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October 16, 2018
With less than ten days left until early voting, Ben Jealous is staying directly focused on putting working families first in his campaign. Today, he is earning the support of Maryland women as he releases a plan to ensure all women receive equal pay for equal work. He has also made increasing women’s representation in state government a key campaign pledge while he runs on policies that help the economic empowerment of women, including universal pre-kindergarten and raising the minimum wage.
October 9, 2018
Ben Jealous Urges Larry Hogan to Stop Mocking His Stutter and Release Education, Healthcare, and Jobs Plans Instead. Jealous responded to Larry Hogan’s new video attacking him for instances during the campaign when he has struggled to overcome his stutter. He was joined by educators, healthcare professionals, and small business owners, who urged Larry Hogan to stop his negative campaigning, especially by mocking Jealous’ struggles with his stutter, and finally release education, healthcare, and jobs plans.
October 8, 2018
With a new report showing urgency for action on climate change, Maryland voters have a clear choice in the governor’s race between a pro-pollution governor in Larry Hogan and someone environmentalists have called “the greenest candidate of 2018” in Ben Jealous. As is the case with education, healthcare, and the economy, Jealous is on the side of protecting Marylanders while Hogan is on the side of corporate special interests.
September 21, 2018
Ben Jealous continues to build a growing and diverse coalition of Maryland families behind his campaign focused on the issues that hold too many of us back. He’s drawing support from 18 different constituency groups, from people with disabilities and the LGBTQ+ community to women and seniors to educators and business leaders, in his effort to win a grassroots campaign from the ground up. This campaign will be won by bringing people together around the idea that we can do so much more on education, healthcare, and creating good-paying jobs.
This campaign will be won by bringing people together around the idea that we can do so much more on education, healthcare, and creating good-paying jobs.
Four years ago, Larry Hogan promised to lower every tax he could think of, but now reports show he has failed to deliver on his campaign promises. Even worse, he’s now working to spend billions of taxpayer dollars to widen highways and worsen climate change. We need a governor with his eyes set on the future, not one stuck to broken campaign promises he’ll never keep if given another four years.
Larry Hogan sunk to a new low last Sunday in his negative re-election campaign when he released a video mocking Ben Jealous for his struggles to overcome his stutter. It’s incredibly disappointing that Hogan continues to rely on negative campaigning instead of talking about the issues that matter to Maryland families, like education, healthcare, and the economy. Larry Hogan declared for re-election 229 days ago and still has yet to release a single policy plan for the future.
Larry Hogan is hoping to win re-election without voters noticing his lackluster record on issues that impact our families every day. From his veto of legislation to guarantee earned sick leave for 700,000 workers to his work behind closed doors with pharmaceutical companies to stop an anti-drug price gouging law, when people look deeper at Hogan’s record, they start to see a conservative more in line with national Republicans than first meets the eye. Why would Maryland Democrats settle for Gov. Not-So-Bad in an election cycle when we badly need to replace Republican leadership up and down the ballot?
Meanwhile, Larry Hogan knows his path to victory relies on division, negativity, and fear. That’s why he and his Washington Republican allies continue to air negative attack ads that try to get Marylanders to lose belief in each other. Now, he’s going after educator leaders in the Maryland State Education Association for speaking out on behalf of their students for pro-public education policies. Every day, this election becomes more and more about whether we want to elect a coalition-builder to bring us together or re-elect a divisive politician more focused on personal politics than delivering real results.