GOP could dominate for decades if just three people could get along

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In the aftermath of the 2020 election, it was widely believed that the Republicans faced a fork in the road, one path to stay the party of former President Donald Trump, another to turn toward a new leader, perhaps governors like Florida’s Ron DeSantis, Virginia’s Glenn Youngkin or even Maryland’s Larry Hogan. 

Four years later, with another election looming, the GOP is now asking a different question: “Why not both?” 

Hogan, a popular two-term Republican governor in sapphire blue Maryland and frequent Donald Trump critic, just won his primary and stands a decent chance of flipping the Senate seat, and possibly the upper chamber itself. 

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