ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich says he isn’t running for president, and he has no plans to run for U.S. Senate, either.
Ehrlich, a Republican, had made several trips to the early nominating state of New Hampshire, but he said Monday in a telephone interview that he hasn’t been thinking about entering the crowded GOP presidential primary for some time.READ MORE: Firefighters Battle Two-Alarm Fire Amid Thunderstorm In Baltimore's Riverside Neighborhood
He plans to focus on keeping active through a political action committee. The super PAC is called Turning Point America. Ehrlich, the honorary PAC chairman, says he believes it’s a way for him to promote his platform nationally.READ MORE: Fourth Of July Fireworks Return To Baltimore's Inner Harbor
A rarely open Maryland Senate seat has sparked conjecture about who may seek to replace retiring Democratic Sen. Barbara Mikulski, but Ehrlich says he’s not thinking about running for Senate now.MORE NEWS: Maryland Comptroller Franchot Tests Positive For COVID-19
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