Ed Gillespie: GOP's Bob Ehrlich Could Reclaim Md. Gov

Saturday, 04 Sep 2010 06:28 AM

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Although Bob Ehrlich must get past the Sarah-Palin-backed candidate to exact revenge against Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley for unseating him four years ago, GOP strategist Ed Gillespie expects him to do so. However, he cautions that the GOP establishment candidate can’t take Brian Murphy for granted in the Sept. 14 primary. If Ehrlich campaigns hard, Gillespie tells Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview, he not only will beat the little-known, 33-year-old Murphy but also could force O’Malley out of the governor’s mansion.



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