Larry Hogan’s online campaign presence begins to emerge


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, 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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  1. That same authority line also appears on the Change Maryland facebook page. Does that mean that Larry Hogan’s Change Maryland is no more, that it has become their campaign page on facebook or what? I somehow doubt that the 70,000 members of Change Maryland are all supporting Larry Hogan for governor.

  2. How come after chasing the Lollar campaign for weeks you don’t publish that Karen Winterling has just resigned from being the campaign manager?

    Plus other folks that were fans of hers have left also.