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Duane Davis, known for leaving toilets as political protest outside the Historic Courthouse in Towson, is running as a Republican in 2014.
The results of the Quinnipiac University poll come as proponents of reinstating the death penalty in Maryland say the law is needed because of incidents such as the Boston Marathon bombing.
Guzzone said "I'm at a point now where I feel I can really make a difference in state government."
The effort to place the issue on the ballot will be led by Democratic Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger and Washington County Republican Del. Neil Parrott.
Current Lt. Governor Anthony Brown may be trying to persuade Howard County Executive Ken Ulman into running with him, according to the Washington Post.
Delegates James Malone and Steven DeBoy made decisions separately, DeBoy said.
Don't worry if you weren't invited to an official ball, there are plenty of other inaugural balls you can attend.
The next gubernatorial election in 2014 could draw a crowded primary field.
Mayland voters narrowly approved Question 7 last week, but not before a lot of money was spent.
Victors attribute the wins to Democratic Party dominance, among other factors.
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