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Political analysts seem to agree that the 2006 gubernatorial race will be won or lost in Baltimore County, but incumbent Bob Ehrlich showed yesterday that he's not taking the D.C. suburbs for granted, with a trip along the proposed Intercounty Connector corridor, promoting the highway that will ease traffic between Montgomery and P.G. counties and/or hurt the environment, destroy dozens of homes and businesses, and depress property values.

More stories on Ehrlich's DC suburbs trip: the Post and The Washington Times (which leads with the governor sharing the podium with Martin O'Malley's likely primary opponent, Mont Co Exec Doug Duncan).

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