And who can blame him?
Governor Hogan, who has been pretty clear about his dislike for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, has also let it be known that he won’t be attending this month’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Instead, he will be attending the Tawes Crab Feast and Clam Bake, an annual seafood festival in Crisfield, on the Eastern Shore. Joining him will be Kathy Szeliga, a state delegate who’s also running for Senate as a Republican this year; so will Chris Van Hollen, Szeliga’s Democratic opponent.
“I think many [state Republicans] feel it’s a better use of their time to be in Maryland than to go to Cleveland,” lobbyist Bruce Bereano told the Washington Post.
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