Robert Ehrlich on the Troubles of Maryland’s Health Exchange
Robert Ehrlich, former governor of Maryland, chatted with NRO about his new book, the troubles of the health insurance exchange in his home state, and whether he’ll run for office again.
It’s usually dangerous when an incumbent lawmaker sees the world differently than his constituents, but I figure the most damaging manifestation of this occurs when a politician insists that his constituents are doing fine and the constituents believe they …
The Primaries Are Almost… Almost… Over.
Tomorrow is the last big primary day of 2010. Going through the states…
Delaware: Besides the high-profile GOP Senate primary fight, there’s the fight for the Republican nomination to the state’s lone house seat. Three Republicans are competing: Rose …
In Maryland, Ehrlich Tied With O’Malley Among Those Certain to Vote
The Washington Post polls registered voters in Maryland, and finds incumbent Democratic governor Martin O’Malley ahead of former governor Robert Ehrlich, 49 percent to 41 percent.
While I think Ehrlich has an uphill climb, this is a fairly encouraging poll for …
Obama’s Making a Campaign Stop In… Maryland? Really?
In a few hours, the Washington Post will release a new poll on Maryland’s governor’s race, which has seemed like a pretty close contest between Democrat incumbent Martin O’Malley and Republican former governor Bob Ehrlich. But there’…
It’s Officially Ehrlich vs. O’Malley in Maryland.
The night’s second, not terribly surprising winner: Bob Ehrlich as the GOP nominee to be governor of Maryland.
In my e-mailbox:
The Republican Governors Association congratulated Bob Ehrlich today on his primary victory. “Maryland voters know the difference Bob …
Somebody Gets Lost While Trying to Pursue Magellan
Over on Twitter, a contributor to Daily Kos, Steve Lebowitz, contends that the sense that Bob Ehrlich may be pulling ahead of incumbent Democrat Martin O’Malley reflects the “Ehrlich theme team ploy.” His argument can be read in depth …
Can Robert Ehrlich Win Again?
Robert Ehrlich’s bid to return to the governor’s mansion in Maryland is one of those races that look particularly tough to assess.
Few GOP wins in 2002 were less expected that Ehrlich’s win in the Free State; in …