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Topic - United States Senate Election In Maryland, 2012
Dan Bongino, a former Secret Service agent who's now campaigning in Maryland for a congressional seat, said the biggest threat facing the nation is the massive bureaucracy that's driving out common sense politics.
Count a former Secret Service agent among the millions of Americans who say they've been booted from their insurance plans due to Obamacare mandates.
The top two challengers in Maryland's U.S. Senate race are hoping to unseat Democrat Benjamin L. Cardin, but they are spending much of their time battling each another.
Maryland Republican Senate candidate Dan Bongino is announcing he has been endorsed by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
The last time Maryland had a Republican senator, Ronald Reagan was president and now-U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin was serving his first term in Congress. But that history hasn't deterred ex-Secret Service agent Dan Bongino from entering next year's Senate race.
Maryland Republican Dan Bongino says President Obama should play less golf in times of crisis.
"Play nine holes or less in time of crisis," Mr. Bongino says. "The president could have played nine holes and used the remainder of that time to do his job."