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Ehrlich to focus on fundraising, not cheerleading, for GOP candidates this fall

August 9, 2022

When Maryland Republican Party chair Dirk Haire and Rep. Andy Harris approached Bob Ehrlich about leading the GOP’s “2022 Victory campaign,” the former governor said he would be happy to do it. The party announced Ehrlich’s new role in a media release in which Haire called for Republicans to come together following the July 19 primary. “Now that we have nominees, we look forward to a spirited and unified front as our candidates fight for freedom and limited, efficient government in Maryland,” Haire said. “The Party looks forward to supporting all of our nominees up and down the ballot, just as the Party supported all of our nominees in all previous cycles.”

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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