Larry Hogan

The governor said he said he has been vaccinated, including a booster shot, and is feeling fine.
“There’s no way to just overlook this and say it didn’t happen,” said the outspoken governor.
Hogan was one of the many Republican governors who tried to cut off the benefits afforded through the American Rescue Plan early.
“It just bothers me that you have to swear fealty to the dear leader or get kicked out of the party," the Maryland governor said of Liz Cheney's likely ouster.
Gov. Larry Hogan granted posthumous pardons to 34 victims of lynching. His office said he was the first governor to do so.
"We’ve got to get back to reality," the Maryland Republican said of his own party.
Despite GOP Gov. Larry Hogan's attempts to block the measures, Maryland has become the first U.S. state to repeal its Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights.
The House Republican went on a rant against Chinese communism during a hearing about surging violence against Asian Americans.
Hogan, whose wife is the first Korean American first lady of a U.S. state, called the Atlanta spa shootings an "unspeakable tragedy."
The House speaker stopped short of calling for the New York governor to step down after at least seven women accused him of sexual misconduct.
Donald Trump is one of just a few presidents to lose reelection over the past century, but he still commands a loyal following among Republican primary voters.
Maryland's Republican governor said the election is over, and his colleagues' denial of that fact is "just getting ridiculous at this point."
"Frankly, I'm embarrassed that more people in the party aren’t speaking up," Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said.
Hogan, a noted Trump critic, said that "sideshow" performances such as Giuliani's only distract from real work being done in the final weeks of 2020.
The CNN host and Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan discussed the GOP's response to President Trump's election loss.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said the president's false declaration that he'd won was "outrageous and uncalled for."
A spokeswoman for Gov. Larry Hogan called the social media posts defending 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse "totally inappropriate."
In a Washington Post editorial, the GOP governor said the president made the remarks in front of his wife, who is from South Korea.
"Inflammatory rhetoric" isn't "helpful," chides Gov. Larry Hogan, who dealt with unrest after the death of Freddie Gray in police custody in Baltimore in 2015.
Gov. Larry Hogan said that the state's National Guard is watching thousands of COVID-19 kits his state bought from South Korea.