Inspired by President Reagan's leadership and ability to work across the aisle, Governor Hogan carries the flame of the 40th President as he has worked to lead the state of Maryland amidst crisis and recovery. Governor Hogan will speak about the state of the election and electorate, the future of the Republican party, and address American values such as unity and reconciliation, and a post COVID-19 vision for a more prosperous United States.
November 16, 2020 | 8:30 AM Pacific / 11:30 AM Eastern
“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 appeared on CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper. Governor Hogan called on President Trump to begin the transition process, arguing it would be “disgraceful” and damaging to America’s reputation around the world if we fail to have “a smooth hand off.” With COVID raging throughout the country, “lives are at stake” if the outgoing administration refuses to share information and work together with the incoming administration.
Governor Hogan appeared on Fox News, CNBC, CNN, and MSNBC to discuss his recent virtual meetings with President-elect Biden and Vice President Pence. In both meetings, Governor Hogan urged the outgoing and incoming administrations to finally reach a compromise on the stimulus package, to renew federal Title 32 funding for state national guards, and to continue close coordination in the development and distribution of a vaccine. With COVID-19 rising to unprecedented levels throughout the nation, Governor Hogan is emphasizing that we cannot afford to “drop the ball” by needlessly delaying the transition or failing to coordinate the national response.
Governor Hogan spoke to the Ronald Reagan Foundation & Institute on Monday about the future of the GOP and the country. In his remarks, Governor Hogan advocated for his party to reject the “false choice” between “toxic politics” and “establishment insiders,” and instead look to Republican leaders outside of Washington who are actually getting things done to improve the lives of Americans. Here’s they’re saying about Governor Hogan’s speech:
In case you missed it, Governor Hogan penned an op-ed on the future of the Republican party in USA Today, arguing the GOP should reject the “false choice” between returning back to the way things were before 2016 and proceeding “as if this election never happened” and instead “look outside of Washington.” At 11:30 pm ET this morning, Governor Hogan will be speaking at the Reagan Foundation & Institute about the future of the GOP and the country.