Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot Disagree on Term Limits (VIDEO)

During a recent conversation with Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, a Republican, and Comptroller Peter Franchot, a Democrat, it appeared the two state leaders agree on a lot of state and local issues from a post-Labor Day school start to funding for Metro to liquor control.

But one issue they do not agree upon is term limits.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan told MyMCMedia (see below) that he generally supports term limits but, he also added, that Montgomery County voters should decide the issue for themselves.

Franchot said he does not support term limits, (see below):

The Presidential General Election is set for Nov. 8 and Montgomery County voters are being asked to decide if there should be term limits for the offices of County Executive and County Council. You can find out more about the election on the Board of Elections website, here.

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Sonya Burke

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Sonya Burke is the Multimedia Manager at Montgomery Community Media (MCM). You can email story ideas at or reach her on Twitter @SonyaNBurke.


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