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[MD Del Anthony Brown] Back from Iraq, possibilities beckon
|Last Edited||ArmyDem Aug 25, 2005 06:45pm|
|Media||Newspaper - Baltimore Sun|
|News Date||Friday, August 26, 2005 12:00:00 AM UTC0:0|
|Description||Future: After a nine-month stint overseas, Del. Anthony G. Brown is being courted for several prominent offices |
By Jennifer Skalka
Originally published August 25, 2005
It isn't as if Del. Anthony G. Brown lacks the pedigree. The Prince George's County Democrat almost never appears in print without "Harvard Law School graduate" or "House majority whip" or his limitless potential mentioned somewhere in the story.
But having just returned from a nine-month stint in Iraq, where he served as a senior consultant to the Iraqi Transitional Government's Ministry of Displacement and Migration, Brown's star is suddenly and most certainly on the rise.
His name is being floated for and he is considering a number of prominent offices -- U.S. senator, lieutenant governor, state attorney general and comptroller.
His Democratic colleagues in the General Assembly plan to toast his return with a "Welcome back from Iraq" block party over Labor Day weekend.
And yesterday, he had lunch with Montgomery County Executive Douglas M. Duncan, an undeclared gubernatorial candidate who will likely not be the last official to come seeking Brown's support.
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