About a year and a half out from Maryland’s gubernatorial election, Governor Larry Hogan said he is staying focused on the state and its residents, adding that he will start to think about reelection in a year.
Gov. Hogan was asked about his 2018 reelection campaign during a stop in Silver Spring this week.
The state Board of Elections’ website lists only two gubernatorial primary candidates, a Democrat and Libertarian, but several other Democrats have discussed running.
“I haven’t seen everyone who got in there yet, but the latest polling shows that there’s about six percent of the people in Maryland that strongly disapprove of the job I’m doing, and it seems like everyone of them wants to run for governor,” said Gov. Hogan, Maryland (R).
The 2018 gubernatorial primary election is set for June of next year and the general election for November.