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The Inauguration of Maryland’s 62nd Governor

Overcast skies gave way to big wet snow flakes as Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr. was sworn-in as the 62nd Governor of the State of Maryland today.  Hogan’s running mate, Boyd K. Rutherford, was also sworn-in as Maryland’s 9th Lt. Governor.

The official Oaths of Office were actually given in the Senate Chambers at twelve noon, and they were broadcast over TV monitors outside. All the officials and dignitaries then moved outdoors to the stage set up on the West Portico of the Statehouse. Immediate past-Governor Martin O’Malley and several former governors were on-hand to watch as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie officially presented the new Governor.


Larry Hogan, accompanied by his wife Yumi, took the oath of office from Mary Ellen Barbera, Chief Judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals, to become the 62nd governor of Maryland.


Former Governor Bob Ehrlich welcomes everyone to the ceremony.


Clockwise, from top left: SGT Louis Velez leads the Pledge of Allegiance; James Brady, Master of Ceremonies; Hogan’s daughter, Jaymi Sterling; Archbishop William Lori gives Invocation; Marshall Porter, son of new Lt. Gov. Rutherford formally presents his father.


Maryland’s 9th Lt. Governor, Boyd Rutherford, takes the ceremonial oath of office, and Gov. Chris Christie presents Maryland’s new Governor, Larry Hogan, while the crowd gets covered with large wet snow flakes.


Chief Warrant Officer Donald Teesdale of the Md. National Guard sings “America the Beautiful”, while the Bowie State University Concert Choir listens to Dr. Kwang Kyu Lee sing the Star Spangled Banner.


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie formally presents new Maryland Governor, Larry Hogan.


The Bowie State University Concert Choir, the U.S. Naval Academy Band, and CWO Donald Teesdale perform.


It was good to see world-renowned photographer, and  Canon Explorer of Light, Clay Blackmore.

It was good to see world-renowned photographer, and Canon Explorer of Light, Clay Blackmore.

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