How Money, Media And Message Could Coalesce For Mizeur By Fraser Smith • Apr 28, 2014 TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 3:57 How Money, Media And Message Could Coalesce For Mizeur WYPR's Fraser Smith and John Willis of the University of Baltimore talk about this history of gubernatorial elections in Maryland and why voters often look for a change in style. Tags: politicsElection 2014Heather MizeurInside Maryland PoliticsWYPR FeaturesWYPR NewsTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content All Quiet On The Gubernatorial Election Front? By Fraser Smith • Apr 23, 2014 Bryan Sears (from The Daily Record) and Fraser Smith ponder the quietness among the gubernatorial election's leaders - don't the voters want to know what they have to say? Mizeur Says Maryland Is Ready To Elect Her As Governor By John Lee • Apr 14, 2014 Christopher Connelly / WYPR Listen Listening... / 4:07 Mizeur Says Maryland Is Ready To Elect Her As Governor Ten years ago, when she was serving on the Takoma Park City Council, Heather Mizeur helped to pass a resolution putting the city on record as supporting same-sex marriage. Maryland's Obamacare Stumble Fails To Sway Governor's Race By Frank James • Apr 25, 2014 Here's a measure of Maryland's Democratic tilt: Even an epic failure in launching the state's health care website isn't enough to derail the political fortunes of the official responsible for it. The Affordable Care Act is that popular. Justices' Lack Of Campaign Experience Shows By Fraser Smith • Apr 17, 2014 Tom Chalkley Listen Listening... / 2:58 Justices' Lack Of Campaign Experience Shows A student of the law and a member of the House of Delegates for more than 30 years says the Supreme Court has once again brushed aside the judgment of state legislators.