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Don't ignore Lollar and Timmerman [Letter]

ElectionsCharles LollarDouglas F. Gansler

I was disappointed to learn that The Baltimore Sun omitted one of the most significant Republican gubernatorial teams in the recent editorial about the sparring between Attorney General Doug Gansler and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown ("Back seat bickering," April 23).

Republican candidate Charles Lollar and his running mate Kenneth Timmerman offer a refreshing choice for all Maryland voters, and their candidacy should be given equal attention in any review of the primary contests. Unfortunately, The Sun's editorial board has either been distracted by the noisy infighting of the predominant party's contenders or purposefully chose to ignore Mr. Lollar, an experienced businessman and former Marine who has crafted a realistic and workable plan to eliminate wasteful and fraudulent spending that will increase economic viability and turn around the exit of businesses and revenue that have resulted in our current situation.

Susan M. Glover, Annapolis

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