National Governors Association

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The National Governors Association (NGA) is a bipartisan organization of the nation's 50 governors. The current chairman is Governor Larry Hogan, Republican of Maryland, and the Vice Chairman is Governor Andrew Cuomo, Democrat of New York.

The organization was originally founded in 1908 as the Conference of Governors by Theodore Roosevelt.[1]

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