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Dr. Politics: So You Want to Run for Office in 2018

Posted: March 18, 2017 at 10:58 pm   /   DrPolitics, Newsletter, Politics

By Dwight Patel Congratulations on your decision to run for elected office in Maryland in 2018. I have run twice myself, and wouldn’t trade the experience for anything in the world.  The offices we need to field candidates for in Maryland in 2018 include the entire State Senate and House of Delegates as well as […]

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Legislative Report: We Killed HB 348

Posted: February 28, 2017 at 7:10 pm   /   Newsletter

By Liz Matory On Thursday, February 16th, the House of Delegates Ways and Means Committee heard testimony on HB 348, an attempt by Democrat Delegate Al Carr (LD18) to force staggered elections for the Montgomery County Council via a state constitutional amendment. The amendment would have placed a question on the 2018 ballot statewide to […]

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Asian Immigrants Testify Against Making Maryland A Sanctuary State

Posted: March 2, 2017 at 7:42 pm   /   Newsletter, Press

“Many eyes and ears were certainly tuned into President Trump’s Congressional address – and what a great speech it was — but what occurred in Annapolis last night is one for the record books,” claimed Dick Jurgena, the recently elected Chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Party (MCGOP). Yesterday at 1 pm the House Judiciary […]

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Central Committee Vacancy in LD16 and LD20

Posted: March 2, 2017 at 4:27 pm   /   Newsletter

The MCGOP currently is looking for Applicants to apply for our two Vacancies. Vacancy in LD-16 Vacancy in LD-20 Those who may be interested please send Resume and Cover Letter to Katja Bullock at Katja.Bullock@gmail.com Deadline for All Applicants is 3-30-2017

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MD General Assembly Delegate Carr (D-LD 16) Out of Touch with MoCo Voters and the County Council

Posted: February 28, 2017 at 7:14 pm   /   Newsletter

By Sharon L. Cohen Following the outcry of Montgomery County (MoCo) voters who just passed the term limit ballot initiative by 70% last November, Delegate Al Carr (D-LD-18) decided to withdraw his ill advised bill – HB 348 –that would have opened the door to staggered county elections.  Oddly enough, county voters have NOT asked for […]

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