Governor Hogan’s popularity remains high but democrats say re-election is not guaranteed

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland– He refused to endorse the republican party’s presidential candidate eventually saying he would vote against him. But that appears to have only helped Governor Hogan’s popularity in Maryland where the most recent poll shows he had 71% approval rating from the voters. But the head of the state’s democratic party says it’s going to take more than popularity for Hogan to win re-election.