Anthony Brown Launches Campaign for Maryland Governor
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

anthony brown marylandIt’s a big day for Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown. During a community cookout at Prince George’s Community College on Friday afternoon, Brown is expected to announce that he will run for governor.

If elected, the 51-year-old Democrat and decorated U.S. Army vet would be the first African American governor of Maryland. (Yes, there are still firsts to be had.)

This weekend kicks off a series of events for Brown. Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to appear with Brown at a campaign related event in Baltimore on Saturday.

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Aaron Morrison is an award-winning New York area-based multimedia journalist with a B.A. in Journalism from San Francisco State University. Aaron uses video, audio, photography, the web and social networks to tell captivating stories across all media platforms. Over the last year, Aaron has worked as a general assignment reporter for the Daily Record (Gannett) in northern New Jersey. Before that, he spent the spring of 2010 as the temporary legislative relief reporter for The Associated Press' statehouse bureau in Trenton, N.J. In his down time, Aaron enjoys the company of his friends and extended family. He is a fan of culinary arts and dreams of having a home kitchen so tricked out that Julia Child turns over in her grave.