ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Governor Larry Hogan met with Governor-Elect Wes Moore, saying his administration would work to ensure a peaceful transition.
Hogan, a Republican, said at a media availability at the State House on Thursday that he and Moore, a Democrat, had a productive one-on-one conversation while their teams met. Moore said they’re already seeing how seriously the Hogan administration is taking the transition. Moore announced that Lt. Gov.-elect Aruna Miller would lead his transition team.
Last month, Hogan named Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford to oversee the transition and serve as chief liaison to the incoming administration.
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