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The Washington Post Editorial Board wrote a piece arguing that Governor Hogan’s success as a unifier in Maryland could offer a model for Governor-elect Youngkin in neighboring Virginia. According to The Washington Post, after Governor Larry Hogan won a surprise upset in 2014, “Governor Hogan spent political capital…getting big things done.” Governor Hogan recently wrote a _Wall Street Journal _op-ed praising Governor-elect Youngkin for “by focusing on the issues that matter to voters” and offering “a hopeful and unifying message for the future.
Governor Hogan appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” to discuss the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the recent election results. Yesterday, Governor Hogan wrote an op-ed in _The Wall Street Journal _arguing that strong Republican performances in Virginia and New Jersey reaffirm that the model for building a successful national coalition is “focusing on the issues that matter to voters” and offering “a hopeful and unifying message for the future.”
In case you missed it, Governor Hogan wrote an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal arguing that Republican strong performances this last week offer a model for building a national winning coalition. Just like Governor Hogan’s victories in 2014 and 2018, Governor-elect Youngkin was successful “by focusing on the issues that matter to voters” and offering “a hopeful and unifying message for the future.” According to Governor Hogan, “America is on the wrong track, but the 2022 election can and should be a change in direction.