Larry Hogan Not Ruling Out A Third Party Presidential Campaign
Good luck with that. It’s hard enough for someone with a national following to run a credible third party campaign, let alone a former governor who is unknown to the majority of the country.
There’s a lot of ego involved here. Hogan’s smart enough to know that he could never win the Republican nomination but I’m going to guess he’s got some undoubtedly well-paid consultants who want to keep their grift going for as long as possible.
As I said when he announced he wouldn’t be entering the Republican primaries, Larry Hogan has a legacy that he can be proud of. He was elected and re-elected, as a Republican, in one of the bluest states in the Union. Because of that, some people said he was the future of the GOP. (Strangely no one said that when John Bel Edwards managed to get elected and reelected governor as a Democrat in Louisiana.) Hogan was a good governor. He has a lot to be proud about. The last thing that legacy needs is to be ruined with a vanity presidential campaign.
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