Former Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) turned up unannounced at a meet-and-greet event in Baltimore last week for Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker (D), who is running for governor in 2018. Dressed casually in jeans and an open-neck shirt and dripping wet from the rainstorm outside, O’Malley hugged Baker and showered him with praise, ticking off a list of weighty agenda items on which the two had collaborated.
Gov. Larry Hogan (R) plans to name the Intercounty Connector highway after former Gov. Bob Ehrlich (R) on Thursday, Ehrlich confirmed to Maryland Matters late Wednesday afternoon. “Obviously, it’s a very nice gesture,” Ehrlich said. “I really appreciate it. It takes you back to a lot of battles.”Ehrlich revived the long-debated highway linking Interstate 270 in Gaithersburg to U.S. 1 in Laurel after his predecessor, former Gov. Parris Glendening (D), killed the project in 1999.
Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has parted company with his short-tenured campaign manager, Ryan Reynolds. Multiple sources told Maryland Matters that Reynolds, who previously worked for Hogan’s pollster, WPA Intelligence, was abrasive and did not mesh with other campaign staffers and people in the governor’s broader political circle.
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Selecting a term
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