(Per a Baltimore Sun blog post [motto: above the low-bar of respectability]): After Delegate Don Dwyer suggested AG Gansler should be impeached for his position paper on gay marriage, one of his challengers Justin Towles got himself some slinging-mud and said Dwyer was "unstatesmen-like" and "radical." In the third comment on that post (gotta love this "information age") Delegate Dwyer appears to challenge Towles to a debate.
All of this over a position paper! You will be hard pressed to find someone whose life has in any way been affected by an Attorney General's position paper. It has little more precedential relevance than an article in the Harvard Law Review.
Now, before any one gets their nose bloodied, why don't we focus on the budget and save the "I know you are, but what am I"s for the campaign.