On Monday Lt. Governor Anthony Brown officially announced who his running mate will be and another candidate is said to be throwing his hat into the ring.
Brown has chosen Howard County Executive Ken Ulman to be his running mate.
The two appeared together for the official announcement Monday morning at 8:45 at the lake in Columbia.
The two will then travel to Cambridge to host a lunch at noon at the Elks Lodge #223.
After that, they'll head over to Prince George's County for a pizza party at 3:30. It'll be held at the headquarters for Brown's race for governor.
All three events are free and open to the public.
Meanwhile, Harford County Executive David Craig is expected to announce his bid to run for governor Monday morning.
That'll make him the first republican to officially throw his hat into the race.
Craig says he will make the important announcement on the front lawn of his home in Havre de Grace at 9 AM.
He then plans to make stops around Maryland for the next two days.
Republican delegate Ron George of Anne Arundel County is also planning to run. He's expected to make his formal announcement on Wednesday.
Attorney General Doug Gansler is also planning to run, he's expected to make it official sometime in the fall.
Maryland's primary is next June.
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