Monday, October 09, 2006

AAEA Wants Governor Ehrlich for a Second Term

Governor Robert L. Ehrlich has been very good on Maryland environmental issues. His "flush tax" will help to clean the Chesapeake Bay. The Intercounty Connector (ICC) will help move traffic in the Washington Metropolitan Area. The Woodrow Wilson Bridge replacement is being finished on his watch. National Harbor is being built. He protected Wal-Mart from socialism. He signed a clean air bill into law. What more could an environmetalist ask for? Just the Purple Line (including Prince George's County) and four more years of this environmental governor.

The Washington Post says, "Mr. Ehrlich deserves credit for the creative Chesapeake Bay Restoration Act of 2004. On air pollution, Maryland is probably better off today than when the governor took office."

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