OCEAN CITY, Md. - Maryland State Education Association is expected to announce its recommendation for the 2014 gubernatorial race during the annual convention. All four candidates were in attendance Friday, addressing some of their plans for improving education.
That includes democrats Doug Gansler, Heather Mizeur and Anthony Brown, along with Republican David Craig. WMDT was able to catch up with Brown and Mizeur, who shared what they think the biggest issue for Marylanders is:
"We have to grow the economy, create jobs, build the most competitive work force, and build Maryland business economy," said Brown.
"We have to expand Pre-K the three and four-year-olds. We need to increase our childcare subsidies, so the families can go to work and know that their children have quality and safe and structured nurturing and educational environment to leave their children. And we have to invest in good after school and summer school programs," said Mizeur.
The MSEA nomination will be announced Saturday.