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Two Former AGs Joining Gansler at Fundrasier

John Wagner

More from the fundraising front: Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler (D) has an event planned next month that underscores his strength among the political and legal establishment heading into an election year.

Gansler's "special guests" at an Oct. 15 event in Owings Mills include his two predecessors in the AG's office -- J. Joseph Curran Jr. and Stephen H. Sachs -- as well as Stuart O. Simms, who lost to Gansler in the 2006 Democratic primary.

Other special guests at the event are Joseph D. Tydings, a former U.S. senator from Maryland, and Theodore Venetoulis, a former Baltimore County executive.

The fundraiser is one of two Gansler has planned in October. He is also holding an Oct. 1 event at a private residence in Potomac.

By John Wagner  |  September 25, 2009; 2:11 PM ET
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And where does Mr. Gansler stand on a child's right to a free public education in Maryland? Apparently he is opposed to this Maryland Constitution provision as he continues to permit Montgomery County Public Schools to charge students to attend public school classes.

Mr. Gansler was alerted to this violation over a year and a half ago.

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