Gov. Larry Hogan (R) took office Wednesday calling for a new era of bipartisan cooperation, even as he declared that Maryland fell short economically under the policies imposed by Democratic leaders.
The flakes began to fall just before the ceremony began, and intensified as Hogan — who had run for office before, but never won — stepped to the podium. “They said it was going to be a cold day in Hell before we elected a Republican governor,” he quipped, eliciting cheers and laughter.
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