Ex-delegate to run for county executive in Prince George's

April 29, 2000

Former Del. C. Anthony Muse will announce today plans to jump into the increasingly crowded race for Prince George's County executive in 2002.

Muse, a Democrat, said yesterday that he will form an exploratory committee and begin raising funds for a campaign to succeed current executive Wayne K. Curry. He said the chances he will run are "about 98 percent."

Muse, elected in 1994, lost a primary challenge to state Sen. Gloria G. Lawlah in 1998 by about 200 votes out of 12,000.

He joins Democratic candidates who include Del. Rushern L. Baker III, State's Attorney Jack B. Johnson and Councilman M. H. "Jim" Estepp.

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