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Hogan Looks to Become First Re-elected Republican Since 1950′s

August 30th, 2018 by WCBC Radio

Four years after his surprise victory, Maryland's Republican governor enjoys sky-high approval ratings in a state where Democrats have a veto-proof majority in the state legislature; control both U.S. Senate seats and all but one of the U.S. Congressional districts. Registered Democrats also outnumber registered Republicans in the state by a 2-to-1 ratio.  Despite all of those clear numerical disadvantages, Governor Larry Hogan appears to be well positioned to become the first republican re-elected as Maryland Governor since the 1950’s.  Other republicans, including President Donald Trump do not poll well in the heavily blue Maryland. Although Hogan has made it no secret that he is not a fan of the President, he says the two men have had a cordial relationship…

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