Governor Hogan Is Not As Moderate As You Think!

…and Democrats may not have a super-majority in the next four years to protect you from him.

Maryland’s constitution makes our Governor the most powerful in the nation. That means we need a Governor who will put the people of Maryland first, not cronies and special interests. In his current term, Larry Hogan tried to cloak himself as a moderate in order to win a second term. Should he be re-elected, he will not need to accommodate Democrats and progressives at all; his true Republican colors will fly.  And, if Democrats were to be without a supermajority in any of those next four years, it would be very hard to push back on Hogan’s agenda, as Democrats have done time and again these past four years. 

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