Judge dismisses lawsuit against Maryland Gubernatorial candidate

ANNAPOLIS, Md (WMAR) - A Judge has dismissed a lawsuit against a Maryland Democratic Gubernatorial candidate.

The lawsuit alleged Krish Vignarajah was not eligible to run for Governor, claiming she hadn't met the residency requirements to run for office.

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On Tuesday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, the State Attorney General's Office on behalf of the Board of Elections affirmed Vignarajah had been a valid resident for the mandated period which is five years in Maryland.

As result of the ruling, ballots for Krish Vignarajah will count in the primary election. 

 

 

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