There is strong bipartisan support for rebuilding America's crumbling infrastructure, but not for trillions in new spending unrelated to this issue. It’s time to focus on true infrastructure and take bipartisan action for the American people.
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“To those who say our political system is too broken and can’t be fixed, I would argue that we have already shown a better path forward. And if we can accomplish that here in Maryland, then there is no place in America where these very same principles cannot succeed.”- Governor Larry Hogan
Governor Hogan spoke out in defense of Congresswoman Cheney (R-WY), who has come under fire from Republican congressional leaders. Earlier today, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) said he’s “lost confidence” in Congresswoman Cheney. In response, Governor Hogan tweeted that “Republican leaders” should not use “cancel culture…against their own members,” arguing “our party desperately needs a bigger tent, not a smaller one.”
An America United released a new video today highlighting Governor Hogan’s Annapolis infrastructure summit that has now sparked bipartisan negotiations in Congress on rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure. Governor Hogan’s unprecedented two-day retreat brought together more than 25 governors, U.S. senators, and members of the U.S. House Problem Solvers Caucus from both parties to find common ground on a federal infrastructure package, including Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV), Senator Jacky Rosen (D-NV), Senator Bill Caissdy (R-LA), and Senator Susan Collins (R-ME).
Governor Hogan appeared on CNN’s “The Lead” with Jake Tapper to argue for a common-sense, bipartisan approach to a federal infrastructure bill. Watch Governor Hogan on CNN’s “The Lead” Here Governor Hogan on Washington Dysfunction: “I think there’s a whole lot of crazy going on in Washington and a lot of extreme partisanship on both sides of the aisle.” Governor Hogan on The Annapolis Bipartisan Infrastructure Summit: “We had Democratic governors, Democratic senators, and Democratic congressmen all gathered here in Annapolis with me in the summit I put together, and we’re all in agreement that a bill needs to be bipartisan.
Governor Hogan appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” to advocate for a bipartisan effort that remains actually “focused on infrastructure.” Last week, Governor Hogan convened a bipartisan group of more than 25 governors, U.S. senators, and leaders of the U.S. House Problem Solvers Caucus to find common ground on a federal infrastructure package. At the end of the summit, the group unanimously agreed on common principles for a federal bill, including that it should be a bipartisan effort.