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:
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.
Governor Hogan today joined NBC’s ‘Meet the Press with Chuck Todd’ to discuss the state of the Republican party and the conservative movement. Governor Hogan on Parental Rights in Education: “I think it’s an important issue…People are concerned about this as I travel around the country. Most people just don’t think we should be talking about things like sex to young kids, and the parents want to be more involved in the decisions about what their kids are being taught.
“President Biden campaigned on uniting our country, but America is more divided and fed up than ever. In November, the American people voted for change because they want to stop the reckless spending, increase our domestic energy production, get tough on violent crime, and address the crisis at the border. More rhetoric won’t fix any of these urgent challenges or get our country back on track. To fulfill his campaign promise, I urge President Biden to work with Congress to find common sense solutions to these urgent challenges.”