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January 10, 2010
Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. on Saturday urged Marylanders to join a conservative, free-market group in protesting what the organization calls " Gov. Martin O'Malley's fiscal mismanagement" during a march Wednesday in Annapolis, the opening day of this year's General Assembly session. Ehrlich, who is considering another run for governor, used the Saturday morning WBAL radio program he hosts with his wife, Kendel, to promote the march, which is sponsored by the Maryland chapter of Americans for Prosperity.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2010
Maryland wasn't really a serious contender for the Northrop Grumman headquarters that is moving to Virginia instead, said Republican gubernatorial hopeful Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. during a stop at a Columbia auto accessory business hit hard by the recession. "This is not a regional deal, this is a Maryland deal," said Ehrlich at E and G Classics, referring to O'Malley's message welcoming the west coast headquarters to the region. "According to sources widely reported, Maryland was never in the game, we were just used for leverage.
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April 19, 2010
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 G. 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.
NEWS
April 19, 2010
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 G. 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.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2010
Maryland wasn't really a serious contender for the Northrop Grumman headquarters that is moving to Virginia instead, said Republican gubernatorial hopeful Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. during a stop at a Columbia auto accessory business hit hard by the recession. "This is not a regional deal, this is a Maryland deal," said Ehrlich at E and G Classics, referring to O'Malley's message welcoming the west coast headquarters to the region. "According to sources widely reported, Maryland was never in the game, we were just used for leverage.
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,annie.linskey@baltsun.com | January 15, 2010
Gov. Martin O'Malley pulled in $4.78 million in campaign donations during the past year, giving the incumbent governor $5.72 million available to date for his re-election effort, according to figures released Thursday by the campaign. "We feel like it is a good strong number," said O'Malley campaign manager Tom Russell. "It puts us in a strong place for the election year." State law prohibits the governor from raising money for the next three months, while the General Assembly is in session.
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By Larry Carson and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 11, 2010
Although former Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is still officially pondering a race for his old office, Gov. Martin O'Malley is eager for the battle he thinks is coming, according to the governor's campaign manager, Tom Russell. Russell had harsh words for the former governor, a Republican, but was also frank about the problems Democrats face in the heated national political atmosphere this year. He spoke to about 30 members of the Columbia Democratic Club in a small community center meeting room in the planned town Wednesday night.
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By Larry Carson | larry.carson@baltsun.com | March 12, 2010
Although former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has yet to officially enter the race for his old office, Gov. Martin O'Malley is eager to take him on, according to the governor's campaign manager, Tom Russell. Russell, a longtime Democratic campaigner, said the current heated political conditions can't help but entice Ehrlich into a rematch against O'Malley. " Maryland is a Democratic state, but this is one heck of a Republican year," Russell said. "Right now, incumbents are suffering, and Democrats are suffering."
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By Annie Linskey, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2010
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.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Baltimore Sun reporter | August 13, 2010
Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. released his hotly anticipated campaign fundraising numbers this morning. The Republican says he has raised $3.2 million -- about the same as his chief opponent, Gov. Martin O'Malley. O'Malley, a Democrat who began the year with $5.7 million to Ehrlich's $140,000, now has $6.7 million cash on hand, his campaign reports. Ehrlich reported this morning that he has "in excess of" $2 million in the bank. Ehrlich said he exceeded his money-raising expectations and noted that he'd pullled in cash from more than 13,000 individual donors, 96 percent of whom live in Maryland.
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By Larry Carson | larry.carson@baltsun.com | March 12, 2010
Although former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has yet to officially enter the race for his old office, Gov. Martin O'Malley is eager to take him on, according to the governor's campaign manager, Tom Russell. Russell, a longtime Democratic campaigner, said the current heated political conditions can't help but entice Ehrlich into a rematch against O'Malley. " Maryland is a Democratic state, but this is one heck of a Republican year," Russell said. "Right now, incumbents are suffering, and Democrats are suffering."
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By Larry Carson and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 11, 2010
Although former Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is still officially pondering a race for his old office, Gov. Martin O'Malley is eager for the battle he thinks is coming, according to the governor's campaign manager, Tom Russell. Russell had harsh words for the former governor, a Republican, but was also frank about the problems Democrats face in the heated national political atmosphere this year. He spoke to about 30 members of the Columbia Democratic Club in a small community center meeting room in the planned town Wednesday night.
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By Annie Linskey and Annie Linskey,annie.linskey@baltsun.com | January 15, 2010
Gov. Martin O'Malley pulled in $4.78 million in campaign donations during the past year, giving the incumbent governor $5.72 million available to date for his re-election effort, according to figures released Thursday by the campaign. "We feel like it is a good strong number," said O'Malley campaign manager Tom Russell. "It puts us in a strong place for the election year." State law prohibits the governor from raising money for the next three months, while the General Assembly is in session.
NEWS
January 10, 2010
Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. on Saturday urged Marylanders to join a conservative, free-market group in protesting what the organization calls " Gov. Martin O'Malley's fiscal mismanagement" during a march Wednesday in Annapolis, the opening day of this year's General Assembly session. Ehrlich, who is considering another run for governor, used the Saturday morning WBAL radio program he hosts with his wife, Kendel, to promote the march, which is sponsored by the Maryland chapter of Americans for Prosperity.
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