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Have You Signed Up to Help Between Now and Election Day?

Posted: October 20, 2012 at 5:53 am   /   Chairman's Message, Elections

With just over two weeks to go before the election, now is the time to volunteer in support of your convictions. We are down to the wire for this all important election and this time we need to put a face on the Republican Party in this county. We are asking that you be that […]

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Where Will New Jobs Come From? The Election’s Central Question

Posted: October 13, 2012 at 7:53 am   /   Chairman's Message, Elections, Employment

Sometimes, the closer to Election Day we come, the more heated the language.  While some Americans are actually under fire in Afghanistan, the hyperbolic rhetoric about a “Republican War on Women” is simply silly.  Seriously, a WAR?  And then the media works itself into a lather cycling and recycling diversionary “gotcha” video clips of the […]

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Montgomery Republican Central Committee Takes Position on Ballot Referendums

Posted: September 27, 2012 at 7:29 pm   /   Central Committee

At a September 25th meeting of the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee, the party took the following positions on ballot referendums: Statewide Questions   Question 3: Constitutional Amendment – Suspension and Removal of Elected Officials MCGOP For the Constitutional Amendment Question 4: Referendum Petition  Public Institutions of Higher Education – Tuition Rates MCGOP Against the […]

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“I See Dead People” – Maryland’s Voter Fraud Problem

Posted: September 15, 2012 at 7:53 am   /   Chairman's Message, Elections, Maryland, Voter Fraud

Maryland’s 1st Congressional District Democratic, Wendy Rosen, withdrew from the race this past week after it was revealed that she had voted in the 2006 and 2008 elections once in Maryland, where she’s a registered voter, and again in Florida, where she’s also a registered voter. As Gazette columnist Blair Lee pointed out yesterday, “Apparently, […]

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Martin O’Malley’s PEPCO Failures

Posted: July 7, 2012 at 7:53 am   /   Chairman's Message

While large sections of Montgomery County were without power this past week, the Atlantic’s Gregg Easterbrook delivered a scathing critique of Governor O’Malley’s oversight of PEPCO, entitled “Outage Outrage: The Politics of Electricity.” “As for O’Malley, utility regulation is one of the classic challenges of government, requiring persistence and attention to detail. O’Malley might have […]

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