Theo tin trong prweb.comNeal Simon, unaffiliated candidate for Maryland’s U.S. Senate seat, today announced his endorsement of Gov. Larry Hogan for a second term as Maryland’s 62nd governor.
ROCKVILLE, MD. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 18, 2018 Neal Simon, unaffiliated candidate for Maryland’s U.S. Senate seat, today announced his endorsement of Gov. Larry Hogan for a second term as Maryland’s 62nd governor. Simon issued the following statement: “I’m happy to announce my endorsement of Gov. Hogan today for another term as Maryland’s governor. From cutting taxes and fees, to investing in education and cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay, Gov. Hogan has accomplished a lot for Marylanders. And he’s done it by working across the aisle to find common ground. Instead of sowing divisiveness and conflict for cheap political points, Gov. Hogan has stayed true to his promise to govern from the center. He’s a true model for how to get things done.” A new statewide poll conducted by Gonzales Research & Media Services shows Simon has gained 10 points in the U.S. Senate race for Maryland, securing 18 percent of support from likely voters, making him the best performing independent U.S. Senate candidate in the country and the one with the best chance of winning. The same poll shows a rapid decline in incumbent Sen. Ben Cardin’s support, which Gonzalez’s research shows has dropped below 50 percent for the first time this cycle. Despite common misconceptions from the press about a lack of support for unaffiliated candidates, 54 percent of voters said they will consider an unaffiliated candidate for U.S. Senate; 56 percent of Democratic respondents also said they would consider an unaffiliated candidate; 30 percent of undecided voters lean to Simon. In comparison, only 4 percent of undecided voters are leaning towards Cardin and only 3 percent are leaning towards voting for Republican candidate Tony Campbell. For more information, visit http://www.nealsimon.com and follow on Twitter: @nealjsimon. Paid for by Neal Simon for U.S. Senate.