Governor-elect Larry Hogan talked on Monday about the bi-partisan cooperation of his transition team. (Michael Dresser/Baltimore Sun)
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan is traveling to Florida Tuesday for the annual conference of the Republican Governors Association.
Hogan is expected to speak at several events during the four-day gathering of the GOP governors, who are coming off a highly successful election in which Hogan's victory over Democrat Anthony G. Brown was one of their highlights.
The Florida trip will be Hogan's second out-of-state jaunt in the past week. Over the weekend, he was in Colorado for National Governors Association seminar for incoming state chief executives -- a nonpartisan event he said was particularly informative.
According to Hogan's campaign, his schedule this week will include additional seminars on such topics as health care, emergency responses and improving a state's business climate.