Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr.
MSA SC 3520-12125


Newspaper articles -

"Rep. Ehrlich ready to fight Democrats in run for governor." The Baltimore Sun, 20 March 2002.

"Ehrlich's candidacy now official." The Baltimore Sun, 26 March 2002.

"Centrist votes key in Ehrlich bid." The Washington Times, 8 April 2002.

"Accessible Ehrlich Lays Out Positions." The Washington Post, 9 May 2002.

"How can a Republican win?" The Baltimore Sun, 4 August 2002.

"The good sport." The Baltimore Sun, 2 October 2002.

"Straddling the Economic Divide." The Washington Post, 29 October 2002.

"Path of Ehrlich's political success." The Baltimore Sun, 2 November 2002.

"Ehrlich wins." The Baltimore Sun, 6 November 2002.

"Ehrlich Stuns Townsend for Governor." The Washington Post, 6 November 2002.

"A quiet day for friends and family." The Baltimore Sun, 7 November 2002.

"On a triumphant return." The Baltimore Sun, 14 November 2002.

"Ehrlich's easygoing style may prove to be an asset." The Capital, 1 December 2002.

"5 festive days to celebrate Ehrlich's swearing-in." The Baltimore Sun, 11 January 2003.

"It's Ehrlich's big day." The Capital, 15 January 2003.

"Ehrlich pledges 'better ideas'." The Baltimore Sun, 16 January 2003.

"Ehrlich era begins with festive time." The Capital, 16 January 2003.

"Making an ice-cold splash to raise cash for charity." The Baltimore Sun, 26 January 2003.

"Ehrlichs Make Themselves at Home in Annapolis." The Washington Post, 21 February 2003.

"Ehrlich taking to the road." The Capital, 26 April 2003.

"New neighbors, Ehrlich family at home in Annapolis." The Sunday Capital, 15 June 2003.

"First Fathers." The Baltimore Sun, 15 June 2003.

"Pressing the issue." The Baltimore Sun, 10 July 2003.

"Embracing the role of man in charge." The Baltimore Sun, 20 September 2003.

"Maryland's first lady announces new addition to Government House." The Baltimore Sun, 10 October 2003.

"Ehrlich to skip delivery room." The Baltimore Sun, 14 October 2003.

"Ehrlich gives Towson U. class his take on leadership." The Baltimore Sun, 28 October 2003.

"Ehrlich, in Israel, fosters business, political ties." The Baltimore Sun, 7 November 2003.

"Ehrlichs add a baby boy to the state's first family." The Baltimore Sun, 7 March 2004.

"It's a boy!" The Capital, 7 March 2004.

"In Maryland, It's a Second Son for the First Couple." The Washington Post, 7 March 2004.

"Busy day, welcome arrival." The Baltimore Sun, 8 March 2004.

"Backing wine through the grapevine." The Baltimore Sun, 29 April 2004.

"Ehrlich Calls Multiculture Idea 'Bunk'." The Washington Post, 8 May 2004.

"Ehrlich calls multiculturalism 'bunk', 'damaging to society'." The Baltimore Sun, 9 May 2004.
"Tied in Annapolis." The Washington Post, 9 January 2005.

"Ehrlich declares himself, first lady out of Senate race." The Baltimore Sun, 17 March 2005.

"Ehrlich calls for change." The Baltimore Sun, 27 January 2006.

"Upbeat Ehrlich Stresses Cooperation in Speech." The Washington Post, 27 January 2006.

"O'Malley looks to future, Ehrlich eyes votes still out." The Baltimore Sun, 8 November 2006.

"For Ehrlich, 2002 strategy failed to work a second time." The Baltimore Sun, 9 November 2006.

"Ehrlich sees little future for himself in politics." The Baltimore Sun, 11 November 2006.

"Ehrlich Hints at the Next Chapter of His Career." The Washington Post, 14 December 2006.

"Ehrlich may work on GOP race for president in 2008." The Baltimore Sun, 15 December 2006.

"In Ehrlich's 2-Party Test Run, A Rough Ride but Few Regrets." The Washington Post, 11 January 2007.

"Stopped short of his goal." The Baltimore Sun, 14 January 2007.

"Ehrlichs host thank-you bash for hundreds of the faithful." The Baltimore Sun, 15 January 2007.

"For Ehrlich And Friends, One Final Celebration." The Washington Post, 15 January 2007.

"Ehrlichs chat morning away on WCBM-AM." The Baltimore Sun, 25 January 2007.

"Ehrlich will join law firm." The Baltimore Sun, 22 February 2007.

"Ehrlich to Help Open Md. Branch of Law Firm." The Washington Post, 22 February 2007.

"Ehrlich joins law firm with gambling ties." The Washington Times, 22 February 2007.

"Ehrlichs will host WBAL Radio show." The Baltimore Sun, 15 March 2007.

"Former first couple takes to the airwaves."The Baltimore Sun, 1 April 2007.

"Ehrlichs Go on the Air With Careful Criticism."The Washington Post, 1 April 2007.

"Picture awkward moments." The Baltimore Sun, 4 June 2008.

"Ehrlich Portraits Are Unveiled With Added Pomp." The Washington Post, 4 June 2008.

Books -

Maryland Manual 1994-1995.  Annapolis, MD:  The Maryland State Archives, 1994.

Other Materials -

Biographical Directory of the United States Congress On-Line.

Maryland Manual On-Line biography

Program, Inauguration Ceremony of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. and Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele, 15 January 2003.

Inaugural Address of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., 15 January 2003.
2003 State of the State Address, delivered January 29, 2003

2004 State of the State Address, delivered January 29, 2004

2005 State of the State Address, delivered January 27, 2005

2006 State of the State Address, delivered January 26, 2006

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