Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown toured Southern Maryland with Congressman Steny Hoyer and Senate President Thomas V. “Mike” Miller Sunday, visiting with supporters in Charles, Calvert and St. Mary’s Counties. The events were part of a statewide tour in which Brown and County Executive Ken Ulman are hosting an event in every Maryland county to discuss their policy proposals and listen to ideas to build a better Maryland for more Marylanders. Sunday, the Brown-Ulman team was joined by over 102 supporters in Huntingtown, 89 supporters in Waldorf, and 62 supporters in Great Mills, while Brown and Hoyer also stopped by the Greene Turtle in Prince Frederick to chat with local residents.

Click here to see an album of pictures from Sunday’s events.

“Anthony Brown and Ken Ulman are the best choice for Southern Maryland, and Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary’s counties are ready to make sure they’re elected our next Governor and Lt. Governor,” said Congressman Steny Hoyer. “Anthony has dedicated his life to service to our nation and our State. I know that with his record of increasing funding for Maryland public schools, strengthening our middle class, and boosting Maryland’s infrastructure to create jobs and position our economy for the future, he’ll build on the progress we’ve made and expand ladders of opportunity to all Marylanders.”

“When talking to Marylanders all across the State, Ken Ulman and I hear similar dreams for their families — a good education for our children, safe and strong communities in which to live, and access to the ladders of opportunity that make Maryland great,” said Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown. “As Governor, my top priority will be to build on the progress we’ve made in each of these areas so that every Marylander benefits from a better Maryland, and I’ve greatly valued the input I’ve received from every corner of our State. Thank you Congressman Hoyer for joining Ken Ulman and me in Southern Maryland, and to every leader and resident who has joined the Brown-Ulman Brigade.”

“With under 100 days to go until primary election day, Team Brown-Ulman’s momentum continues to grow as more and more Marylanders hear Anthony Brown’s record of results and ideas to build a better Maryland,” said County Executive Ken Ulman. “Anthony and I are determined to build the strongest grassroots campaign Maryland has ever seen, and we thank each and every one of the volunteers, supporters and Marylanders — whether in Waldorf, Hagerstown, or Baltimore — who have signed up to join the Brown-Ulman brigade. It’s their support that’s going to make a difference in this race and for Maryland.”

Saturday, Brown and Ulman addressed the 2014 Young Democrats of Maryland Statewide Convention in Annapolis, sharing their vision for the future of the State with Maryland’s future leaders at a panel discussion. Later in the day, the Young Democrats of Maryland chose the Brown-Ulman ticket as their preferred candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor in their 2014 straw poll.

Sunday, Ulman appeared at the Talbot County Democratic Forum Lt. Governor Forum to share the Brown-Ulman campaign’s policy priorities for Maryland.

Brown-Ulman Weekend Campaign Events

Saturday, Oct. 22

Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown and County Executive Ken Ulman address the 2014 Young Democrats of Maryland Statewide Convention and win 2014 Straw Poll

Sunday, Oct. 23

Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown and Congressman St