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Wed Oct 27, 2021, 04:39 PM

2022 Maryland Democratic Ticket

US Senator- Chris Van Hollen-D
Governor- Peter Franchot-D
Lt Governor- Monique Anderson Walker-D
Attorney General- Anthony Brown-D
Comptroller- Brooke Lierman-D

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elleng Oct 2021 #1
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Wed Oct 27, 2021, 04:42 PM

1. According to whom?

Seen this?

AFSCMEMaryland and @AFSCME67 endorse Tom Perez/Maryland Govenor.


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Wed Oct 27, 2021, 07:21 PM

2. The 2022 MD Democratic ticket is likely to be a diverse ticket.

US Senator- Chris Van Hollen-D/White Male
Governor- Tom Perez-D/Hispanic Male
Lt Governor- Tom Perez’s Lt Governor running mate will need to be a black female.
President Pro Tempore of the MD Senate- Melony Griffith-D
Speaker Pro Tempore of the MD House of Delegates- Sheree Sample-Hughes-D

Attorney General- Anthony Brown-D/Black Male
Comptroller- Brooke Lierman-D/White Female

The Democratic nominee for Governor is either going to be Tom Perez or Peter Franchot.

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Wed Oct 27, 2021, 07:26 PM

3. Thanks. LOTS showing their faces.

Democratic Comptroller Peter Franchot of Montgomery County was the early bird, announcing in January 2020 that he wanted the state’s top elected post.

Former Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III said in April that he will again seek the Democratic nomination for governor. He finished second in the 2018 primary.

Jon Baron of Montgomery County, who works in public policy with a philanthropic organization, launched a campaign in June.

Democrat Ashwani Jain of Montgomery County, who held several positions in the Obama White House, announced a run in January.

Republican Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz, who lives in Frederick County, launched a campaign in April, talking about her plans in a video posted on her campaign website.

Perennial Republican candidate Robin Ficker of Montgomery County said as early as 2020 that he would run.

Former U.S. Education Secretary John B. King of Montgomery County, a Democrat, describes himself as a “progressive problem solver.” King launched his campaign in April.

Former U.S. Labor Secretary Tom Perez of Montgomery County, who is also the former chair of the Democratic National Committee, announced his candidacy in June, contending he’d bring political experience and a “bold, progressive vision.”

Mike Rosenbaum, who founded two tech companies in Baltimore, launched his campaign on the Democratic side in May.

Former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler of Montgomery County announced in May his intentions to again run for governor as an experienced politician able to pass progressive policies. He unsuccessfully ran for the nomination in 2014.

Author Wes Moore of Baltimore, who earlier this year stepped down from a nonprofit organization that fights poverty, formally announced his candidacy in June.

Republican state delegate and Donald Trump supporter Dan Cox of Frederick County announced his campaign on Independence Day.


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