In a letter sent Dec. 15 to No Labels President and CEO Nancy Jacobson, Hogan said he would step down from his role as co-chairman of the organization, freeing him up to land on the group’s presidential ballot line possibly.
“In stepping aside, it is my intent that new leaders, who can devote themselves full-time to the effort, will be able to take the helm to direct the No Labels political operation,” he said in the letter.
A representative for Hogan did not provide comment.
Hogan, a centrist Republican who governed over a blue state, has left his plans vague following his departure from the governor’s mansion. No Labels