Hogan Casts Write-In Vote for Late President Reagan

Annapolis, Maryland (Friday, October 16, 2020) – Proclaiming he could not support Donald Trump or Joe Biden, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said today he voted for the late Ronald Reagan in this year’s presidential election.

Hogan, who is a republican,  has often been at odds with President Trump and is rumored to be thinking about a possible 2024 presidential bid.

Hogan said he voted by mail and wrote Reagan’s name on his ballot because he wanted to make a statement.  In 2016, Hogan wrote in the name of his father for president after deciding that he could not support Trump or then Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.


Reagan, the 40th president of the United States from 1981 to 1989, died in 2004.