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
Governor Larry Hogan issued the following statement following President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address: “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.
In case you missed it, yesterday, Governor Hogan joined New Hampshire Today with Chris Ryan and The WFEA Morning Update with Drew Cline to discuss his record in Maryland and the future of the Republican party. Governor Hogan on Getting Results: “I’m a Republican governor in one of the bluest states in America. I got my heavily Democratic, far-left 70% majority Democratic legislature in both houses to cut taxes eight years in a row by $4.
In case you missed it, yesterday, Governor Hogan joined Fox News’ ‘Your World with Neil Cavuto’ to discuss the debt limit standoff and the future of the Republican party. Governor Hogan on His Record in Maryland: “We’ve been really successful 30 miles outside of Washington, where everything appears to be broken and nothing but divisiveness and dysfunction. I’m in one of the bluest states in the country with a 70% progressive legislature, and I got them to cut taxes eight years in a row by $4.
In case you missed it, over the weekend, The New York Times editorial board urged more leaders to follow Governor Hogan’s lead on re-focusing the labor market from needless credentialism to rewarding skills gained through alternative pathways. Last year, under Governor Hogan, Maryland became the first state in the country to do away with the four-year college degree requirement for thousands of state jobs. An America United’s four-point plan titled “The American Dream Can’t Only Run Through Harvard” proposes to remove similar barriers for entry into the workforce at a national level.