Meet Stacey Sauter
I’m running to serve because I love the state of Maryland and have deep concerns about our future under the current Democrat-controlled legislature. I’m a proud, native Marylander who attended our public schools and Montgomery College before receiving my undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland in 1981. I’m a fifth-generation native of Montgomery County where my father proudly served as a police officer for nearly 30 years. Today I’m a successful businesswoman and a published author. My background includes a Masters’ Degree in Journalism from Columbia University and a second Masters’ Degree in Public Management from the University of Maryland (with honors, 2022). In addition to working as a TV reporter, I’ve held various executive positions with the GOP on local, state, and national levels.
Montgomery County was once synonymous with success. It strove for and achieved excellence in nearly every conceivable area of public and business concern. But now, our formerly top-notch schools are really suffering and only 41% of our state’s third-graders test proficient in reading and math. Montgomery County Police -- always considered to be among the finest in the land -- has been hit hard by the defund the police movement. Our homicide rate is about double what it was last year. We’re losing teachers and sworn officers by the droves, which makes literacy and security two major issues right now.
Maryland GOP Red White & Blue Dinner College Park
Brigitta Mullican, MCGOP Treasurer, and Main Speaker Kellyanne Conway
Former US Senate candidate Lorie Friend, MCGOP Vice Chair Dennis Melby and Montgomery County Executive candidate Reardon "Sully" Sullivan
Last Thursday night in College Park across from the University of Maryland the State Party GOP held their annual Red White and Blue Dinner featuring Congressmen, Delegates and State Senators, elected officials and our Republican candidates. The special guest speaker was the popular former head of President Trumps campaign, Kellyanne Conway, the first woman to ever head a successful Presidential campaign.
Her message was - the people are on our side, and we'll see a dramatic change in the Congress with the midterms. Great candidates will be able to fix a lot of the problems of the past two years, but we need to get out and vote.
Leader McCarthy's Commitment to America