Cardin to face new primary challenger?

Prince George’s County Democratic State Senator C. Anthony Muse says he will announce “in two to three weeks,” whether he will challenge U.S. Senator Ben Cardin in the primary election in April.

Muse told WBAL’s C-4 Saturday that a potential campaign has “very positive momentum” based on months of traveling the state meeting with voters and potential supporters.


Muse, who is a Baltimore native, is a minister and was an outspoken critic this year of legislation that would legalize same sex marriage.

Cardin has already filed to get on the ballot to run for a second term.

Five other Democratic challengers have also declared their candidacy.

Cardin was endorsed by President Barack Obama last week.

Republican candidates or potential candidates include Dan Bongino, Robert Broadus, William Capps, Rick Hoover, Pat McDonough, and Corrogan Vaughn.

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