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Maryland gubernatorial election, 2006

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  1. 1. Who do you think should be governor?

    • O'Malley (D)
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    • Ehrlich (R)
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No politicking here - but just a friendly reminder. :D

As I write this it is only a few hours until the polls open for Maryland's Primary Elections on Tuesday, September 12th. Please take time out from whatever you may be doing and go to the polls to cast your ballot.

(Spoken as a former social studies teacher...)

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Survey USA September 20, 2006 O'Malley 51% Ehrlich 44%

Rasmussen September 20, 2006 O'Malley 49% Ehrlich 42%

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O'Malley seems like a good guy, good looking and very charismatic. I would not be surprised to see him running for president in the future... Assuming he wins this whole governor thing

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O'Malley seems like a good guy, good looking and very charismatic. I would not be surprised to see him running for president in the future... Assuming he wins this whole governor thing

Read this it was in 2004

O'Malley's aspirations take flight in Boston

July 30, 2004

Steven T. Dennis

Staff Writer

BOSTON -- He hasn't even become governor yet, but the buzz about Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley's future presidential ambitions grew louder this week as he received the rising star treatment at the Democratic National Convention.

While his trajectory has not quite been in the league of Barack Obama, Illinois' soon-to-be U.S. senator, O'Malley has been the subject of intense media interest this week and delivered a speech about homeland security on Wednesday night. While his seven-minute speech was eschewed by cable networks, it gave him an opportunity to shine in front of national Democrats.

http://gazette.net/gazette_archive/2004/20...n/228926-1.html

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http://wjz.com/topstories/local_story_279143819.html

Poll: O'Malley And Cardin Stretching Their Leads

(WJZ) The latest polls show the distance between the candidates in the Gubernatorial and Senate races widening.

In the race for Maryland's governor, 53 percent of Marylanders chose Mayor Martin O'Malley while 41 percent chose Governor Robert Ehrlich. Five percent of those polled were undecided.

USA TODAY/Gallup October 6, 2006 O'Malley 53% Ehrlich 41%

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Firings under Ehrlich violated rights and Md. law, panel says

Moves were motivated by politics, legislative committee finds

By Jennifer Skalka

Sun reporter

Originally published October 10, 2006

A legislative committee investigating the Ehrlich administration's personnel practices has concluded that workers were fired "based on political considerations in violation of constitutional rights and state law," and it is recommending stronger protections for state employees, according to a draft report provided yesterday to reporters.

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/local/bal...local-headlines

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Firefighters Endorse O'Malley & Brown

Today, Martin O'Malley and Anthony Brown received the endorsement of the International Association of Fire Fighters. This marks the third endorsement that O'Malley and Brown have received from a statewide group of first responders, and yet another group who believes that Martin and Anthony have the skills to move Maryland forward.

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No politicking here - but just another friendly reminder. :D

As I write this it is only a few hours until the polls close. If you have not yet voted, please take time out from whatever you may be doing and go to the polls to cast your ballot.

(Again, spoken as a former social studies teacher...)

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The state of maryland has a good Governor now.

:yahoo: O'Malley :yahoo:

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The state of maryland has a good Governor now.

:yahoo: O'Malley :yahoo:

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