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Republican Gov. Larry Hogan won a historic re-election in Maryland, but his decisive victory largely failed to translate into down-ballot success for the GOP in the state. Marylanders "voted Hogan and, then, they voted Democrat everywhere else and that swept out a lot of folks who otherwise looked like they might have been safe," one analyst said.
Maryland News – WTOP
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Hogan crushed the Md. governor’s race. So, why did Republicans down-ballot fizzle?