus far, has given us a Public Policy Poll that has O’Malley holding a three-point advantage (45 to 42), and a Gonzales Research sampling showing the incumbent with that same margin of (potential) victory.