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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he voted for Ronald Reagan in 2020 election

Hogan, who is term-limited, has said he will consider running for president in 2024.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he voted for the late Ronald Reagan for president, instead of President Donald Trump.

The Washington Post reported Friday that Hogan told the newspaper in an interview that he cast his ballot by mail last week for the former president as a write-in candidate.

As a moderate Republican in a heavily Democratic state, Hogan hasn’t been reluctant to criticize Trump. The governor voted for his father, Larry Hogan Sr., for president instead of Trump in 2016.

A poll this month by Goucher College found that Democrat Joe Biden was leading Trump in Maryland 61% to 30%.

Hogan, who is term-limited, has said he will consider running for president in 2024.

The State of Maryland allows voters to register online through the Maryland Online Voter Registration System or by submitting a voter registration application to their local board of elections or the State Board of Elections. Voter registration closes on Oct. 13.

You may also register to vote on Election Day. To do so, go to an early voting center or an Election Day voting center in the county where you live and bring a document that proves your residency.

More information about registering to vote in Maryland can be found here.

The 2020 General Election is on Nov. 3. In D.C., Maryland and Virginia, the deadline to register to vote is Oct. 13 – although D.C. and Maryland both allow same-day registration on Election Day.

You can register at Vote.org and get all the latest information. Or click here to check your status.

Early Voting Dates:

  • Virginia Early Voting:  Sept. 18 - Oct 31
  • District of Columbia Early Voting: Oct. 27- Nov. 2
  • Maryland Early Voting: October 26 - Nov. 2

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