Carroll, Harford sitting judges lose to challengers

Two recently appointed judges on the ballot for confirmation were unseated in Tuesday's election, a rarity in Maryland. Maria Oesterreicher, a former prosecutor and current state government employee, defeated incumbent Richard R. Titus, a 2016 appointee to the bench. Oesterreicher received 53.1 percent of the vote to Titus' 46.6 percent. She is the first female circuit ...

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