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Larry Hogan To Announce Candidacy for MD Governor Tonight?

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Update: Larry Hogan told a crowd of about 1,100 people that he would announce his intentions in January. In other words he announced that he will announce.

Tonight kicks off the two day Maryland GOP Fall Convention. Among the highlights for the evening is an announcement from Larry Hogan on whether he will be running for the Republican nomination for Governor. Larry Hogan is the founder of Change Maryland which is a non-partisan grassroots organization comprising of over 65,000 concerned Marylanders. Change Maryland notes that they added 40,000 new members to their grassroots army just this year.

Hogan, who is expected to announce his run for governor tonight, will be joining the gubernatorial race after some of his supporters have urged him to run. Apparently many of his supporters are not happy with the current crop of GOP candidates for Governor, which includes David Craig, Ron George, and Charles Lollar.

There are several receptions tonight we can be attended for free without purchasing a ticket to the convention.

There are also tickets still available for the MD GOP Convention:
http://www.mdgop.org/2013FallConvention/

For those who can’t make the convention, you should be able to listen to the live stream brought to you by Red Maryland: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/redmaryland

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U.S. Senate

Barbara Mikulski (D) is retiring.

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Donna Edwards
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Current Representatives
1st - Andy Harris (R)

2nd - Dutch Reppersberger (D)

3rd - John Sarbanes (D)
Top candidates Dr. Mark Plaster (R).

4th - Donna Edwards (D) - running for Senate
Top candidates Anthony Brown (D), Glenn Ivey (D), George McDermott (?)

5th - Steny Hoyer (D)

6th - John Delaney (D) - may run for Senate
Top (R) candidates David Vogt (R), Kathy Afzali (R), Neil Parrott (R), Mike McKay (R).

7th - Elijah Cummings (D) - may run for Senate
Top candidates Calvin Ball (D), Corrogan Vaughn (R).

8th - Chris Van Hollen (D) - running for Senate
Top (D) candidates Kumar Barve, Valerie Ervin, Kathleen Mattews, Jamie Raskin
Top (R) candidates Frank Howard - potential