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Gansler Launches Campaign Despite Speeding Stories

October 24th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler has apparently paid a speed camera ticket issued in June, 2012, in Washington DC. Gansler, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, paid the ticket more than a week after the Washington Post reported that Gansler ordered members of his Maryland State Police security detail to drive recklessly, to get him to events. Reports indicate that  state police were assigned to drive Gansler that day in the evening after the ticket was issued. The ticket is part of Gansler's feud with state troopers, who have complained he makes them drive like “cowboys”.  Gansler is becoming frustrated with what has become  distraction as he is just now beginning to launch his campaign to becomes Maryland’s next governor. He has maintained that what he calls a “non story” has been generated and promoted by his chief opponent in the race – Lt Governor Anthoney Brown.


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