ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan said that he has not seen any evidence of widespread voter fraud.
He made the comments during an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union with Jake Tapper.
“The way our system works is we all cast the votes. We count the votes. And then we live with the results. I understand the frustrations and concern. If there is real evidence of widespread voter fraud than we ought to come out with it,” Hogan said.
When Tapper asked if he had seen any evidence of voter fraud, Hogan responded: “I haven’t seen any evidence. Look, a couple of Republican governors are the ones responsible for a couple of the states that are still in question. They haven’t questioned the results."
And when asked if Trump should concede the election, Hogan stated he should "at least acknowledge that he will."