Gov. Larry Hogan has staked out a reputation as a fiscal conservative, but he spent Tuesday morning doling out liberal portions of chicken-and-rice casserole at Our Daily Bread in Baltimore.
The Republican governor joined Democratic Comptroller Peter Franchot and both of their wives as volunteers on the serving line at the Catholic Charities food program in a bipartisan show of Thanksgiving spirit.
As Hogan and Franchot's wife, Anne Maher, spooned generous portions of the main course onto diners' plates, first lady Yumi Hogan measured out small portions of mixed vegetables.
"They were skimping on the veggies for our folks, but they had plenty of chicken and rice....