Morning Notes

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Mizeur Says She Can Win Gubernatorial Nomination — Most don’t think Takoma Park state delegate Heather Mizeur has a chance to beat Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown or Attorney General Doug Gansler for next June’s Democratic gubernatorial nomination. But Mizeur, who would be the first openly gay governor in the country, says she sees a path to victory. If she loses, Mizeur said she doesn’t plan on running for political office again. [Washington Post]

Big Train Beats Rockville To Keep Season Going — Bethesda’s college summer baseball team will play at least one more playoff game tonight at Shirley Povich Field in Cabin John Regional Park. The Big Train beat Rockville 8-0 on Thursday in a Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League elimination game. [Bethesda Big Train]

White Flint Post Office Officially On The Move — A 30-day commenting period has officially started on the White Flint Mall post office’s move. USPS officials are looking for new retail post office locations in the area. [Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center]

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