Steele's Still Interested
Former Republican lieutenant govenor Michael Steele, an unsuccessful Senate candidate in 2006, is making no secret of his continued political ambitions.
"I'd like to be governor of Maryland someday, if the people will have me," he said last night on News Channel 8's NewsTalk show. "It would be a nice tough fight because Maryland's a tough state. They don't give us Republicans a lot of love."
Steele also said he would look at another Senate race.
Asked if he was interested in running this year in the heavily Democratic Fourth Congressional District, which includes parts of Prince George's and Montgomery counties, he noted that it was too late to get into the race, and added, "I'm going to be busy getting John McCain elected."
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