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Central Committee Vacancies

Posted: July 1, 2017 at 8:06 pm   /   Central Committee, Newsletter

There are currently four vacancies for MCGOP Central Committee seats as follows: One At Large seat Two LD-20 seats One LD 18 seat Application Deadline:  July 28   Applications for these seats should be sent to Katja Bullock at katjabullock@gmail.com.   Interviews for the At Large seat and the three CC seats will be held on […]

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The Trump High Tea in Honor of President Trump’s Birthday

Posted: July 1, 2017 at 4:17 pm   /   Newsletter

A commentary on the first event of this kind in the nation’s capital. . . By Sandy Tuttle We walked into the Trump International Hotel, in awe of its beauty and grandeur on Sunday June 25th for an event to celebrate not only the recent birthday of President Trump, but to show support for him […]

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View from the Bunker

Posted: July 1, 2017 at 4:10 pm   /   Newsletter

By Jerry Cave CareFirst proposes to increase premiums by 52 percent in Maryland, delivering a hammer blow to the middle class. The chickens are coming home to roost, and this punitive poultry invasion is pure pain for American families. Obama lied about every substantive aspect of Obamacare, especially the costs which are soaring, not declining, […]

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MoCo Public Election Fund (PEF) Goes Live July 4th!

Posted: June 13, 2017 at 11:21 am   /   Newsletter

By Sharon L. Cohen The Maryland Board of Elections (MDBOE), Division of Candidacy and Campaign Finance and the Montgomery County Department of Finance (MoCoDF) have decided that July 4, 2017 is the first date that the new MoCo Public Election Fund (PEF) program will begin accepting submissions of “qualifying contribution” receipts from candidates seeking to […]

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Dr. Politics: Digital Campaigning, Part 1

Posted: June 12, 2017 at 9:52 pm   /   DrPolitics, Newsletter, Politics

By Dwight Patel Campaigning has changed a bit from when I first ran for MD House of Delegates in 1994. At that time, if I wanted to connect with voters, I had three options. Direct Mail, Door Knocking and Doing Media Buys. For the most part media buys are just too expensive, and when running […]

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