The next meeting of the Washington County Republican Club will be on Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 7 p.m. at the Funkstown American Legion (Ballroom entrance.) The Western MD Delegation will be our guests, informing the group on the latest legislative session. All are welcome, you do not need to be a member to attend.
REPUBLICAN ELECTION JUDGES WANTED:
The Washington County Board of Elections is looking to fill 12 positions for Republican Election Judges in this year's election cycle. The Washington County Republican Central Committee would like to see those positions filled with conservative folks.
The prospective judges will need reliable transportation, be able to stand for long periods of time, and be willing to travel anywhere in the county. The work day is about 16 hours, and election judges are not permitted to leave the polling place except in case of emergency.
I don’t say all that to scare anyone off, but it’s not for everybody. I just want people to understand what they’re signing up for. Election judges are paid $175 for election day, and $25 for training.
If you would like to serve the citizens of Washington County, and make sure that we have fair elections at our county polling locations, please contact:
The 2018 legislative session ended on Monday.
Good news: Some good bills passed the Maryland General Assembly including a group of bills that targeted crime, calling for tougher penalties for repeat violent offenders. A bill to enhance school safety and Governor Hogan's bill to give tax relief to retired military and first responders also passed in the final days of session.
Bad news: Democrats habits of abuse of power have continued. They overrode the Governor's veto on a bill that will hand over school funding to un-elected lobbyists. The bill was opposed by Governor Hogan, nearly every Republican in the Maryland General Assembly, and Democratic Comptroller Peter Franchot. Democrats in Annapolis also prevented further tax relief that was proposed by Republican legislators.
Beyond legislative session, Rushern Baker and Kevin Kamenetz continue to have problems with corruption in their school systems and Governor Hogan continues to have the 2nd highest approval rating of any Governor in the country. Governor Hogan's steady leadership will serve as a strong contrast to the ineptness of his opponent this November.
It will also be critical for all Republicans in Maryland to vote to elct more Republican Senators and Delegates to the General Assembly so they can sustain the Governor's vetoes on bad bills.
Lowe House Office Building - Annapolis, MD
Saturday April 14, 2018 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Lowe House Office Building - Annapolis, MD
Saturday April 14, 2018 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
The Olney Community Room - Olney, MD
Saturday April 14, 2018 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
BWI Marriott - Linthicum, MD
Tuesday April 17, 2018 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Brunswick Branch Library - Brunswick, MD
Thursday April 19, 2018 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Hoye-Crest - Red, MD
Saturday April 21, 2018 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Fazzini's Taverna Restaurant - Cockeysville, MD
Saturday April 21, 2018 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
The Clarion Hotel - Ocean City, MD
Saturday April 21, 2018 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Hood College - Frederick, MD
Monday April 23, 2018 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM
Rockville Hilton - Rockville, MD
Wednesday April 25, 2018 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
The Hogan Campaign is offering fellowship opportunities to politically active students and graduates who would like the chance to take part in Maryland's high energy 2018 election cycle. Participate will learn and experience hands-on essential tasks of a professional political campaign. They will have the opportunity to network within the Maryland political community and receive a letter of recommendation upon successful completion of the program.
Hours are flexible and schedules are adjustable to accommodate school, work, and family obligations.
If you know someone who may be a good fit, please have them sign-up here.
We don't need Rushern Baker's version of leadership!
Despite mounting evidence against Prince George's County Schools CEO Kevin Maxwell, Gubernatorial candidate Rushern Baker continues to defend him.
For the fifth quarter in a row, America’s 10 most popular governors are all Republicans.
That’s according to the latest edition of Morning Consult’s Governor Approval Rankings, compiled from online surveys conducted with almost 275,000 registered voters from Jan. 1 through March 31. See our methodology here.
The top four in the rankings remain unchanged from the fourth quarter of 2017, with Govs. Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, Larry Hogan of Maryland, Kay Ivey of Alabama and Phil Scott of Vermont enjoying support from at least 65 percent of their constituents. New Hampshire’s Chris Sununu and North Dakota’s Doug Burgum rejoin the top 10 in lieu of Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas and Greg Abbott of Texas.
"Governor Larry Hogan will have an enormous financial advantage against whoever wins the Democratic nomination and the two parties could be at rough parity.
If Hogan wins, it’s reasonable to assume that the GOP will continue to raise as much or more in state-level money as the Democrats during his second term. That would be a nice boost for the next generation of Republicans looking to succeed him."
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There's a reason he was nicknamed "Tax Man Gavin" during the campaign. This is the largest proposed tax increase in Annapolis in over 20 years and a broken campaign promise that he would not raise taxes.
Governor Larry Hogan:
"During my campaign for governor I pledged to work hard to provide well-deserved tax relief for our state's retirees. I said that I wanted to eventually reach the point where we could do away with income taxes on all retirement income, just as many other states have done - that is still our goal. And I pledged to start heading toward that goal by repealing taxes on the pensions of our brave men and women who risked their lives for us."
Maryland Republican Party
P0 Box 172
Funkstown, MD 21734-0172
Amerian Legion Post 211, 12 N. Westside Ave, Funkstown, MD 21734
The Washington County Republican Club generally meets the fourth Wednesday of each month, with exceptions possible due to special events and holidays. Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.
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