Greg Holmes enters Md. U.S. Senate Republican primary

By Ryan Miner 


Hogan appointee Greg Holmes, the former Director of Governmental Affairs for the Maryland Transit Administration, announced today via Facebook that he will seek the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate in Maryland.

Holmes wrote:


Today I filed to run to represent the great state of Maryland in the United States Senate. Our country is at a cross roads and it is time that new leadership steps and stands firm with the constitution. Please to learn more about our campaign.

Holmes first announced his candidacy yesterday (Jan. 27) in an exclusive interview on my online radio show, A Miner Detail.

Listen to my interview with Holmes:

A self-described liberty candidate, Holmes will be competing against Del. Kathy Szeliga, Richard J. Douglas, John Graziani, Chrys Kefalas, Lynn Richardson, Anthony Seda, Richard Shawver and Dave Wallace.

Maryland’s primary will be held on April 26.

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