It’s customary for outgoing Maryland governors to boast about their years in office. So it’s entirely reasonable for Larry Hogan to spend his final weeks in something of a campaign mode, particularly as he considers a run for the White House — much as his predecessor, Martin O’Malley, did as he left the State House. Yet in a recent keynote address to the Greater Washington Board of Trade, the business group that advocates for the District of Columbia and its Maryland and Virginia suburbs, Maryland’s 62nd governor piled it on thicker than the fudge on a Berger cookie.
Larry Hogan is a genius at self-promotion, but about average at economic development
December 15, 2022