ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Maryland voters had their say in yesterday’s primary election. Democrat Angela Alsobrooks and Republican former Gov. Larry Hogan were the winners in their primaries for the U.S. Senate in Maryland. The race is expected to be competitive in November, when Hogan will try to become the first Republican from Maryland to win a U.S. Senate seat since 1980. Meanwhile, incumbent Brandon Scott has beat out his main challenger in Baltimore’s Democrat primary for mayor. He prevailed against former mayor Sheila Dixon, whose time in office was cut short in 2010 after she took a plea deal for misappropriating gift cards meant for poor families.