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Dr. Mark Plaster: Professional and Real World Experience for Congress

Posted: August 10, 2016 at 6:15 pm   /   Newsletter, Politics

By Deborah Lambert Born and raised in the Midwest, Dr. Mark Plaster married his college sweetheart Rebecca, and they went on to raise three children, who eventually gave them seven grandchildren. However, he is definitely not your typical politician and in a moment, you’ll understand why. Dr. Plaster’s campaign website explains that he spent most […]

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Montgomery County Republicans at the Republican National Convention

Posted: July 26, 2016 at 5:55 pm   /   Newsletter, Photos, Politics

The Montgomery County Republican Party was out in full force at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland! Montgomery County Republicans served as delegates and alternate delegates to the convention, and heard from some of the most influential conservatives in the nation. See photos from the event below.

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The Tax Hike You Probably Don’t Even Know Is Coming

Posted: June 15, 2016 at 8:30 pm   /   Newsletter, Politics

By Del. Kathy Szeliga Candidate for U.S. Senate The tax man is coming, and many of you may not even be aware it’s about to hit your wallet. That’s because in 2013, then-Governor O’Malley and his friends in the state legislature passed a bill that would increase your gas tax every year. Since the time […]

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Creating Jobs in the 6th District

Posted: April 17, 2016 at 4:41 pm   /   Newsletter, Politics

By Amie Hoeber, Candidate for U.S. Congress Three weeks ago, Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) paid for a truck to circle the Maryland State House in Annapolis. The truck carried an enormous billboard that called on Gov. Larry Hogan to publicly denounce Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy. The childish stunt earned the two-term congressman media coverage across […]

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Kathy Szeliga Brings Experience and Dedication to U.S. Senate Campaign

Posted: April 3, 2016 at 4:39 pm   /   Newsletter, Politics

By Dan McHugh In the race for the open U.S. Senate seat left by the upcoming retirement of Sen. Barbara Mikulski, State Delegate Kathy Szeliga is running as a candidate who can get things done. Szeliga, who became Minority Whip in the House of Delegates a scant two years after joining the General Assembly, is […]

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