ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Governor Larry Hogan is speaking out about the 2016 presidential election. He says he doesn’t know who he will vote for come election day, but it will not be Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.

Governor Hogan says he’s not thrilled about either candidate and won’t let party politics stand in the way of his judgment.

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“There’s no way I can vote for Hillary Clinton. But in good conscience, I wasn’t a supporter of Donald Trump, either. I don’t think either party has put up the best candidates. I’m a little frustrated and sort of disgusted with national politics these days. I’m trying to stay focused on Maryland,” Gov. Hogan said.

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According to The Washington Post, Hogan says that come election day: “I guess when I get behind the curtain I’ll have to figure it out. Maybe write someone in. I’m not sure.”

Governor Hogan endorsed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for president, but Christie dropped out of the race.

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Hogan says he will not be attending the Republican National Convention later this month in Cleveland.