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Maryland Governor's Race - 1998

Among the Democrats expected to challenge Gov. Parris N. Glendening (D) in the primary are Harford County Executive Eileen M. Rehrmann and former Redskin Ray Schoenke. Republicans Charles I. Ecker and Ellen R. Sauerbrey are also making a bid for the seat. Ecker is the Howard County executive, Sauerbrey is the former minority leader of the Maryland House of Delegates.

Overview Stories
Browns-Less Cleveland Backs Anyone but GlendeningMay 19, 1998
Md. Governor's Race IntensifiesApril 20, 1998
Glendening's Numbers Improve in New Poll (AP)April 8, 1998
Governor's Race Close, Poll Says (AP)Jan. 21, 1998

Gov. Parris N. Glendening
Man Who Helped Elect Glendening Working to Oust HimApril 27, 1998
In Md., Rumblings About Glendening's TruthfulnessApril 26, 1998
Schmoke Says He'll Back Gambling, Not GlendeningApril 22, 1998
Glendening's Rivals Look for Links to YoungFeb. 7, 1998
Glendening's Connections Fray in BaltimoreJan. 29, 1998
Battle for Reelection Likely, Despite BoomJan. 21, 1998
Glendening Hitting Stride As Opponents PrepareJan. 1, 1998
State-Paid Airtime Gives Political Lift to GlendeningDec. 16, 1997

Charles I. Ecker
Howard County's Ecker Joins Md. Governor's RaceOct. 30, 1997
Ecker a Nice Guy Who Says He Won't Finish LastSept. 8, 1997

Eileen M. Rehrmann
Schmoke Dumps Glendening for RehrmannApril 18, 1998
Md. Democrat Poised for a Big BreakApril 13, 1998

Ellen R. Sauerbrey
Sauerbrey's Running Start on Race for GovernorSept. 8, 1997
In New Bid To Be Md. Governor, Sauerbrey Stresses Schools, CrimeMay 21, 1997

Ray Schoenke
Ex-Redskin Announces Run for GovernorJan. 21, 1998
Against Long Odds, Ex-Redskin Is Ready to Challenge GlendeningJan. 19, 1998

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