Brown Names Ken Ulman as Running Mate
Maryland gubernatorial candidate Anthony Brown formally introduced his running mate, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman today (June 3) in Columbia.
“As our Lt. Governor, Anthony Brown grew our economy and created jobs in the face of the great recession and I’m honored to stand with him in this campaign to build a better Maryland,” said Howard County Executive Ken Ulman. “Maryland is a great place to live, work and raise a family, but we know that it can always be better. Together, we’ll work to ensure economic prosperity for all of our families and build strong communities by growing our economy, creating jobs, building the most competitive workforce and developing our state’s business community.”
“Ken Ulman has a tremendous record of leadership and results and I’m excited to have him joining our campaign to build a better Maryland for more Marylanders,” said Lt. Governor Anthony Brown. “On Ken’s watch, Howard County has become an engine for job creation and education and there is no doubt that he is the right leader to serve as our next Lt. Governor. I’m running for Governor to build on our successes and continue growing our way to economic prosperity and I am proud to have Ken Ulman making this journey with me.”
At the event in Columbia, Congressman Elijah Cummings also offered his formal endorsement to the Brown-Ulman campaign.
“Anthony Brown and Ken Ulman are the best team to build on our successes and make Maryland a better place for all of our families,” said Congressman Elijah Cummings. “We need Anthony Brown as our next Governor and Ken Ulman as our Lt. Governor, that’s why I’m strongly endorsing them and planning to work hard to help get them elected.”
For over six years, Brown has served as Maryland’s Lt. Governor and Ulman has been county executive since 2006.