Former Maryland First Lady Katie Curran O’Malley and U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown are tied in the Democratic primary for the state’s attorney general race, according to the results of a new Goucher College poll.

The poll results released Wednesday show O’Malley, a former judge, carrying 30% of the vote, compared to 29% for Brown, Maryland’s former lieutenant governor, while more than one-third (35%) of Democratic voters remain undecided.

Most voters (70%) have yet to make up their minds in the Republican primary for the same office. The results show Michael Peroutka (17%) is in the lead, trailed by Jim Shalleck (11%). Incumbent Brian Frosh is not seeking reelection.

The poll also surveyed voters on the primary races for comptroller. It shows Brooke Lierman (28%) carrying double the support of fellow Democrat Tim Adams (14%). Republican Barry Glassman, the Harford County executive, is running unopposed.... Read More: CBS Baltimore WJZ