OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) - Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Republican Larry Hogan are scheduled to discuss their campaigns for governor.
The Maryland Association of Counties is holding a forum with the two candidates on Saturday in Ocean City, Maryland.
It's the first event attended by the two candidates to talk about their campaigns since they won their primary races in June.
They are scheduled to speak and take questions from a moderator, but they won't be appearing at the same time. One candidate will follow the other. The forum is scheduled to last about an hour.
The Maryland Association of Counties is a nonprofit group that advocates for county issues in state government. It is wrapping up its annual summer conference on Saturday.