ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP)- Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and members of Maryland's congressional delegation say they are unified in their efforts to draw a new FBI headquarters to the state.
Hogan and congressional members held a news conference Monday in Annapolis after a meeting. Maryland's congressional delegation is comprised of Democrats, except for Republican Rep. Andy Harris.
Hogan and Democratic leaders are pledging to work closely together to bring the headquarters from Washington to Prince George's County.
Rep. Steny Hoyer, the No. 2 House Democratic leader, says while Maryland's political landscape has changed with the election of a Republican governor, the November election hasn't changed the unitary of purpose they have to attract the FBI headquarters.
Maryland is competing with Virginia for the new complex, which would be home to about 11,000 jobs.