News Corner

Quiet Skies

By Ann Guthrie Hingston

Second Vice Chairman, MCGOP

Just a year ago, a handful of people living near the Potomac River in southwestern Montgomery County came together to discuss the increased number of planes flying overhead, causing incessant jet engine noise and air pollution.  There had always been some noise from flights over the Potomac, but now the noise was louder and occurring every 3 minutes, beginning early in the morning and extending well into the night.  Without notice, the Federal Aviation Administration had changed its flight paths for Ronald Reagan National Airport.  


Dr. Politics: Social Media

By Dwight Patel

First Vice Chairman, MCGOP

We all have a lot of fun on social media. Who doesn’t enjoy poking liberal friends with facts, and constantly putting them on the defensive? Of course, that’s fine if you aren’t running for office or planning to run for office. And while it’s important to concentrate on the mechanics of establishing a presence on social media, let’s talk about the not-so-pleasant downside of some of your past posts.


November Chairman's Message

By Richard (Dick) Jurgena

Chairman, MCGOP

As Chairman, I am so proud of the accomplishments of our Central Committee over the past 10 months.  While we have a long way to go to accomplish our goals of reelecting Governor Larry Hogan to a second term, electing at least two Montgomery County Republicans to the State Assembly, electing a county Republican to Congress, and electing Republicans to the County Council and Executive, I believe we have made substantial progress and are in better standing than we have been in years.


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