Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan resigned last month from his position at third-party leadership movement No Labels, stoking speculation that the moderate Republican could mount a potential presidential run on the group’s ballot.
His resignation as co-chair took effect at the end of 2023, he wrote to Nancy Jacobson, the organization’s president and CEO, in a letter. Hogan did not share information about his future plans and praised No Labels in the letter, dated Dec. 15 and obtained by POLITICO on Thursday.
Hogan’s resignation was first reported by The Associated Press.
Hogan, who served two terms as Maryland’s governor after he was first elected in 2014, has often criticized former President Donald Trump. Hogan was term-limited in 2022 and was vague about his future plans, before declaring last March that he wouldn’t seek the Republican nomination in 2024.
He’s “left the door cracked open” for a third-party ticket run, though, he said in July.
No Labels has been seeking ballot access across