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O'Malley: The Governor, The Sandwich

While in Gaithersburg, which is Maryland's "capital for a day," Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) will be greeted with a new sandwich bearing his name.

O'Malley, a Montgomery County native, is scheduled to eat lunch at Roy's Place, a mainstay for 50 years with more than 200 specialty sandwiches. Today, #213 is scheduled to be officially unveiled. It features roast beef, melted horseradish cheddar cheese, grilled and sliced porabello mushrooms, onions, tomatoes and crushed cherry peppers.

The name of the sandwich: O'Malley's Crusade (From Lead Guitarist to Leader of the State. What a Ride...)

By Anne Bartlett  |  November 6, 2008; 11:05 AM ET
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