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Support Our Board of Elections Team!

Posted: September 27, 2015 at 10:01 pm   /   Chairman's Message, Newsletter

By Michael Higgs, MCGOP Chairman Our Montgomery County Board of Elections (BoE) team is suffering an unrelenting assault from the entrenched Left-wing establishment media and politicians over its well-reasoned decision to emphasize geographic diversity in the county’s early voting center selection process. At issue is the BoE’s recommendation to replace early voting sites in Bethesda […]

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An Embarrassment of Riches

Posted: August 7, 2015 at 10:11 pm   /   Chairman's Message, Newsletter

By Michael Higgs I had the distinct pleasure of attending the MCGOP’s debate watch party on Thursday¬†with over 65 of our friends and supporters. Aside from the excellent food and a great debate, I was so pleased to see so many new faces at the event. This demonstrates¬†that we are expanding our Party and bringing […]

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My Fellow Republicans

Posted: July 12, 2015 at 10:09 pm   /   Chairman's Message, Editor's Choice

By Michael Higgs I hope all of my fellow Republicans are out enjoying this beautiful summer weather and all of the fun activities we have to offer around Maryland. One way for you to enjoy the season is to join us at one of the many events around the County where we gather to spread […]

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Technology Has Changed Our Lives

Posted: May 18, 2015 at 8:00 am   /   Chairman's Message, Editor's Choice

By Michael Higgs Technology has changed our lives in so many ways in recent years. I can hardly imaging life without my smartphone and tablet. They are more appendage than tool anymore. Given the new paradigm of this interconnected world, we as a Party must make the necessary changes to keep up with the times. […]

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Time to End “Rough Rides” in Maryland

Posted: May 4, 2015 at 7:53 am   /   Chairman's Message, Editor's Choice, FreeState

One of the most basic responsibilities of any municipality is to protect its citizens’ public safety. Unfortunately, Maryland’s largest city has failed to do so on multiple occasions. Baltimore’s failures include not only the tragic death of Freddie Gray, but also the victims of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake ill-advised decision to give “those who wished to […]

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