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WCRC NEWS:

The WCRC will not meet in July, but will be supporting Paul Corderman, candidate for Delegate in District 2B at his fundraiser with Governor Hogan. Come out to Memorial Stadium on July 25th at 5:30 p.m. to watch the game and picnic {all you can eat} with Delegate Corderman and Governor Hogan. Tickets for Delegate Corderman's "Night at the Ball Park with Governor Hogan" can be purchased by visiting www.paulcorderman.com or by calling 240-381-3433.


The next meeting of the WCRC will be on Wed, August 22, 2018, 7:00 PM at the Funkstown American Legion (Ballroom entrance.)  Speakers for the meeting tbd. All are welcome.


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Volunteers  are needed to greet people at the Republican Booth at the Ag Expo &  Fair July 14-21. Please use the link below to sign up. Thank you!

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090c4fadaf2ca7fe3-agfair1
 


MDGOP WEEKLY UPDATE

The divide within the   Democratic Party is becoming more clear every day. In the past week, Joe  Biden endorsed Ben Jealous. There's only one problem with this: Ben Jealous   has the same policy positions as Bernie Sanders, and Biden hates   Bernie. 

Biden attacked Bernie on  his plans to increase taxes. Ben Jealous is proposing to raise taxes too. 

Biden attacked Bernie for not telling the whole story about his plans. Jealous has the same   problems. 

On top of that,   Comptroller Peter Franchot refused to endorse Jealous stating,   "Voters don’t want higher taxes, they don’t want higher fees, they   don’t want pie-in-the-sky programs that sound great." Franchot's  statement is in sharp contrast to DNC Chair Tom Perez saying that socialists like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez represent the future of the Democratic Party. Do you know what you're getting with any of the Democratic candidates other than higher taxes? Every single Republican candidate running for office is focusing on lowering   taxes, promoting policies to increase the income of average Marylanders, and cleaning up government corruption. 

There will be a clear contrast this November. We do not need to go back to the policies of Martin   O'Malley and then raise taxes even more than O'Malley did. 

Upcoming Events

Annapolis Yacht Club -   Annapolis, MD

Tuesday, July 10, 2018 @   12:00 P.M.

Red Horse Restaurant -   Frederick, MD

Thursday, July 12, 2018 @  7:00 P.M.

Chesapeake Brewing Company   - Annapolis, MD

Thursday, July 12, 2018 @  4:00 P.M.

Paradise Indian Cuisine -   Woodlawn, MD

Thursday, July 12, 2018 @ 7:00 P.M.

Green Turtle Restaurant -  Hunt Valley, MD

Wednesday, July 18, 2018 @ 6:00 P.M.

Municipal Stadium -   Hagerstown, MD

Wednesday, July 25, 2018 @ 5:30 P.M.

St. Leonard Fire House -   St. Leonard, MD

Saturday, July 28, 2018 @   3:00 P.M.

The Residence of Michael & Diana Epstein - Potomac, MD

Tuesday, July 31, 2018 @  12:00 P.M.

Volunteer   Opportunities

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



This week in the News... 

Governor Hogan had a busy   Independence Day. We hope you enjoyed the 4th of July!

"When we had the riots and all, [Hogan] he stepped in and made things calm,” said 69-year-old   Democrat Vincent Rhames, who voted for Democratic gubernatorial primary candidate Jim Shea at a high school in Northeast Baltimore.

“It seems like he’s been doing a good job, and I want to give him a chance to do more,” Rhames said.

"Without directly referring to Jealous, Franchot said voters want Democrats to offer them   something other than the type of expansive social programs Jealous is proposing.

“The don’t want higher taxes, they don’t want higher fees, they don’t want pie-in-the-sky programs   that sound great” but are too expensive, Franchot said."

Ben Jealous wasn't the only socialist who won last Tuesday... "Democrats have officially lost control of their own party."

  

>>     DONATE TO THE MDGOP TODAY! <<

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Patrick O'Keefe

Executive Director

Maryland Republican Party

www.mdgop.org

 

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Not Authorized by any Candidate or Candidate's Committee. R.   Christopher Rosenthal, Treasurer





CANDIDATES INFORMATION

CANDIDATE FUNDRAISERS

*July 25, Delegate Paul Corderman's Night at the Ballpark with Governor Hogan. 5:30 at Municipal Stadium in Hagerstown. All you can eat picnic, tickets $50. for adults, $25 kids under 12. To purchase tickets go to www.paulcorderman.com


*Cort Meinelschmidt for County Commissioner on July 27, 2018, 6-9 p.m. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Mauriello. $50 per person. Email cort.m@me.com for more information.


*Governor Hogan Luncheon for Amie Hoeber for Congress on July 31, 2018 at noon at the home of Michael and Diana Epstein, Potomac MD Ticket prices begin at $250. Call 202-246-7662 or email Rob@BayArmoury.com


UPDATE FROM 

TONY CAMPBELL FOR U.S. SENATE

 

It seemed like yesterday when we won the Republican primary for the United States Senate.  Nine days later,  we are gearing up for a competitive 18 week general election campaign.   I pray this e-mail finds everyone in good health and great spirit!

The focus is to beat Ben Cardin on November 6th and I know we can accomplish this goal with your continued support!

Here are a few ways you can help:

Action item #1 - Pray for me and with me.  For those of you who believe in the power of prayer, your lifting the campaign (and me) up in prayer means so much.

Action item #2 - Share the campaign digital footprint with your friends and family!

Successful  campaigns have an active social media impact.  Please share the  Facebook  and Twitter pages within your social media circles.  We are over 900  LIKES on Facebook.  Let's get it over 1,000 by this time next week!

https://www.facebook.com/Campbell4Maryland/

https://twitter.com/campbell4md?lang=en

 

Action item #3 - Giving Financial Support to the Campaign

Literature,  yard signs, highway signs and bumper stickers are expenses we must  incur to get the message of the campaign out to Republicans across  Maryland.  Thank you to those of you who have contributed.  If you have  not contributed yet this month, please consider sending in a $25 or $50  donation via the link below:

https://secure.anedot.com/campbell4maryland/donate

Action item #4 - Participate in a local campaign event

Every  week, we will offer retail political events where you can show your  support for Tony and our effort to beat Ben Cardin.  This week, Tony  will visit the Walkersville Carnival in Frederick County (Friday, July 6th) at from 6 until 8 p.m. and will walk in the Laurel parade this Saturday, July 7th (meeting location is with the Prince George's Republican Party at 6th and Montgomery Streets) at 10 a.m.  Parade starts at 11 a.m.

Parade walkers will receive a t-shirt.  We will have bumper stickers to give out as well.  E-mail us at campbell4maryland@gmail.com to RSVP for either event.

Action item #5 - Bumper Stickers and Lawn Signs

Name ID is how campaigns are won and lost.   I need your help getting the word out about the campaign and for people  to get used to seeing the name on the ballot.  Lawn Signs and Bumper  Stickers are crucial parts of the ground game.  Send your name and your  mailing address if you are willing to put a sign on your yard and/or put  a sticker on your vehicle.  Thank You!

Have a fantastic week.  Thank you for your help, support and friendship!  God Bless You!!

Blessings,

Tony Campbell


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