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Moore Declared Winner Just Minutes After Polls Close in Maryland

Democrat Wes Moore has been elected Maryland’s first Black governor.

Moore, a best-selling author in his first run for public office, defeated Republican Dan Cox in a state where Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1.

His campaign slogan was "leave no one behind."

Dan Cox received the endorsement of former President Donald J. Trump, whom he supported for President.


Governor Moore's Lieutenant Governor is Aruna Miller. Her family immigrated to the United States from India when she was 7. She graduated from the Missouri University of Science and Technology with a degree in civil engineering and chose a life of public service in Maryland, spending 25 years working at the local Department of Transportation in Montgomery County. She also served in the House of Delegates representing District 15 for eight years.


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