Ehrlich Becomes Early Voter

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    ROCKVILLE, MD - APRIL 07: Republican Bob Ehrlich greets supporters after announcing his candidacy for the governorship of Maryland during a rally April 7, 2010 in Rockville, Maryland. Ehrlich, who was governor of Maryland from 2003 to 2007, decided to kick off his new campaign in Montgomery County where many people count themselves as independent voters. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

    Former Maryland governor Bob Ehrlich became an early voter Thursday, even though he vetoed an early voting program when he was in office.

    When asked why he chose to participate in the program he was against, Ehrlich just laughed.

    Ehrlich, a Republican, has repeatedly pointed out the costs of early voting.  Ehrlich said if he becomes governor again, he would "keep an open mind" about changes to the program.