Fox and Friends morning show visits Hagerstown during MD Primary

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That fox and friendsThe Breakfast with Friends segment is expected to join customers at the Hub City Diner in Hagerstown on the day of the Maryland primary – Tuesday – to share the day’s news with voters.

On July 15, Hub City Diner announced at its Facebook site that the news team would visit the restaurant. The post read: “Fox News Channel’s morning show ‘Fox and Friends’ is joining us at the Hub City Diner for a live broadcast. And we open early for it.”

Those who show up at the restaurant between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. may be interviewed by Lawrence Jones, presenter of Lawrence Jones Cross Country and corporate reporter for Fox and Friends.

Hub City Diner owner Andro Barsoum said he sees the news organization’s visit as a good thing.

“Not many people know (about the restaurant),” Barsoum said in a phone interview with The Herald-Mail.

He added that he hopes the visit will have a positive impact on business.

“Breakfast with Friends” is a segment on Fox and Friends in which a reporter visits a restaurant in each US state to discuss local and national issues. For many Hub City Diner customers, the Maryland area code will be a priority.

While voters will pay attention to local races, some focus will certainly be on Maryland’s 6th congressional district race.

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Maryland’s new convention card, passed in April, accomplished that Contested congressional seat in western Maryland between Democrats and Republicans comes in November, according to pollsters. Democrats have represented the 6th District since 2012, when longtime Republican incumbent Rep. Roscoe Barlett lost the election to John Delaney.

Del. Neil Parrott, R-Washington, was the lead plaintiff among several suing the Maryland Board of Elections over an “extremely partisan” card that favored Democrats. according to a Thirty-five statParrott is slightly favored to win the Maryland 6th District against Democratic incumbent David Trone.

Parrott was the Republican nomination in 2020, feuding and losing to Trone.

While Parrott has outbid his six Republican opponents, he is up against Matthew Foldi, a 25-year-old former reporter who has garnered support from several GOP national figures including Gov. Larry Hogan, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Donald Trump jr.

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Other candidates in the Republican primary include two veterans, a licensed undertaker and a former police officer. Trone also goes up against Democratic challengers, including a substitute teacher and an entrepreneur.

Polling stations are open Tuesdays from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m

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