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Brown, Shalleck want to pursue new roles for Md.’s top lawyer

March 2, 2022

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh’s announcement last fall that he would not seek reelection sent shockwaves through political circles and launched widespread speculation about who would seek to replace him as the state’s chief legal officer. Only one candidate, Republican Jim Shalleck, had already declared his intention to run at the time. A wider field of candidates has coalesced since Frosh’s announcement in October. U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown quickly said that he would depart Congress after his third term in order to run for attorney general.

Article Source: The Daily Record

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