Gov. Hogan reportedly casts vote for Ronald Reagan
MARYLAND – According to the Washington Post, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan says he voted for the late Ronald Reagan for president this year.
Hogan told The Washington Post he cast his ballot, by mail last week, for the former president as a write-in candidate. As a moderate Republican in a heavily Democratic state, Hogan hasn’t been reluctant to criticize President Donald Trump. The governor voted for his father, Larry Hogan Sr., for president instead of Trump in 2016.
A poll this month by Goucher College found that Democrat Joe Biden was leading Trump in Maryland 61 percent to 30 percent.