Hogan for Maryland

Hogan for Maryland’s Grassroots “Back To Work BBQ” Brings Together Supporters From Across The State

On Saturday, Hogan for Maryland held a grassroots Back To Work BBQ in Davidsonville, bringing Marylanders from across the state together in support of Governor Hogan ahead of the May 14 primary.

At the event—which sold over 650 tickets—Governor Hogan made brief remarks to the crowd, joined by his family. He was introduced by General John Teichert, who withdrew from the Republican primary and endorsed the governor in February.

Click HERE for photos from the event.

“Thank you to everyone who came out to our grassroots Back to Work BBQ in Davidsonville! It was great to see so many familiar faces and meet so many new friends—I’m truly humbled by the support,” Governor Hogan said. “For hundreds of voters to come out and spend a Saturday with us, even in the rain, demonstrates just how fed up Marylanders are with the divisiveness and dysfunction in Washington, and how ready we are for change. I’m not running against any one candidate—I’m running against the toxic politics. And, with your help, we can send a message to Washington that’s heard loud and clear all across the country.”

Despite the rain, hundreds of Maryland residents and families came to support Governor Hogan’s campaign and enjoy food, music, games, and good company.

Early voting is well underway. Visit larryhogan.com/vote to learn more about ways to vote in the primary.

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