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Hogan makes second appearance at New Hampshire political event that’s a fixture for presidential aspirants

October 7, 2022

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, sounding almost like a presidential candidate but not quite, pitched a vision of a less-partisan political landscape to a politically connected crowd in New Hampshire Wednesday morning. The Republican governor, who is eyeing a potential run for the White House in 2024, spoke at Politics & Eggs at Saint Anselm College, an event that’s practically de rigueur for anyone hoping to run for president thanks to New Hampshire’s traditional early position on the presidential primary calendar. “Americans are not tired of freedom and democracy,” Hogan told several dozen business and political leaders as they sipped coffee and picked at their eggs. “They’re tired of failed leadership. And they’re fed up with politicians who put their own self-interest before America.”

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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