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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan discusses the budget debate in the final week of the state's legislative session during an interview in his office with The Associated Press, Monday, April 6, 2015, in Annapolis, Md. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, in his State of the State address in February, outlined plans for reforms to the state's legislative redistricting process. (AP Photo)

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Maryland voters' frustration with their state's Democratic leadership propelled new Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, shown above at his Jan. 21 inaugural gala in Baltimore, to an upset victory in November. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark)

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, left, applauds as Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan delivers remarks during an inaugural ceremony for Hogan at the statehouse, Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, in Annapolis, Md. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky) ** FILE **

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Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan vowed to roll back proposed regulations that would limit phosphorus runoff from farms, siding with Eastern Shore farmers who rely on phosphorus-rich chicken manure for fertilizer. (Associated Press)

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hunting: "I'm looking for the smartest, most capable, most experienced, most talented people we can find," says Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan. (Associated Press)

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Maryland Gov.-elect Larry Hogan said even he was surprised at the task he faces, including a $300 million deficit in the budget passed six months ago, (Associated Press)

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Lending a hand: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (left) visited Maryland to help fellow Republican Larry Hogan with his own gubernatorial race. Story, A12.

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Gov.-elect Larry Hogan of Maryland had a black Republican running mate, Boyd Rutherford, who is now the incoming lieutenant governor of Maryland. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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Democrat Anthony Brown, who is running against Republican Larry Hogan, has been lieutenant governor of the state under Gov. Martin O'Malley since 2007. Mr. Hogan has criticized that Mr. Brown will continue what he views as Mr. O'Malley's failed policies. (Associated Press)

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Larry Hogan (right) the Republican candidate for Maryland governor, has made tax increases of the past eight years such a large issue in his campaign that he has forced Democrat Anthony Brown to promise no new taxes in the deep-blue state.

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Maryland Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan fired at opponent Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown over the release of a convicted murderer from a Baltimore jail Friday. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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Larry Hogan, left, Republican candidate for Maryland governor, points to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as they greet diners at The Original Pancake House in Bethesda, Md., Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014. Christie, the head of the Republican Governors Association, is making his second trip to Maryland to help Hogan's campaign against the Democratic candidate, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

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'Baby steps': Maryland gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan, a Republican, said taking on the Democrat-led legislature would be tough, but "We're going to try to win the battles we can win." (Lloyd Villas/The Washington Times)

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Maryland Gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan during a Newsmaker interview with The Washington Times. Lloyd Villas/The Washington Times

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Maryland Gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan during a Newsmaker interview with The Washington Times. Lloyd Villas/The Washington Times

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Maryland Gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan during a Newsmaker interview with The Washington Times. Lloyd Villas/The Washington Times

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Maryland gubernatorial candidates Republican Larry Hogan, left, and Democrat Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown have a laugh before the Maryland gubernatorial debate at News Channel 8 in Arlington, Va., Monday, Oct. 13, 2014. Brown and Larry Hogan spent much of their second debate trading accusations and focusing on weaknesses. (AP Photo/The Washington Post, Melina Mara, Pool)

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Maryland Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan speaks with reporters as he arrives at a fundraiser event, with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, at Bethesda, Md., on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. Christie is chairman of the Republican Governors Association and came to Maryland in support for Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)