Donna Edwards, debate sponsor criticize absent Wynn at first primary showdown

Blake, Aaron
September 2007
Hill;9/6/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 101, p6
The article focuses on the absence of Maryland Representative Albert Wynn for his first debate of 2008 campaign which criticized by his primary challenger. Donna Edwards criticized Wynn for not attending the debate even the debate sponsor. She continued to accuse Wynn of not taking the election seriously and joined the sponsoring Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in criticizing his constituent service.


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