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By Erin Cox and Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2014
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown has strengthened his lead in the fiercely contested Democratic primary for governor and enters the campaign's final two weeks with a 2-1 advantage over his closest competitor, according to a new poll for The Baltimore Sun. In the Republican race, businessman and activist Larry Hogan is running well ahead of his three opponents, the poll found. "These races have clear front-runners," said Steve Raabe, president of OpinionWorks, the Annapolis polling firm that conducted the survey for The Sun. While things could change, Raabe said, "there's no evidence right now that anyone is uniquely positioned to overtake them.
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NEWS
May 31, 2014
Republican Larry Hogan's second television ad in the governor's race criticizes the O'Malley-Brown administration, not his opponents in the June 24 GOP primary. What the ad says: The 30-second spot shows Hogan meeting with a group of people. He says, "Tell me, how many of you know someone who is thinking about leaving Maryland? Raise your hand. " All in the frame do. "Nearly half would leave if they could. That breaks my heart," Hogan adds. As the scene shifts to scenes of Hogan around the state, the candidate promises to focus on three priorities: "Jobs, middle-class families and restoring our economy.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser | May 21, 2014
Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan said Wednesday that he has cleared the threshold of $258,612 in small contributions needed to qualify for public financing of his campaign. By clearing that barrier, Hogan would become the first candidate on the Republican side to qualify for public matching funds in the June 24 primary. Del. Heather R. Mizeur of Montgomery County is receiving matching funds in the Democratic race. Under that law, only individual contributions of $250 or less are eligible for matching funds.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | April 29, 2014
Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan said Tuesday night that he would focus on controlling Maryland's spending before moving to roll back what he called the "40 consecutive tax increases" adopted under Gov. Martin O'Malley. Appearing at a Baltimore Sun Newsmaker Forum, Hogan told more than two dozen attendees reigning in the growth of government has to come before some of the ambitious tax-cutting plans advanced by his Republican opponents. "What we will first do is get spending under control," Hogan said, adding that spending has grown by $10 billion during O'Malley's two terms as governor.
NEWS
April 18, 2014
The Sun continues its 2014 Newsmaker Forum series with Larry Hogan, a businessman and former state cabinet official who is seeking the Republican nomination for governor. Mr. Hogan will join in a conversation with Sun readers about issues in the upcoming the gubernatorial race, moderated by Sun Editorial Page Editor Andrew A. Green. This spring, we have hosted similar events with other top candidates from both parties to give readers the opportunity to get in-depth answers to their questions about those vying to lead this state.
NEWS
By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | April 15, 2014
Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan has emerged as a major force in his party's chase for campaign cash, collecting more money since he joined the race three months ago than his rivals took in all of last year, figures from the campaign show. The real-estate executive and former aide to Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. reports raising more than $453,000 since he announced his candidacy for the GOP nomination in late January. And he has nearly as much cash in the bank as his closest rival, Harford County Executive David R. Craig, reported earlier this year.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 15, 2014
Danielle Hogan is deeply invested in Baltimore's food truck scene, recently taking on the job as public relations liaison for food truck festival the Gathering. And though she may have lived in Southern California and South Florida for more than 15 years, Baltimore will always be home. The Gathering, which recently kicked off its 2014 season, showcases some of Baltimore's best food trucks while raising money to benefit at least one charity per event. The festival (thegatheringbaltimore.com)
NEWS
By Michael Dresser | April 3, 2014
Larry Hogan became the first Republican candidate for governor to run ads on television Thursday as his campaign released a 30-second spot that is running on cable channels in the Baltimore market. The Hogan ad, which comes 2 1/2 months before the June 24 primary, continues Hogan's theme of his determination to "Change Maryland" -- the name of the conservative advocacy group he founded three years ago.  Hogan, a former Ehrlich administration official, makes the case that he can do that because he is not a career politician.
SPORTS
By Aaron Oster | February 25, 2014
On a night where Hulk Hogan returned to the WWE, a bigger return upstaged him: the return of The Undertaker. At the end of Raw, Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman came out, saying they had demanded a title match at Wrestlemania.  According to the two, the Authority had denied them that title match, but instead had allowed him to pick his opponent for Wrestlemania.  They said there was nothing else they wanted but the title, and repeated over and over...
NEWS
Erin Cox and The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2014
Republican Larry Hogan opened his gubernatorial campaign headquarters in Annapolis Friday night by reminiscing with his former boss, former Gov. Robert  L. Ehrlich. Ehrlich said he and Hogan met decades ago campaigning for Hogan's father, former Congressman Lawrence J. Hogan, “and then we went to the Republican convention to meet girls.”  He said he called Hogan out of retirement to work for him in 2002 because Hogan could work well with Democrats. Ehrlich joked that Friday night's event “was a like a reunion of the cabinet,” since Hogan was his appointments secretary and Hogan's running mate, Boyd Rutherford, was a secretary of general services.
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