A new article from Vox details how Governor Hogan has “set off the trend” in both the public and private sectors for removing unnecessary college-degree requirements for jobs that don’t need them, opening pathways to success for millions of workers.
Governor Hogan Urges Support For Ukraine in PBS’ “Firing Line” Interview And Iowa Event with Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Joni Ernst
Governor Hogan has been urging the Republican party to adhere to President Reagan’s foreign policy doctrine of “peace through strength” by standing with the people of Ukraine against Russian aggression.
This weekend, Governor Hogan was interviewed by Iowa Senator Joni Ernst at the Bastion Institute in Des Moines about why a strong America leading the free world matters here at home. Vice President Mike Pence also joined the event.
Governor Hogan joined both Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” and CNN’s “This Morning.”
In case you missed it, earlier this week the St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial urged leaders in the Republican party to follow Governor Hogan’s message of ensuring the party moves past Trump and moves back to focusing on core conservative issues.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial, “Hogan’s advice is worth heeding. Republicans of good faith must coalesce around one reasonable Trump alternative rather than risk fragmenting the non-MAGA vote among multiple moderates…It’s urgent for the sake of both the party and the country that some Hogan-like hero arise.”
In case you missed it, yesterday, Governor Hogan joined both CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” Gray TV, and PBS’ “NewsHour.”
ICYMI: Governor Hogan Joins Fox News, MSNBC, and Multiple Radio Outlets To Discuss His Fight For The Future of The Republican Party
In case you missed it, Governor Hogan joined both Fox News’ “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” and multiple radio stations to discuss why he decided not to run for president and how he plans to impact the future of the Republican party.
WTAS: Governor Hogan Continues To Set Example Of Better Politics, Puts Country And Party Before Personal Ambition
On Sunday, Governor Larry Hogan announced he would not seek the Republican Party nomination for President in 2024. In a New York Times op-ed announcing the decision, Governor Hogan said, “the stakes are too high for me to risk being part of another multi-car pileup that could potentially help Mr. Trump recapture the nomination.”
Here’s what they are saying about Governor Hogan’s leadership:
ICYMI: Governor Hogan Joins CBS’ ‘Face The Nation’ To Discuss Why He Decided Not To Run For President
In case you missed it, Governor Hogan today joined CBS’ “Face The Nation” for an interview with Robert Costa on his decision not to seek the Republican nomination for President in 2024.
Governor Larry Hogan today issued the following statement.
“I truly appreciate all those around the nation who have for many years encouraged me to run for president. After eight years of pouring my heart and soul into serving the people of Maryland, I have no desire to put my family through another grueling campaign just for the experience.”
“I would never run for president to sell books or position myself for a cabinet role. I have long said that I care more about ensuring a future for the Republican Party than securing my own future in the Republican Party. And that is why I will not be seeking the Republican nomination for president.”
In case you missed it, this morning, Governor Hogan called into Good Morning New Hampshire with Jack Heath to discuss his accomplishments in Maryland and why Republican governors are better suited to lead in higher office than Washington politicians.