Since the bride is a state lawmaker, there were lots of delegates and senators among the guests. Annapolis lobbyist Bruce Bereano, who never misses a party, was there. So were Bob and Kendel Ehrlich.
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"He likes me 'cause I tell him off if he's wrong," she said. "When he was governor, and I didn't like what his staff said, I'd go upstairs and tell him what I thought, and he liked that."
And what about the current governor?
Kirk thought it best to leave Martin O'Malley off the guest list since Ehrlich was on it.
"If one's coming, I didn't need nobody looking at each other," she said. "Not on my day."
William Donald Schaefer was glad to get back home to the Charlestown retirement community last weekend, a few days after doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital inserted a pacemaker in his chest. And the ex-governor's cat, Willie IV, was glad to have him back.
"His cat, Willie, was very excited to see him," said longtime Schaefer aide Lainy LeBow-Sachs. "He was jumping all over the place, scratching his legs, biting his toes."
That might not sound like much of a welcome, but LeBow-Sachs assured me that Willie IV was scratching and biting in a good way.
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