Craig Wolf, the Republican nominee for Maryland’s attorney general, was one of those candidates in the crowd Sunday afternoon. He walked up and down the Union Avenue parade route, greeting spectators and handing them campaign literature.
“It was amazing,” Wolf, a Howard County resident, said when asked his impression of the parade. “It was huge — I didn’t know where it started and where it ended.”
Wolf is running against incumbent Attorney General Brian Frosh, a Democrat.
Wolf, who said his campaign is “focused on public safety, not politics,” praised the volunteer fire and EMS companies and law enforcement agencies that took part in the parade.
“They’re the people who have our backs in society, and unfortunately, too often, they don’t get enough credit,” he said.