Hogan is just too mouthy as he puts together his deal for a Trump cabinet post

When not attempting to beat Democrats, Larry Hogan contributes money to their campaigns. This 1992 editorial cartoon points out the electoral drama of the day. See more in The Story of The Rag

When not attempting to beat Democrats, Larry Hogan contributes money to their campaigns. This 1992 editorial cartoon points out the electoral drama of the day. See more in The Story of The Rag

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan wrote many a check for Steny Hoyer for Congress and then he ran against Steny Hoyer for Congress in 1992 and lost.

Hogan will support Trump after he gets himself a deal for a Cabinet post which will make Rutherford the first black Maryland Governor, which is still better than Little Anthony.

Politicians practice the art of the deal. Hogan is doing a tremendous job but his deal-making involves as much mouth as Trump.

Vote Trump.

 

 

Deal with it

Trumped

Governor Larry Hogan in Baltimore

Governor Larry Hogan in Baltimore

Brown vs Hogan graphic

Larry Hogan Jr., left in 1992 at a campaign event. See more of that election and over 200 great editorial cartoons featuring dozens of Maryland politicos in The Story of The Rag available in eBook, paperback and in Audible.

Larry Hogan Jr., left in 1992 at a campaign event. See more of that election and over 200 great editorial cartoons featuring dozens of Maryland politicos in The Story of The Rag available in eBook, paperback and in Audible.