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Maryland Political Picture for 2014 Already Beginning to Sort Out

December 11, 2012


The 2012 Presidential Election is over and the “fiscal cliff” looms, but the chatter on Maryland political blogs has turned to the 2014 midterm gubernatorial elections. I received an email from Peter Franchot today, announcing that he’s decided to forgo a campaign for governor and run instead for re-election as comptroller. Many politicians play it […]

Bob Ehrlich And Martin O’Malley In Maryland

October 20, 2010


Republican prospects for making significant gains in true-blue Maryland this election year are slip slidin’ away, to borrow a Paul Simon phrase. The reason is hiding in plain sight. At left, EHRLICH. Period. At right below, O’MALLEY-BROWN. Begging the question, EHRLICH and WHO? Does Bob Ehrlich have a running mate? If so, WHO might that be? […]

O'Malley-Brown Campaign Begins This Week

April 26, 2010


Gov. Martin O’Malley and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown launch their 2010 re-election campaign at lunchtime Tuesday in Baltimore, then follow up with a whirlwind three-day tour of Maryland. The tour includes stops in Largo, Rockville, Waldorf, Hagerstown, Frederick, Columbia, Cambridge, Aberdeen, Catonsville and Annapolis.  Full details on scheduled tour stops are at the O’Malley-Brown campaign […]

Democratic Primary? Martin O’Malley Wins Big

May 8, 2009


The Baltimore Sun is reporting rumors that Gov. Martin O’Malley might face a challenge in the Democratic primary election in 2010. Well, it’s a free country, and there’s always the possibility that one or more ego-trippers will run for anything. But the all-star ticket of Gov. Martin O’Malley, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, and Sen. Barbara […]