Maryland House Majority Leader C. William "Bill" Frick is raising money to run for Congress in 2018, anticipating fellow Democrat Rep. John Delaney may vacate one of the state's most competitive seats.
Frick said Monday that Republicans were eyeing the 6th Congressional District to flip back into their column, and that Democrats need to be ready to defend it if Delaney chooses to run for governor instead. Delaney said last week he'll make formal announcement about the governor's race in June.
"It is critical Democrats field a strong candidate in 2018," Frick said.
"In the event that Rep. Delaney chooses to take on Larry Hogan, I am preparing...