John Teichert Releases Statement on Hogan Entry

February 9, 2024 – In response to former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan getting into the race for the U.S. Senate, retired Brigadier General John Teichert, candidate for the U.S. Senate released the following statement:

“The beauty of living in this great republic that I fought to defend for over three decades is that we give Americans a choice about who represents us in elected public office. Since I announced my campaign in October, I have run on a motto of leadership, not politics, and that message has resonated with Marylanders as I’ve crisscrossed the state during these last four months. We’ve formed coalitions, received endorsements, captivated hearts and minds, and are still gaining momentum every single day. Marylanders deserve to have a choice and I welcome anyone to the race who wants to offer them one.”

Since announcing his candidacy in October 2023, General Teichert has received several endorsements from Marylanders and others including:

  • U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND)
  • Congressman Mark Green (R-TN)
  • Former Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford
  • Former Secretary of Commerce Mike Gill
  • Senator Johnny Ray Salling
  • State Delegate Stu Schmidt
  • State Delegate Todd Morgan
  • State Delegate Matt Morgan
  • State Delegate Wayne Hartman
  • Former State Senator Ed Reilly
  • Sheriff Joe Gamble, Talbot County
  • Sheriff Mike Lewis, Wicomico County
  • Sheriff Craig Robertson, Allegany County
  • Sheriff Matthew Crisafulli, Worcester County
  • Sheriff James Phillips Jr., Dorchester County
  • John Catsimatdis, Host of the Cats Roundtable
  • Denny Gillem, Host of Frontlines of Freedom

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2 Comments

  1. Amy on February 10, 2024 at 1:20 pm

    Are you financed independently of the GOP?
    Are you as likely to be threarened not to run via bribery and threats from the GOP?
    Is ther3 a way to donate tp your campaign directly?

  2. Eric Linder on February 11, 2024 at 12:11 pm

    Stay strong General! Maryland needs a true conservative voice in the Senate!

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