Term-limited Larry Hogan, the governor of Maryland, has stated that he will consider running for president in 2024, regardless of whether or not former President Donald Trump seeks the nomination of the Republican Party.
Two-term Larry Hogan, the governor of Maryland, has stated that he will explore a run for the presidency if he believes that there is “a viable road to victory,” that “there’s a lane and I have an opportunity,” and that he has “an opportunity.”
In contrast, during a recent interview that Hogan gave to the media in New Hampshire, he made it quite plain that he would not run for president simply not to run.
The interview with Governor Hogan took place as he was arriving in Maryland on Monday to begin a full day and a half of barnstorming in the state, which will hold the first presidential primary in more than a century.
In addition to meeting with the New Hampshire Commercial Investment Board of Realtors and the Associated Builders and Contractors New Hampshire/Vermont, the governor is meeting with several business groups that are currently operating at the forefront of the economy
These groups include the New Hampshire Home Builders Association and the New Hampshire Home Builders Association. An America United, which is a public advocacy group that is opposed to Hogan, is also proposing a fresh concept for inflation relief, which he is exhibiting right now.