United States Senate election in Maryland, 2010

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The dean of women in the United States Senate, Democrat Barbara Mikulski may retire. Mikulski will be 73 in November 2010. Mikulski has often been elected by large margins, which is no surprise given Maryland's traditional Democratic politics. Former Governor Robert Ehrlich, former Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele, who ran for Senate in 2006, 2004 challenger, and E. J. Pipkin. Anyone of these could be among the GOP's candidates, while Democratic Representatives John Sarbanes, Dutch Ruppersberger and Chris Van Hollen; former congressman and NAACP president Kweisi Mfume; and Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown could be some of the Democratic candidates for the seat.

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