Cox concedes to Moore in Md. Governor’s race

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Republican Dan Cox officially conceded to Democrat Wes Moore Wednesday afternoon.

Cox released a statement on Twitter, saying, “I wish Governor-elect Wes Moore and Lt. Gov-elect Aruna Miller and their families every blessing and success to ensure that he will keep his word and govern positively for all Marylanders. I will pray for them and their new role for all of us.”

The Associated Press called the race in favor of Wes Moore shortly after the polls closed Tuesday evening. As of 1 p.m. Wednesday, Moore held nearly 60% of the vote, with Cox trailing behind at just under 37%.

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