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.
Michael Steele and Tom Perez indicate they’re considering running for governor of Maryland. https://t.co/dUM939O7Fm
— The Baltimore Sun (@baltimoresun) January 30, 2021