Media Coverage for CfM 25th Annual Legislative Breakfast

Media coverage and news articles from our 25th Annual #CfMBreakfast


Election results aside, Hogan told those at the Committee for Montgomery’s annual legislative breakfast that he needs the support of county business and political leadership.
The problems that face us are great. But so is our resolve to fix them and to succeed. I’m going to need all of your help,” Hogan told the crowd. “It doesn’t matter what your party affiliation is or what part of the state you’re from or if you voted for me or not, we are all going to have to work together to turn our great state around.
Since Election Day, we have been poring over the state’s finances, and what we are learning is of deep concern. While there are pockets of wealth and growth in Maryland, particularly here in Montgomery County, overall our economy is stalled.
Restoring our economy begins with putting our budget in order,” Hogan said. “State leaders have failed to make the tough decisions and they’ve been making the wrong decisions for very long
Gov.-elect Larry Hogan is scheduled to give the keynote address at a breakfast gathering of government and business leaders in Montgomery County.
embed Block
Add an embed URL or code. Learn more.
Over 800 people attended the 25th annual Committee for Montgomery Legislative Breakfast on Dec. 12 at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center
Friday morning, the Committee for Montgomery will host Hogan at a breakfast for more than 800 county civic and government leaders. Leventhal said he knows where he will be seated —next to the incoming governor.