During debate, Moore accuses Franchot of pay-to-play politics

There's a war of words following the Maryland Democratic Primary governor's race debate. During Monday's WBAL-TV/Maryland Public Television debate, Wes Moore broadsided Peter Franchot with allegations that, as a member of the state Board of Public Works, Franchot awards contracts to entities that contribute to his campaign. It's a bombshell of an accusation that Franchot says isn't true, saying he considers it a desperate move to try to catch him in the polls. The Moore campaign is backing up its claim with documents.