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The Grand Old Party (GOP) meets in Milwaukee, Wisconsin next week to nominate Donald J. Trump as the Republican nominee for President.  Thanks to your support, the Montgomery County GOP Trump delegates will meet at the Fiserv Forum arena to express your wishes to help turn this country around.

While the Democrat nominee remains questionable, there’s no doubt we’ll put forward a tested and competent leader to restore our economy, our society, and our future. And when we return home, we’ll all continue working hard for our Republican slate here in Montgomery CountyDonald Trump, Larry Hogan, Neil Parrott and Cheryl Riley.

I appreciate your willingness to help, so please continue volunteering (this newsletter is full of opportunities to step up).  We’re working on the National and Local level for needed changefrom the White House to the State, County and School Boardwe're working hard for you.

On behalf of my colleagues: David Bossie, Bob Carey, Sastry Dhara, Ruth Melson, Brigitta Mullican, and Josephine Salazar, thank you for electing us as Trump Delegates to the Republican National Convention. We won’t let you down. 

Vikki Birkett

Trump GOP Delegate

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By Lori Jaffe

Last week we were inspired by the celebration of our country’s 248th birthday. At that time, our founders developed a list of reasons why they sought to be free of the King of England’s rule. In this spirit, and with apologies to Thomas Jefferson, we offer our own Declaration of Independence from the rule of Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich.


Weekly Report from Peter Huessy, President of Geostrategic Analysis of Potomac, Maryland, to the Montgomery County people

This weekly report is very brief given the 4th of July celebration. This report is on the debt incurred over the past four years and prospects for the next decade. Information is from Tom Moore and his Unleash Prosperity daily report with some small edits.

The Congressional Budget Office forecasts an increase in debt considerably more under Biden’s plans vs. those in place in January 2021.

In other words, the CBO now expects the debt to be $7.2 trillion higher than it had projected when Trump left office — all because of Biden’s reckless spending policies. And even though CBO sees tax rate reductions as restricting revenue and tax rate increases as always bringing in the anticipated revenue.


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