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Johnson Now On Board For O'Malley Re-Election

Back in early September, when Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) released a list of more than 300 early supporters of his re-election, there was a notable omission: Prince George's County Executive Jack B. Johnson (D).

That box has now been checked.

This morning, O'Malley's campaign released an Oct. 7 letter from Johnson saying: "I am committed to working with you to secure your re-election and ensuring the continuation of our progress."

Johnson notes that O'Malley has presided over some difficult fiscal times and says, "Your leadership has been a vital part in stablizing our local economies to ensure the greatest chance of success."

By John Wagner  |  October 12, 2009; 10:50 AM ET
Categories:  Governor , John Wagner , Prince George's County  
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Laugh my tail off and Thank you Jackie JOhnson for being acute of the voters..they do not like you now.

Posted by: foxxmacpryor | October 12, 2009 11:35 AM | Report abuse

Please, Jack Johnson as Governor of the State of Maryland. Can you imagine the whole State as out of controll as PG County?

Jack is not Governor material, in fact he should crawl back into the whole that he came out of when his term is completed as County Executive of PG County.

Posted by: Special_One40 | October 12, 2009 12:40 PM | Report abuse

Special_One40 - LEarn your history. Glendenning was a PG COunty Executive as well....

But yeah...Jack Johnson sucks...

Posted by: 4thFloor | October 12, 2009 2:18 PM | Report abuse

Useless Jack must be brown nosing for a job. WHere is the idiot going to go after this? Maybe Milton Peterson will hire him and Donna Edwards when she loses.

Posted by: gwilson2 | October 14, 2009 3:21 PM | Report abuse

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