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Giuliani Headlines Ehrlich Rally In Clarksburg, Md.

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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks at a rally for former Gov. Bob Ehrlich on Sunday, supporting Ehrlich's candidacy for Maryland governor.
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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks at a rally for former Gov. Bob Ehrlich on Sunday, supporting Ehrlich's candidacy for Maryland governor.

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is throwing his support behind former Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich in headlining the candidate's largest statewide rally of the season in Clarksburg, Md.

Giuliani told a crowd that gathered at High Point Farm Sunday, that Ehrlich will support businesses if elected, and would create new jobs in Maryland. He went on to talk about Ehrlich's previous role in office.

"All the things he was doing right, O'Malley has reversed: balancing the budget, creating surpluses, creating rainy day funds helping to bring jobs to Maryland. He's reversed all that," Giuliani says.

Giuliani says current polls show that O'Malley is ahead because pollsters aren't counting some Democrats and Independents, he believes, will end up voting for Ehrlich this year.

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