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As originally seen in The Daily Record on January 6, 2013:
“Corporations doing business with the Maryland government donated millions of dollars to a national organization headed by Gov. Martin O’Malley, even as the state awarded them billions of dollars in contracts, according to an organization whose chairman is expected to run for governor as a Republican this year.
As originally seen on Fox News on December 31, 2013.
As originally seen in The Baltimore Sun on December 27, 2013:
“Are Marylanders still happy with that bargain? Former Ehrlich administration official Larry Hogan boasts nearly 70,000 Facebook likes for his group, Change Maryland, which is dedicated to the proposition that the state has gone badly off track. Now he’s running for governor amid the broadest GOP field in decades. Will one of them turn in an unexpectedly strong performance and become the surprise of 2014, or will it be Delegate Mizeur? Has the pendulum swung too far to the left or not far enough? We’re about to find out.”
As originally seen in National Review Online on December 30, 2013:
“Since O’Malley assumed office in January 2007, residents’ electricity rates have increased by 43 percent, according to estimates from Change Maryland, a group chaired by Larry Hogan, a Republican who intends to run for governor. In comparison, electricity costs have risen 24 percent nationwide. Likewise, the Maryland Department of Legislative Services noted that while other states in the region saw average residential electrical rates grow by 34 to 41 percent between 1999 and 2013, in Maryland they increased by 49 percent. The average Marylander pays more than $125 a month for electricity.”
As originally seen on America Rising on December 20, 2013:
“A new report by Maryland Watchdog group Change Maryland documents how Gov. Martin O’Malley used his seat on the Maryland Board of Public Works to help steer a lucrative contract to a company linked to several six-figure donations to the Democratic Governors Association, while he served as its Chairman. The report notes that O’Malley issued “significant criticism” when other board members raised questions about the procurement process and the company’s legal woes:”
As originally seen in Watchdog Wire on December 18, 2013.
“While there has been a focus on Change Maryland founder Larry Hogan’s potential campaign for Governor, the group is continuing to produce important information about taxes, fees, and the cost of doing business here in the state of Maryland. Yesterday the Change Maryland released a report card regarding energy costs in Maryland. Governor O’Malley promised to lower energy rates for BGE customers, and he has completely failed in that regard.”
As originally seen in Patch on December 18, 2013.
“The group Change Maryland – led by Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan – on Tuesday blamed Gov. Martin O’Malley for rising utility costs, the Baltimore Sun reports.
A report card issued this week by Change Maryland said residents’ electricity rates are 43 percent higher now than they were when O’Malley took office. That compares with a 24 percent increase nationwide, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.”