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Former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan Resigns from No Labels Leadership, Fueling Speculation of 2024 Presidential Run

Former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, a prominent moderate Republican critical of Donald Trump, recently stepped down from his role at No Labels, a third-party movement. This move has sparked speculation about his potential presidential bid in 2024 using the No Labels’ ballot line.

Hogan’s Quiet Exit

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Larry Hogan resigned as co-chair of No Labels without providing details about his plans in a letter addressed to No Labels President and CEO Nancy Jacobson. While he did not criticize the organization or its leadership, this development has raised questions about his political aspirations.

Presidential Plans and Ballot Access

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No Labels is actively working to secure ballot access nationwide, laying the groundwork for a possible presidential ticket. This initiative has raised concerns among Democrats and Trump critics who fear it could divert votes from Democratic President Joe Biden and potentially facilitate Trump’s return to the White House.

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New Leadership for No Labels

In his resignation letter, Hogan expressed his intent to allow new leaders capable of dedicating themselves full-time to the effort to lead No Labels’ political operation.

Ballot Access in Maryland and Other States

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Maryland’s elections official confirmed that No Labels had obtained enough verified signatures to appear on the state’s ballot. Thirteen other states have already approved No Labels for the 2024 ballot.

Decision and Nomination Process

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No Labels leaders plan to decide in the spring whether to nominate a presidential ticket and, if so, to select the nominees. Specific details about this process have yet to be clearly defined, and the group has faced challenges in meeting its timeline goals.

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Chris Christie’s Exit

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Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie recently withdrew from the race for the Republican presidential nomination. A vocal Trump critic, Christie struggled to gain traction in a GOP still loyal to the former president.

Potential for a No Labels Unity Ticket

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Former Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman, another co-chair of No Labels, expressed interest in inviting Chris Christie to consider running on a No Labels ticket. Lieberman believes Christie fits the profile of the kind of candidate No Labels seeks.

Manchin’s Consideration

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West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, a moderate Democrat not seeking reelection to the Senate, has also explored the possibility of running with No Labels. He is scheduled to appear in New Hampshire later this month ahead of the state’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary.

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Lieberman’s Appreciation for Hogan

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Joe Lieberman praised Larry Hogan as a “great partner” and expressed confidence in Hogan’s continued role as a voice for common sense and national unity, regardless of his next endeavor.

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