It sounds like he is considering running for either governor, county executive, or one of several delegate seats.
From the Capital Gazzette ~
LinkyDan Bongino, who lost a bid for U.S. Senate in November to incumbent Ben Cardin, said Thursday he is considering a run for Anne Arundelís top elected spot.
ďIím considering it,Ē he said. ďItís amongst the bevy of options Iím looking at ... I have the passion, we have the organization and the donors and the ability to get started right away. That, unfortunately, is something thatís been lacking in the Republican Party in Maryland.Ē
But heís also said to be contemplating running for several other offices as well ~
LinkyThe Republican who took on Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin and lost this election season is eyeing Maryland's 2014 governor's race as his next political moveÖ
Dan Bongino split the conservative vote 28 to 17 percent with independent Rob Sobhani earlier this month. Bongino said he thinks he could fare better in another statewide campaign.
But the linked article also says he is looking at a few seats in Marylandís Statehouse because it would not require as much traveling, and that he said that Mrs. Bongino is also considering running for one of the delegate seats in the 31st District.
Maryland could have a new Republican dynasty in the making if all or any of these plans work out. And even if it doesn't, at least we have a MDGOP candidate that understands that one has to work to get face and name recognition to be elected in a district ~ and especially ~ a statewide election.