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Md. Gov. Larry Hogan Says He Won't Vote for Trump

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PRINCE GEORGE'S CO., Md. - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is finally taking a stance on the presidential election.  

The Republican governor has remained relatively quiet during the campaign season when it came to who he'd vote for in the general election. He has repeatedly said he does not support Donald Trump, who of course is the governor's party's presumptive nominee, but he had never before stated whether he would vote for him in November.

During a visit to Prince George's County Wednesday, Hogan answered the question directly, according to the Washington Post.

"No, I don't plan to," Hogan said when asked whether he would cast a ballot for Trump. "I guess when I get behind the curtain I'll have to figure it out. Maybe write someone in. I'm not sure."

According to the newspaper, Hogan also said he was not pleased with the candidates in either party.

The executive director of Maryland's Democratic Party said that Hogan should go further than choosing not to vote for Trump and join the handful of other Republicans speaking out against Trump.
 

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