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NEWBURG, Md. (AP) Authorities are searching for a Virginia boater who went missing after a boat sank in the Potomac River. Officials say 36-year-old Daniel Ray Meyers of King George has not been found and is presumed drowned after last night's incident.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) Republican Robert Ehrlich plans to announce his running mate in the race for Maryland governor on Facebook. Ehrlich says he will make the announcement tonight. Andy Barth, an Ehrlich campaign spokesman, declined to say today who will be chosen.

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