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MSEA Panel To Recommend Endorsing Brown

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OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) - The endorsement council of the Maryland State Education Association has decided to recommend endorsing Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown for governor.
    
The association's endorsement council met Friday. It will make a motion for the MSEA to endorse Brown on Saturday at the union's annual convention. For Brown to receive the endorsement, 58 percent of the association's Representative Assembly delegates will need to vote to support the motion. The results are expected Saturday afternoon.
    
Four candidates for governor outlined some of their plans and priorities at the convention on Friday.
    
Attorney General Doug Gansler, Del, Heather Mizeur and Brown, who are seeking the Democratic nomination, addressed the convention. Republican David Craig also spoke. Two other candidates seeking the GOP nomination - Charles Lollar and Del. Ron George - did not attend.

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