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Now It's Your Turn: What's Wayne Curry up to?

John Wagner

Rumors about Wayne K. Curry running for governor heated up with last week's campaign-style tribute to the former Prince George's county executive. Is Curry getting ready to run? Should he?

Tell us what you think by posting your comments below.

Last week we asked you what the results of the Massachusetts Senate race might mean for Maryland.

We got broad range of responses on our Facebook page as well as our blog.

Here's a sampling:

Ajay Gupta: If Coakly's 30 point lead wasn't enough with a 3-1 voter registration in favor of democrats, Governor O'Malley's 9 point lead cannot be considered safe against Ehrlich with MD's 2-1 voter registration in favor of democrats - especially when those same polls show a higher likeability factor for Ehrlich & the fact that Governor O'Malley has to trim another $1 billion from our budget. This is going to be a tough campaign.

Christian Rougeau: if MA can elect a REP for US Senator, and the Dems can make a black man President of the US, then it shows you that at root, anything is possible in American Politics, and nothing is a given. Throw away all old assumptions and notions. The Conventional wisdom isn't wisdom and the REAL wisdom isn't conventional.

VikingRider: I think the MA election should have no bearing on Md. Coakley was a lousy campaigner, and Brown rode the wave or health care reform discontent. Nobody campaigns like our IrishBoy and Ehrlich has nothing new to offer for the state. The Md GOP has done nothing but whine and has failed miserably to be a credible oppostion with real alternatives.

By John Wagner  |  January 25, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  John Wagner , Your Turn  
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