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Hogan people's celebration made for average citizen
Hogan people's celebration made for average citizen

They came by the hundreds, wearing jeans and baseball caps, and rocked to live country music as they partied with the new Republican governor they helped vote into office. Dubbed the "people's celebration," the event Saturday night at Sailwinds Park in Cambridge was a more laid-back affair than the traditional inaugural ball held Wednesday for Gov. Larry Hogan. It was also a way for Hogan to show his appreciation for the Eastern Shore electorate, which provided some of the largest vote margins in his upset over Democrat Anthony Brown. Hogan became Maryland's 62nd governor and just the third Republican to hold that position in the last half-century. Hogan has said...

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