ANNAPOLIS — Republican presidential candidates are planning to visit Maryland next week.
Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum’s national press secretary said in an email Friday that Santorum is planning a visit to Maryland on Tuesday. Alice Stewart says details are still being worked out.
Texas Rep. Ron Paul’s campaign announced on its website a town hall meeting at the University of Maryland, College Park on Wednesday night.
A co-chairman of Newt Gingrich’s Maryland campaign recently announced the former House speaker also is planning a visit to Maryland on Tuesday.
Frontrunner Mitt Romney was in Arbutus this week.
There are 37 delegates at stake in Maryland’s April 9 primary.