Posts Tagged ‘Larry Hogan’
RepublicanAegis – Republican Md Gov. Hogan Wants Aberdeen To Move Its B&O Railroad Station To Festival Park – SayWhat? City Council Should Tell The Gov To Stop Wasting Tax Payer Money On Stupid Impracticle “Political Gifts” To Alt-Right Republican Aberdeen Mayor McGrady!September 25, 2016
Why doesnt the Guv send some money into Balto City for some needed housing and community developement??? Your not just the Governor of the counties you won in the election! We dont need to move the B&O Station—-it belongs where it is . Are you guys just sitting around thinking up ignorant ways to pay off your suburban voters? The roads in Aberdeen are terrible and you see some great need to move the B&O Shack. It would probably fall apart before it got to Law Street! Stop the political boondoggles and MYOB!
HoganWatch – Budget Rally Monday April 13, 2015 – Stop Hogans Tea Party Priorities!!! Stop Irresponsible Tax Cuts, Wreckless Charter School Deregulation, Shortchanging Education, Cutting Resources For Vulnerable Citizens And Attacking State Employees – Democrats And Republicans Voted 175 to 10 For The Fair Bi-Partisan BudgetApril 11, 2015
SeventhState – Questionable Sun Poll Gives Brown A 7 Point Lead Over Hogan – Sun Sampling Techniques Always Underestimate Black Voter Turnout In MarylandOctober 13, 2014
The Baltimore Sun reports that Anthony Brown leads Larry Hogan by 7 points with a Sunday front page headline ” Brown Holds Tenuous Lead”. The Sunpaper polls are notorious for underestimating the black voter turnout in Maryland thus overestimating the Republican poll numbers. The Sun underlines the purpose of its questionable poll with a lead editorial “Hogan Has A Shot” Really? Like maybe a shot in the dark.. The Washington Posts more accurate polling sampling indicates that Brown is leading by 9 points and points out in its endorsement editorial that ” Mr. Brown is the more serious and substantial candidate. He has a better grasp of how to operate the levers of government and how to bolster Marylands competitiveness while tending to basic needs””