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Governor Hogan announces full funding for a new Potomac River crossing to replace the Harry W. Nice Memorial BridgeNovember 21, 2016
Construction will begin in 2020 and the new bridge will open in 2023 - a full seven years before the legislature's plan.
Governor Hogan announces that all Maryland public schools will start after Labor Day in 2017August 31, 2016
Governor Hogan, listening to an overwhelming majority of Marylanders issued an executive order requring public schools to start after Labor Day and end by June 15th.
Governor Hogan eliminates 155 MORE feesMay 11, 2016
Governor Hogan announces the reduction and elimination of 155 fees, saving Marylanders an additional $60 million over the next five years.
Improving Government EfficiencyMay 10, 2016
Governor Hogan appoints Senator Robert Neall to lead a multi-year effort to optimize government departments and agencies within the executive branch.
Maryland Adds 19,300 Jobs in MarchApril 15, 2016
Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) announced today that Maryland added 19,300 jobs in March. Over the past year, Maryland has added 63,200 new jobs.
Governor Hogan signs Justice Reinvestment ActApril 12, 2016
POLL: Hogan’s Approval Rating Highest For Md. Governor Since 1998April 6, 2016
Governor Hogan's Budget PassedMarch 23, 2016
The legislature passes Governor Hogan's $42 billion budget two-weeks early and nearly unanimously.
Governor Hogan Introduces Legislation to Eliminate Gerrymandering in MarylandJanuary 26, 2016
Revitalizing BaltimoreJanuary 6, 2016
New city and state partnership will demolish thousands of vacant homes and replace them with green space, affordable housing, and retail – creating a stronger foundation for redevelopment and reinvestment in the city.
Cancer FreeNovember 16, 2015
Governor Hogan announces that after 18-weeks of intense chemotherapy, he is 100 percent cancer free.
Largest tax refund in Maryland historySeptember 28, 2015
$200 million returned to over 55,000 taxpayers.
Blessed by Pope FrancisSeptember 24, 2015
Governor Hogan received a special blessing from Pope Francis on behalf of cancer patients.
Maryland's economy adds 50,000 jobs since JanuarySeptember 21, 2015
Budget SurplusSeptember 3, 2015
Maryland finishes FY 2015 with an estimated $295 million surplus
Ending gerrymanderingAugust 6, 2015
Created a bipartisan commission to reform how Congressional and Legislative district maps are drawn.
Investing in TransportationJune 25, 2015
Nearly $2 billion in transportation investment to fix every single structurally deficient bridge and move forward on every single top-priority road project in every single jurisdiction in the state – 84 projects statewide – and state investment in the Purple Line.
Cancer DiagnosisJune 23, 2015
Governor Hogan announces that he was diagnosed with with late stage 3 non-Hodgkin lymphoma, an aggressive form of lymph node cancer.
Rain tax mandate repealed.May 12, 2015
Budget PassedApril 13, 2015
Final budget passes, changing the trajectory of the state by protecting taxpayers and focusing state spending on priorities. The budget reined in spending, cut taxes, and invested record levels in education.
First Legislation Package UnveiledFebruary 4, 2015
Governor Hogan unveils legislative package including rain tax repeal, exemption for military retirement income, hometown heroes tax exclusion, personal property tax exemption for small business, and automatic gas tax increase repeal.
First Budget IntroducedJanuary 22, 2015
January 22, 2015, Governor Hogan introduces Balanced Today, Balanced Tomorrow Budget including record K-12 school funding
Governor Hogan's InaugurationJanuary 21, 2015
Hogan Wins!November 4, 2014
In a historic upset, Larry Hogan defeats Anthony Brown and is elected Maryland’s 62nd Governor.
Hogan vs. Brown - A Toss-UpNovember 2, 2014
The Washington Post declares the race between Anthony Brown and Larry Hogan a "toss-up."
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie comes to Maryland and pledges support to Larry Hogan.November 1, 2014
Hogan Wins PrimaryJune 24, 2014
Larry Hogan wins the Republican nomination to become Maryland's next Governor.
Hogan-Rutherford Team AnnouncedJanuary 29, 2014
Larry Hogan announces that Boyd Rutherford, former assistant secretary for administration for the U.S. Department of Agriculture under President George W. Bush, will be his running mate.
Hogan Launches CampaignJanuary 21, 2014
Anne Arundel County businessman and Chairman of Change Maryland, Larry Hogan, officially announces his candidacy for Governor of Maryland.