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Maryland Gubernatorial 12

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As a result of the November 4, 2014 General Election, Lawrence J. "Larry" Hogan was elected Governor of the State of Maryland. Hogan, along with his running-mate for Lieutenant Governor, Boyd Rutherford, received 884,400 votes, or 51.0% of the total number of votes cast. The team of Anthony Brown and his running-mate, Ken Ulman, received 818,890, or 47.2%. The Libertarian candidate, Shawn Quinn, and his running-mate, Lorenzo Gaztanaga, received 25,382 votes, or 1.5%.

Lawrence J. "Larry" Hogan, Jr. is Republican businessman from Prince Georges County. He ran a very competitive, but eventually unsuccessful campaign for Congress in 1992 against the Democratic incumbent, Steny Hoyer. Hogan served as a Cabinet Secretary in the Governor Robert Ehrlich's administration from 2003 to 2007. In 2011, he founded a grassroots organization known as "Change Maryland." The primary purpose of "Change Maryland" is to promote fiscal responsibility within Maryland state government. His father, Lawrence G. Hogan, described elsewhere on this website served in the U.S. Congress from 1969 to 1975 and in 1974 was an unsuccessful candidate for the Republican Gubernatorial nomination, losing to Louise Gore. In January 2014 Hogan, Jr. announced his candidacy for Governor of Maryland. Hogan's running-mate for Lieutenant Governor, Boyd Rutherford, is an attorney who previously served in the administration of Governor Robert Ehrlich. On June 24, 2014 Hogan defeated three other candidates in the Republican primary and went onto win the November 2014 General Election.

The "Change Maryland" lapel pin depicted here was given to the author of this website by the candidate's wife, Yumi Hogan, at the Maryland Municipal League Convention on June 10, 2014.

Larry Hogan is the sixty-second Governor of Maryland. The “62” button depicted here was given out at the Inaugural Ball in Baltimore on the evening of Hogan’s Inauguration, January 21, 2015. The Inauguration Badge was issued to members of the press and other officials by the Maryland Capitol Police/ Department of General Services for events surrounding the January 21, 2015 inauguration of Larry Hogan.

Lieutenant Governor Anthony G. Brown announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Governor on May 10, 2013. Brown was elected Lieutenant Governor under Martin O'Malley in 2006 and re-elected in 2010. He had previously served in the Maryland House of Delegates from 1999. His running-mate for Lieutenant Governor was Howard County Executive Ken Ulman. Ulman was elected to that office in 2006, and re-elected County Executive in 2010. On June 24, 2014 Brown defeated five other candidates in the Democratic primary. He lost to the Republican candidate, Larry Hogan, in the November 4, 2014 General Election.


Al Feldstein

Al Feldstein

A button that depicts both running-mates in an election is known as a "jugate". The jugate depicting both Larry Hogan and Boyd Rutherford was provided to me for this website by the Maryland Republican Party. The “62” button was secured for me by Steven J. McAdams. The jugate button depicting both Anthony Brown and Ken Ulman was provided to me for this historical website by Christopher Uhl.

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LaVale, Maryland

Campaign paraphernalia, Maryland, History


Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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