At noon on Wednesday, Jan. 18, Wes Moore will be officially sworn in as Maryland’s 63rd governor, which, of course, will also mark the end of Lawrence Joseph Hogan Jr.’s eight years in the job. Serving as the first two-term Republican in that office since former Baltimore Mayor Theodore R. McKeldin held it more than 60 years ago, ensured a certain amount of conflict with the Democratically controlled General Assembly, but the outgoing governor nevertheless leaves the State House with an uncommon level of public goodwill. Time will tell how well that legacy stands.
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