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Miller Offers Graphic Retirement Scenario

Maryland Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., who has presided over his chamber for more than two decades, hedged yesterday when asked whether he still plans to retire in 2010.

Miller (D-Calvert) said during a lunch meeting with Washington Post editors and reporters that he is being urged by some constituents to seek another term. Then again, Miller said, it would be nice to go out "at the top of my game."

And what might that look like? "It'd be nice if I died of a heart attack presiding over the Senate," Miller joked.

Or at least we think he was joking.

By John Wagner  |  May 1, 2007; 11:10 AM ET
Categories:  John Wagner  
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