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Former Governor Steps Down from Board Position in Possible Sign He’s Running for President

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Larry Hogan, former Maryland governor and a critic of Donald Trump, resigned from leading the third-party movement No Labels, potentially signaling a presidential run.

No Labels seeks ballot access nationwide, causing concern among Democrats and Trump critics.

Hogan aims for new leaders to direct the group’s political operation. No Labels plans to decide on a presidential ticket this spring, with former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Joe Manchin considering involvement. (Trending: GOP Rep. Mace Clashes Directly With Hunter Biden At Hearing)

Hogan wrote, “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.”

Christie, a former Trump critic, is being urged to run on the No Labels ticket.

Former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman said, Chris Christie is “the kind of candidate No Labels is looking for.”

“I’d like to reach out to him and see if he, Gov. Christie, is at all interested in being on a bipartisan No Labels Unity ticket this year,” he continued.

“He could be a very strong candidate,” said Lieberman.

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