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JOHNS HOPKINS NEWSLETTER: Gubernatorial candidates discuss their plans for Maryland at debate

JOHNS HOPKINS NEWSLETTER: Gubernatorial candidates discuss their plans for Maryland at debate

In an email to The News-Letter, Andrew Pierson, a sophomore at Towson University, highlighted the importance of Baron’s Bottom Line program.

“I really liked Jon Baron’s stance in many issues, which aligned with mine, especially about his Bottom Line program for low-income students,” he wrote….

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MARYLAND MATTERS: A Close Shave for Baron

MARYLAND MATTERS: A Close Shave for Baron

Jon Baron, one of the nine Democratic candidates for governor, has launched a two-minute video that primarily shows him shaving.

Baron, whose dry wit has become a staple of the campaign trail, attempts to use his shaving exercise to illustrate his oft-argued point that government has relied on policy solutions that don’t work for too long.

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Washington Informer: Maryland Gubernatorial Candidates Release Campaign Ads

Washington Informer: Maryland Gubernatorial Candidates Release Campaign Ads

Another Democratic gubernatorial candidate, former nonprofit executive Jon Baron, released a Tuesday on his various social media channels.

It shows Baron shaving in the bathroom as he explains his efforts to improve education such as recruiting recent college graduates and retirees to help tutor struggling first- and second-grade students.

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RELEASE: Jon Baron Releases New Digital Ad, “Multitasking”

RELEASE: Jon Baron Releases New Digital Ad, “Multitasking”

The Baron-Williams campaign’s new ad, “Multitasking” is the first in a series of digital and television ads to share the campaign’s message with voters across the state.

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WBAL-TV: 2022 Maryland governor – candidate profile: Jon Baron

WBAL-TV: 2022 Maryland governor – candidate profile: Jon Baron

As part of our Commitment 2022 coverage from 11 News, WBALTV.com has the information you need to cast your vote for Maryland governor in 2022.

The following responses are from Jon Baron, Democratic candidate for governor. He is 59 years old and was born in Washington, D.C. He is the former vice president of the evidence-based policy group, Arnold Ventures. His running mate is Natalie Williams, senior director of communications and public affairs at the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education.

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Washington Informer: Maryland’s Gubernatorial Candidates Discuss the Major Issues

Washington Informer: Maryland’s Gubernatorial Candidates Discuss the Major Issues

If Baron had a magic stick, he would launch a partnership with private businesses to offer job training for every young adult statewide in “fast-growing” industries such as health care and information technology.

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WASHINGTON POST: Jon Baron names Natalie Williams, a former spokeswoman for Marion Barry, as his running mate

WASHINGTON POST: Jon Baron names Natalie Williams, a former spokeswoman for Marion Barry, as his running mate

Baron, one of 10 candidates vying for the Democratic nomination, said Williams brings more than 20 years of experience in government, communications and community engagement to the team.

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WASHINGTON INFORMER: Baron Chooses Natalie Williams as Running Mate

WASHINGTON INFORMER: Baron Chooses Natalie Williams as Running Mate

Baron praises Williams’ work in the public sector, executive positions and as a health care advocate which included serving as vice president of advancement for the Maryland University of Integrative Health located in Laurel.

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MARYLAND MATTERS: Baron Picks Communications Professional to Run for Lt. Governor

MARYLAND MATTERS: Baron Picks Communications Professional to Run for Lt. Governor

Natalie Williams has held several positions in politics, policy and civic life in Maryland and Washington, D.C., and at the national level.

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RELEASE: Jon Baron Announces Natalie Williams as Running Mate

RELEASE: Jon Baron Announces Natalie Williams as Running Mate

The Baron-Williams ticket will win the primary on July 19, and bring a fundamentally new governing approach to Annapolis.

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