O’Malley to announce re-election bid with stops around the state

Governor to launch his campaign in Baltimore

April 19, 2010|By Annie Linskey, The Baltimore Sun

Gov. Martin O'Malley will launch his re-election bid a week from Tuesday with three events — one in each of the state's major democratic strongholds.

The governor starts in Baltimore at noon on April 27. Next, he'll be in Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's home territory with a speech at Prince George's County Community College. The final stop will be a "less formal" event in Rockville's Woodlea Park, said campaign manager Tom Russell.

After making those three stops, O'Malley will hold events April 28 and April 29 in Hagerstown, Frederick, Columbia, Catonsville, Annapolis, Cambridge, Aberdeen and Waldorf. Over three days, the governor expects to be in 11 counties, Russell said.

Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. announced April 7 that he wants his old job back and kicked off his campaign with events in Rockville and Baltimore County.


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