In The News:
The Harvard Crimson: “Hogan acknowledged the ‘70 percent of people frustrated with both parties,’ but, he said, ‘we’d be better off trying to fix the broken parties.’”
WMUR: Maryland governor addresses 'exhausted majority' of voters in NH appearance
Fox News: “Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan believes that attending ‘prestigious colleges and universities’ is not the only pathway to achieve the American dream.
Instead, the term-limited governor…has been focused on expanding career opportunities ‘outside an expensive four-year college degree’ as part of his push to reduce the costs of post-high school education.”
The Washington Post: “Hogan appeared at Politics & Eggs on Thursday morning, a popular stop for presidential hopefuls at St. Anselm College in New Hampshire, and was later scheduled to meet with police officers and home builders…”
The Baltimore Banner: “Much of Hogan’s 20-minute speech and 25 minutes of audience questions stayed with the theme he has been pushing as he travels to states across the country: That the nation’s political system is broken, with too many politicians catering to the extreme left or the extreme right — and neglecting the ‘exhausted majority’ that hopes for a more middle-of-the-road approach.”
WMUR: “Hogan addressed a crowd at the latest installment of the ‘Politics & Eggs’ breakfast at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College and touted some of his accomplishments as governor, citing tax cuts and improved safety.”