BALTIMORE - Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler is ready to run for governor.
Gansler's campaign announced he will start his statewide tour Tuesday with events planned in Rockville, Ellicott City and Baltimore. After that, he will head to southern Maryland, followed by stops in western Maryland and on the Eastern Shore.
Gansler, who has made his intentions known for months, joins a governor’s race that already includes Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Del. Heather Mizeur on the Democratic side and Harford County Executive David Craig , Del. Ron George and businessman Charles Lollar on the Republican side.
The announcement by Gansler will come two days after Sen. Barbara Mikulski endorsed Brown in his run for the statehouse.
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