Ken Ulman

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Ken Ulman
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Candidate for
Lieutenant Governor of Maryland
Elections and appointments
Next generalNovember 4, 2014
Term limitsN/A
High schoolCentennial High School
Bachelor'sUniversity of Maryland, College Park
J.D.Georgetown University Law Center
ProfessionHoward County Executive
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Ken Ulman was a Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Maryland in the 2014 elections.[1] His gubernatorial running-mate is current incumbent Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown.[2] He currently serves as Howard County Executive.[3]


Ulman ran his law firm and served as a member of the Howard County Council from 2002-2006, when he became Howard County Executive.[3][4]


  • Centennial High School
  • Bachelor’s in Government and Politics from University of Maryland, College Park
  • J.D. Georgetown University Law Center.



See also: Maryland gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2014

Ulman ran for Lieutenant Governor of Maryland on a joint ticket with current Lt. Gov. and 2014 gubernatorial candidate Anthony G. Brown.[1][5] The general election took place November 4, 2014.


The Brown-Ulman ticket has received the endorsement of U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD).[2]


Ulman was elected to a second term as Howard County Executive in 2010.[3]


Ulman was first elected as Howard County Executive in 2006. He with 52.1 percent of the votes he defeated Repbulican Christopher J. Merdon and C. Stephen Wallis.[4]


Ulman is a Howard County resident. He is married to Jacqueline Ulman. They have two daughters, Maddie and Lily.[3]

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