we are at another time for choosing. I refuse to give up and accept that the best days of the GOP – and of America – are a thing of the past. If you won’t either, sign up now. To view Governor Hogan's full speech, click here.
“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
As Americans continue to suffer from the high cost of energy, Governor Hogan visited a major state natural gas pipeline project. The ECI pipeline—the first of its kind on the Lower Shore—provides Somerset County with direct access to natural gas for the first time. While President Biden has cracked down on domestic energy production and canceled the Keystone Pipeline, Governor Hogan has continued to be an advocate for an all-of-the-above energy strategy, calling on the Biden administration to “reverse his policies and restore America’s energy independence by removing his bans on new oil and gas development on federal lands, building the Keystone XL pipeline, and reinstating regulatory reforms to streamline energy permitting.
Governor Hogan held a press conference to detail Maryland’s long-term COVID-19 preparedness plan. The plan builds on the successful data-driven strategies that the state implemented throughout the pandemic. Governor Hogan’s proactive approach is another example of why Maryland’s COVID-19 response has consistently ranked among the best in the nation. As far back as early February 2020, while most leaders across the country failed to focus on the challenge of the pandemic, Governor Hogan was preparing Maryland and the nation’s governors, arranging an unprecedented meeting in Washington for a bipartisan group of more than 25 U.
At the World Economic Forum this week, Governor Hogan highlighted to global business leaders the pro-business and forward-thinking approach that has made Maryland an economic success story. On Tuesday, Governor Hogan announced a $2 million investment in the state’s innovative Global Gateway Initiative – a first-in-the-nation program that helps attract international businesses and ease their transition into the U.S. market by connecting them with local incubators and accelerators. On Wednesday, Governor Hogan participated in panel discussions focused on infrastructure, innovative job training, and workforce development.
On the eve of the Georgia primary, Governor Hogan wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, advocating for honest leadership over election denialism on both the left and right. According to Governor Hogan, “The Abrams and Perdue campaigns may not be fond of each other, but they start from the same dangerous premises…America’s future depends on honest leaders who recognize that the office they hold is bigger than themselves…This isn’t about the difference between right and left.