2006 Maryland Comptroller Race
Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley (D) ousted Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) in a close race and U.S. Rep. Benjamin L. Cardin (D) defeated Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele (R) in the race to represent Maryland in the U.S. Senate.
MARYLAND: Cardin, O'Malley Claim Victory as Tally Trickles In (Post, November 8, 2006, Page A01)
Montgomery Democrats Gansler, Franchot Win: 2 Could Strengthen Washington Suburbs' Influence in Annapolis (Post, November 8, 2006, Page A40)
A Ballot Packed With Prime Posts: Republicans Put Gains on the Line (Post, November 2, 2006, Page T01)
COMPTROLLER'S RACE: With Sights on First Statewide Role, Franchot Isn't Taking Any Chances (Post, October 18, 2006, Page B06)
COMPTROLLER RACE: Md. Academic Revels in Risk-Taking (Post, October 17, 2006, Page B06)
Ehrlich Reaches Out to Blacks in Ad Jabbing at O'Malley (Post, September 28, 2006, Page B02)
From Mfume, Support for a Friend and a Friendly Warning (Post, September 28, 2006, Page B05)
A New Day for Democrats: D.C. Suburbs Assert Themselves in Party Primaries (Post, September 14, 2006, Page A01)
Decades of Service May End With Primary: Incumbent Schaefer's Loss Attributed to His Candor (Post, September 14, 2006, Page A23)
Schaefer Is Trailing In Comptroller's Race: Gansler Wins Primary for Attorney General (Post, September 13, 2006, Page A19)
Poll Hours Extended for Md. Voters (Post, September 12, 2006; 10:38 PM)
A Scramble to Replace the Old Guard: Rare Open Seats And a Big Field Are Producing A Robust Election (Post, August 31, 2006, Page T03)

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