Hogan for Maryland

Governor Hogan Responds to TV Ad Attacks from Right and Left

Hogan for Maryland released the following message from Governor Hogan about the TV attack ads from both the right and left. In the video, filmed during bus tour stops on the Lower Shore yesterday, he asks Marylanders for their support ahead of early voting in the primary.


“I’m here talking to voters on the Lower Shore. But right now, if you turn on your TV, you’ll see one ad attacking me from the left, and another attacking me from the right. The reason why both sides are attacking me is because I’m a threat to status quo politics as usual in Washington,” Governor Hogan said. “I’m not running to serve one party. I’m running to fight for Maryland and fix the broken politics–just like I did as your Governor. I’ll take the slings and arrows from both sides, but I can’t do this without your support.

“This week is the start of early voting. I’m asking for your vote. And if you can, please chip in to help our campaign help get out the truth on the airwaves. Thank you for standing with us in this fight.”

Visit larryhogan.com/vote to learn more about ways to vote in the primary–whether voting by mail, voting early starting May 2nd, or voting in person on Primary Day, May 14th.

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