Ehrlich: 'Decision's been made' on running again
That's the latest word from former Maryland governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) on whether he is running again, as reported Friday night by WJZ, the CBS affiliate in Baltimore.
The report is the most recent on Ehrlich's long stroll toward the starting gate. He is widely expected to announce a rematch early next month against Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) -- though Ehrlich stopped short of actually saying so, according to WJZ.
April 7 is the current rumored date of Ehrlich's announcement. He told WJZ: "I can't confirm or deny any date."
Ehrlich also offered this: "People would not want to see a grudge match or that sort of school yard stuff that politics tend to evolve into. They want to hear about what you want to do, what your plans are for the future, how you can help create jobs, real jobs, sustainable jobs, high paying jobs for the future of Maryland."
March 26, 2010; 9:12 PM ET
Categories: 2010 Elections , John Wagner
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