Two Bethesda area state officials may both be exploring a run for Maryland attorney general.
Del. Bill Frick (D-Dist. 16) is "interested" in a possible 2014 run for attorney general, Frick confirms in an e-mail to Patch.
The news was first reported by Maryland Juice.
State Sen. Brian E. Frosh, a District 16 representative, is also exploring running for the seat.
"I've spent my career in Annapolis working on consumer protection issues, and ways to help make our economy thrive and work well for everyone. The AG has tremendous ability to help consumers and advocate for our economy," Frick wrote in an email to Patch. "So I'm definitely interested, and am talking to friends and contacts about the race. But it's a long way off, so it's too early to make any firm decisions."
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler (D) is expected to run for governor in 2014, The Washington Post reported.
Frick has hired a former campaign aide to newly elected Congressman John Delaney, Maryland Juice reports.