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Hogan Entering New Hampshire Primary Fray to Stump for Christie

Photo by Walter Burns
Photo by Walter Burns

Gov. Larry Hogan will be among the pols gathering in New Hampshire this weekend as candidates look to make a final push to voters ahead of Tuesday’s primary.

What Does Larry Hogan See in Chris Christie?



Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has declared his favorite for the 2016 presidential race–and, to be honest, his choice is a little odd.

There’s One Thing Martin O’Malley and Chris Christie Agree On (Besides Bruce Springsteen)

Martin O’Malley and Chris Christie

Besides their mutual adoration of Bruce Springsteen, there isn’t much that Maryland’s Martin O’Malley and New Jersey’s Chris Christie agree on. They’re mainstream politics’ yin and yang. So what issue unites these two starkly different partisans? Drones. You know, those less-than-accurate unmanned aerial vehicles that rain death on distant, and sometimes innocent, targets? Well, both O’Malley and Christie would love to see a test-site for them in the general area, so they’ve teamed up with Virginia’s governor to push the FAA to establish one.

Is There Anyone Who Still Thinks This Guy Doesn’t Want to Be President?


Gov. Martin O’Malley continued his recent foray into the national political spotlight with an Obama-cheering, GOP-bashing interview on Bob Schieffer’s Face the Nation, appearing right after his New Jersey nemesis, Gov. Chris Christie. (By the way, these two have the makings of a great rivalry: Christie vetoed New Jersey’s same-sex marriage bill just as O’Malley was midwife to one for Maryland. Plus, both their names are alliterative.)

O’Malley’s presidential aspirations are so obvious by now, I wouldn’t be surprised if the governor has “2016” tattooed over his heart. To his credit, he’s given us reason to believe he could thrive in national politics: he knows how to deliver a sharp political jab. When asked for his take on Rick Santorum calling President Obama a “snob” for wanting everyone to have a college education, O’Malley responded, “There’s much that Rick Santorum says that I don’t really get.” Ohhh. Burn. Of course, with all of the wild stuff that Santorum says — like how he “almost threw up” when he read John F. Kennedy’s famous 1960 speech on the separation of church and state — it’s maybe not that hard to just give him enough rope, and let his own outlandish comments do the hanging.

What do you think? Will O’Malley “march” his way to Washington in four years?