People ask me all the time, what was it like to run for governor? The answer is mostly a ton of fun. How often do you get to meet lots of people you might not have met otherwise, and to do something so much different from the day-to-day of your professional life? But it is hard! Especially when our political system is designed to discourage our elected leaders from taking on our toughest challenges. I ended my run to replace Gov. Larry Hogan last year after it became clear that there was no path forward for me in this election. Unfortunately, too many Marylanders feel that way every day.
Mike Rosenbaum: What I learned from my brief bid for governor
August 5, 2022