Michael Steele Floats Bid For Governor Of Maryland

The Baltimore Sun reports:

A pair of high-profile political figures of opposite parties — Republican Michael Steele and Democrat Tom Perez — say they are considering running for Maryland governor in 2022.

Steele, the former lieutenant governor who is now an MSNBC commentator, said he will seriously consider a campaign to succeed two-term Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, who cannot run again because of term limits.

Steele was a frequent critic of former Republican President Donald Trump last year, and he endorsed Democratic President Joe Biden.