"The bottom line: regardless of recently inflicted hard feelings, it is time to get our act together; time to stop progressivism’s hold on our culture and economy; TIME TO WIN
"Thanks for reading."
Ehrlich spokesman Greg Massoni confirmed the authenticity of the posting but said the former governor would have nothing to add.
"He's just speaking for himself," Massoni said.
Among those on the Trump delegate slate is Senate Minority Leader J. B. Jennings, who represents Baltimore and Harford counties. Jennings confirmed Thursday that he is seeking election on the Trump slate after failing to win election in the primary as an uncommitted delegate.
"The process has worked its way through and this was the last man standing," Jennings said.
Jennings declined to call for Hogan to get on board.
"Everybody has to feel comfortable to endorse somebody," he said.
Other prominent Republicans on the Trump slate for the convention include U.S. Rep. Andy Harris; Sen. Wayne Norman of Harford County, and Dels. Chris Adams and Johnny Mautz of the Middle Shore and Mike McKay of Allegany County.
GOP activist Davis Bossie, who is challenging incumbent Republican national committeeman Louis Pope at the convention, is also on the Trump slate.