As I wrote about over the weekend, Larry Hogan is announcing his candidacy officially on January 21. He has a campaign organization, a campaign chairman, and now he has the beginnings of a campaign website.
An email went out this morning announcing the campaign kickoff. The email included a logo of Change Maryland and Hogan for Governor and a link to Join the Fight connects users with hoganforgovernor.com, which is a temporary landing page that I expect to turn into a fully functional website after the announcement on the 21st.
After the full website is up I will be doing a full review of all the website for candidates for Governor and look at what they have done right and done wrong across the board. I doubt any of the candidates will have a disaster like the Charles Lollar campaign website had originally. Lollar uses NationBuilder, which is the same platform Hogan is using. I am sure the Hogan website, when finished, will blow the doors off the Lollar one.
Here’s the Hogan landing page:
Here’s the authority line:
And here’s the email that went out this morning:
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