Columbia, md.: You received the Washington Post, Gazette, The Capital, Easton Star Democrat, Herald-Mail, and I'm sure other newspaper endorsements. What do you think that says about your candidacy?I can attest to this "One Maryland" strategy. My wife and I have lived in Prince George's County, Montgomery County and now Frederick County in Maryland. Governor Ehrlich has spent a great deal of time traveling the state, and no one, not even his most ardent opponents could classify Ehrlich as an "Annapolis" governor and I think that has translated to substantial support across the state. His numerous visits across the state address not only state concerns, but local concerns as well. Maryland, geographically, is not a large state does have some regional variation of interests and Ehrlich has done will to accomodate and addresses those regional issues.
Robert Ehrlich: Columbia - You're keeping good score, but don't forget the Baltimore Examiner, Towson Times, Howard County Times, Laurel Leader, and others.
I am honored and humbled by the endorsements, particularly because these newspapers represent every region of Maryland. I have worked very hard to promote a "One Maryland" strategy as Governor so that every corner in the State enjoys better schools, safer neighborhoods and roads, expanded access to health care, and better job opportunities. The volume of endorsments shows we keep our commitments.
Thursday, November 02, 2006
Washington Post Online Discussion with Bob Ehrlich
The Washington Post hosted an online discussion with Maryland Governor Bob Ehrlich today. The transcript can be found here. This is one question that I liked: