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Ehrlich May Challenge Mikulski

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By Stephanie Kaye

One of Maryland's former governors is thinking about running for U.S. Senate. Robert Ehrlich says thoughts about running for the Senate are "in the mix" as he weighs his options for running for office.

Ehrlich spoke to a group of small business owners in Pikesville today. He says supporters are urging him to run against U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski in November.

Ehrlich was rumored to be considering a challenge to Governor Martin O'Malley. It's unclear when Ehrlich will announce definitive plans.


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