Ehrlich ads going up on Washington TV Thursday
Former Maryland governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) will air his campaign's first television ads in the Washington region Thursday, arriving two weeks behind Gov. Martin O'Malley (D).
Ehrlich said the ad is positive in nature and acknowledged in an interview Wednesday that he's been hurt in Montgomery and Prince George's counties by O'Malley's ad presence in recent weeks.
"No doubt," Ehrlich said.
During an appearance in Baltimore County before the Greater Baltimore Economic Forum, Ehrlich attributed his slippage in recent statewide polls to O'Malley's ads -- both positive and negative -- in the Washington region.
"That gets fixed tomorrow," Ehrlich told the group.
O'Malley has been on the air since Sept. 21 in Washington market, which is significantly more expensive than the Baltimore market.
| October 6, 2010; 11:53 AM ET
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