Tag: Bob Flanagan

In Republican race for governor, Lollar shows fire, and Craig needs some spark

Two faces of the Maryland Republican Party appeared just a few miles and a few hours apart in Ellicott City last week. On Wednesday afternoon, Charles Lollar was dishing out his energetic, nonpartisan outreach to several dozen enthusiastic supporters. Three hours later, a group of mostly older establishment Republicans gathered to hear Bob Flanagan announce a run for delegate. Barely noticed in the small crowd was Harford County Executive David Craig, the GOP candidate for candidate for governor with the most solid experience and the least pizzazz.

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Massive turnover in legislature expected, with Howard County a prime example

Massive turnover in the legislature is expected in the 2014 election, with at least a third of the 188 Maryland General Assembly seats changing. Nowhere is the upheaval more dramatic than in Howard County, where two-thirds of its seats are up for grabs: two of three Senate seats and six of nine delegate seats.
These changes have already led to the announcement or filing of more candidates for Howard County legislative districts by non-incumbents than any other area in the state.

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Ehrlich appointees consider getting back in the game

Former Transportation Secretary Bob Flanagan, a vocal critic of Democrats when he was House Minority Leader, is weighing a race for County Council, as is Ehrlich’s Homeland Security Director Dennis Schrader. Trent Kittleman, who led the Maryland Transportation Authority and was Flanagan’s deputy secretary, said she is “exploring” a run for Howard County Executive. All are Republicans.

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