By Patricia Fenati Candidate for State Delegate in District 14
It was not typical for a woman to major in math in the 1960s, nor was it typical for a woman to serve president of the student body at a co-ed college. But there I was, the first female Student Government President at Jacksonville University graduating with a BS in Mathematics … And there I was again in New York City, working in the burgeoning computer industry, where I was usually one of only a handful of women in the room. But I loved what I was doing, which throughout my career included programming, consulting, sales, teaching and network simulation for large businesses, military and government agencies.
By Dwight Patel
Just because you send out an email to 1,000 people about your fundraiser doesn’t mean they will actually show up. In this issue of Dr. Politics, we’ll do a recap on the topic of Events.
When you’re having a fundraiser, you need to do a couple of things in the era of modern campaigning. One is to send out email invitations to prospective attendees. But don’t stop there. Take your event to the next level by creating a FB event and inviting your FB friends. You aren’t done yet – Just keep going. You’ll tweet out your event to your followers as well and have them re-tweet your event. Contact your party organization to email your invitation to their lists in your district.
By Martha Schaerr Candidate for State Delegate, District 19
In raising seven children, I’ve thought about principles and have created rules that Annapolis needs to apply to make government work better for everyone. I’m running to help Annapolis—and especially Governor Hogan—move Maryland in that direction.
One of these principles is fairness. Our family rule that “the person who cuts the pie gets the last piece” prompted very careful cutting and equal-sized pieces. In Annapolis, however, a few pie-eaters cut and choose their pieces first.
By Mark Uncapher, MCGOP Chairman
Those with a good political memory will recall Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry’s claim that: “I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it." The comment captured in amber a politician’s cynicism in trying to evade the truth and in trying to have it both ways on an issue.
Saturday September 15 th
Governor Hogan will be participating
Join Us in the Parade !
Other Republican candidates will participate. Volunteers are needed.
This Event has been Cancelled
Tuesday - September 25
Great fun at the 2018 Kensington and Labor Day Parades in Montgomery County
See some of the photos from both parades here:
Firefighters for Hogan
By Patricia A. Fenati, Candidate for State Delegate, District 14
An August 5th article by Jennifer Barrios in The Washington Post states that Montgomery County is planning to introduce a bill in the 2019 Maryland General Assembly to change the name of Montgomery County’s Liquor Control Department to the Beverage Services Department. Changing the name is thought to better indicate the new focus of the department and hopefully improve its image. The change in focus is the key direction of the new director of the department, Robert Dorfman, who was appointed to this position in late 2016.
By Mark Uncapher, MCGOP Chairman
While running to be Maryland’s governor, Democrat Ben Jealous has regularly promised:
“When I am governor, I will finally pass universal pre-K in Maryland. How will we pay for it? By legalizing, regulating and taxing cannabis for adult use.”
Join Governor Hogan in Kensington in the morning and then in the afternoon in Gaithersburg at Montgomery County's Two Labor Day Parades on Monday, June 3rd.
Sign up here to march with the Governor in Kensington: Click Here
Sign up here to march with the Governor in Gaithersburg: Click Here
See more information below about both parades, and who to contact to walk with MCGOP our candidates and Robin Ficker's segments in both parades.