Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker is opening up following his decision not to vote for a president in the election.
Baker is just back from Florida, where he met with other governors, including Vice-President Elect Mike Pence.
Baker did not support Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton during the election and said it would be worse to say he had no comment about who he was voting for.
Baker says Pence made it clear the Trump administration wants states to have a loud voice in the dialogue going forward.
When asked if felt the state would suffer because of his public stance against Trump, Baker said he will advocate to make sure the state is treated fairly.