Gov. William Donald Schaefer won't discuss the possibility but also is not discouraging the notion that he might "do a McKeldin" -- run for mayor of Baltimore in 1995 after his second and last term as governor ends. He will be 73 then. Only one person has been mayor, then governor, then mayor again -- the late Theodore R. McKeldin. This scenario apparently presumes that Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke will have moved on to another office by then. "Why not?" a longtime Schaefer supporter said of the possible return of the former mayor.
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