SALISBURY, Md. (AP)- The governors of Maryland, Delaware and Virginia will speak together at an event next month in Salisbury, Maryland, and the organization hosting says its unprecedented for the area.

Republican Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland, Democratic Gov. John Carney of Delaware and Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia will talk at the Feb. 11 event hosted by the Greater Salisbury Committee. It will be held at 1 p.m. at Salisbury University’s Holloway Hall Auditorium, and organizers say it aims to promote bipartisanship.

Committee President Mike Dunn says nobody recalls the governors of all three states on the Delmarva Peninsula meeting at such an event in the Salisbury area. Dunn says the talk is designed to be casual and informative and won’t be strictly on issues.

The event, called “A Conversation With the Governors of Delmarva,” is free and open to the public but organizers are asking anyone who wants to attend to RSVP to Eileen at elenehan@greatersalisbury.org and indicate how many would like to attend.

The audience will not ask questions.

 

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