Some politicians leave office basking in the glow of their accomplishments, loved and admired by their supporters. Not Parris Glendening. Maryland Democrats are in no mood for a love-fest with the outgoing Democratic governor. Not only did Glendening hold the distinction of being the nation`s most unpopular governor, but his personality and performance were enough to put a Republican in the statehouse for the first time in 36 years.
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