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Here's what the media is saying about Joe Hooe:

"...his...novel immigration plan would give him a leg up. That plan is to charge undocumented immigrants and their employers each $1,000 a year for temporary work certificates."
The Washington Post
March 25, 2016


“Maryland Republican Senate hopeful”…with “…experience as a business owner…”
Inside Sources
Feb. 19, 2016

“On immigration reform, small businessman Joseph Hooe does not want mass deportation… ‘What I would like to see is an immigrant pay-to-work program whereby we require all 11 million illegal immigrant workers to purchase an annual, temporary right to work for $1,000 per year.’"
WBAL Baltimore
Feb. 19, 2016

“Hooe is simply being himself, rather than acting in the superficial, strategic way that most of us attribute to politicians.”
The Catonsville Times
Oct. 22, 2014

“Hooe doesn't intend to make his campaign about partisan politics.”
The Baltimore Sun
Dec. 3, 2013

“He's concerned about the state's working class.”
The Baltimore Sun
Dec. 3, 2013

“He is in favor of establishing youth clinics where young people can learn a trade and get help outside of the home.”
The Baltimore Examiner
July 30, 2010

“Joseph Hooe has always felt a heavy sense of responsibility.”
The Catonsville Times
July 17, 2002

“…A man who runs his own business by day and is earning his bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University by night, Hooe has enough worldly sophistication…”
The Catonsville Times
July 17, 2002