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Michael Steele

Michael Steele
Michael Steele is the former lieutenant governor of Maryland under Gov. Robert Ehrlich. Steele became lieutenant governor in 2003 and served until 2007 when Gov. Martin O'Malley was elected. Steele ran for the U.S. Senate in 2006 for a seat being vacated by Paul Sarbanes, but lost to Ben Cardin. Steele was a candidate for chair of the Republican National Committee in 2009.
Michael Steele is the former lieutenant governor of Maryland under Gov. Robert Ehrlich. Steele became lieutenant governor in 2003 and served until 2007 when Gov. Martin O'Malley was elected. Steele ran for the U.S. Senate in 2006 for a seat being vacated by Paul Sarbanes, but lost to Ben Cardin. Steele was a candidate for chair of the Republican National Committee in 2009. « Show less

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  • Ehrlich declares himself, first lady out of Senate race

    Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. said yesterday that neither he nor first lady Kendel S. Ehrlich intends to run for the seat being vacated by Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes, but he held out the possibility that Lt. Gov. Michael Steele could become the GOP's most...
  • Ehrlich reaches out to blacks with fund-raiser at nightclub

    In an effort to broaden his appeal in the black community, Republican gubernatorial hopeful Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. staged a fund-raiser and rally last night at a downtown Baltimore nightclub in an attempt to win over traditionally Democratic voters....
  • Bromwell watch begins to wane

    LONG CONSIDERED the most formidable potential candidate for Baltimore County executive in 2002, state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell now seems inclined to seek re-election. The senator once said he was "leaning" toward trying to succeed County Executive C.A....
  • Right Stuff: One week later

    The primary election was held one week ago today, and by now, most people know the results: Steve Schuh won 55 percent of the vote to Laura Neuman's 45 percent. Schuh will face Democrat George Johnson in the general election. And at the risk of straining...
  • Tea party hangs on to seat at the kids' table

    The tea party, joined by right-wing populists who just don't want to take it anymore, took out House Majority Leader Eric Cantor last week, and they didn't even get a lousy T-shirt for their trouble. Before you could say "Beltway," the third-ranking...
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