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Maryland governor's race 2010

Former Maryland governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. defeated Brian Murphy, a Republican primary challenger backed by Sarah Palin, clearing the way for a rematch in November against the Democrat who defeated him four years ago.

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Md. incumbents all win party nods
Article | Maryland Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski and the state's eight U.S. House members secured their party nominations Tuesday, according to the Associated Press, ahead of a November election likely to feature few competitive races.
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Council incumbents out in front
Article | Early returns showed commanding leads for the three Prince George's County Council members who were running in contested races in Tuesday's Democratic primary.
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Ehrlich's plan to cut Md.'s sales tax has big implications for governor's race
Article | To win his job back, former Maryland governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. promises to roll back the state's sales tax rate to where it was when he left office. That might be good for consumers, but it could cost the Maryland treasury more than $600 million a year - and Ehrlich has yet to say how he wou...
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Christine O'Donnell beats Rep. Mike Castle in Delaware Republican Senate primary
Article | Christine O'Donnell, a "tea party"-backed long-shot candidate, stunned the Republican establishment Tuesday night by defeating nine-term Rep. Michael N. Castle in Delaware's GOP Senate primary, one of the most shocking upsets in an already tumultuous primary season.

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