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Election Season is Here!

Republicans across the State of Maryland are ramping up for the election season. Click below to check out all the upcoming events.

Mike Hough for Frederick County Executive 42nd Birthday Fundraiser
Special Guest: Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford
November 4th, 2021
5:30pm - 9pm 
Clarion Inn Frederick Event Center 
Tickets: $42

Butch Tilley for State Senate Fundraiser (District 34 - Harford)
Guest Speaker: Harford Co. Sheriff Jeff Gahler
November 4th, 2021
Maryland Golf and Country Club
Bel Air, MD

Baltimore City GOP Lincoln, Reagan, Douglass Dinner
Guest Speaker: Congressman Byron Donalds (R-FL)
November 4, 2021
6pm - 9pm
Ikaros Restaurant 
Baltimore, MD
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Anne Arundel County Lincoln Reagan Dinner 
Guest Speaker: Congressman Devin Nunes (R-CA)
November 5th, 2021 
Bleues on the Water
Glen Burnie, MD
VIP 5:30pm 
Dinner 6:30pm
Tickets, Sponsorships and Program Ads available here

Cassilly for Harford County Executive Bull Roast
November 6, 2021
5:30pm - 7:30pm 
Fallston Volunteer Fire Co. 
Fallston, MD
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Talbot County Republicans Lincoln-Reagan Dinner
Guest Speakers:  Andy Harris, Kelly Schulz, Dan Cox, Robin Ficker
November 11, 2021  "Veterans Day"
Miles River Yacht Club
St. Michaels MD
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St. Mary's County Republican Central Committee Lincoln Reagan Dinner
November 11, 2021
Elks Lodge #2092
Checks payable to St Mary's County Republican Central Committee, P.O. Box 1925,
Leonardtown, MD 20650

Wicomico County GOP Lincoln Reagan Dinner
Guest Speaker: Pinal County, AZ Sheriff Mark Lamb 
November 16, 2021 
5:15pm VIP; 6:00pm Dinner
Black Diamond Catering Lodge
301 N. Fruitland Blvd
Fruitland, MD

Kane Becomes MD Chamber of Commerce President

“The pandemic has reminded us of the importance of our community, the need for strategic thinking and the courage to pivot when the need arises,” Kane said.

From Maryland Matters


The Maryland Chamber of Commerce has turned to a well-known Maryland political figure to be its new leader.

The chamber announced Wednesday that Mary D. Kane would become president and CEO beginning next Monday. She replaces Christine Ross, who departed over the summer after five years on the job.

Incoming Maryland Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Mary D. Kane.

Kane has led state, federal and global organizations, most recently at the U.S. State Department as director of the National Museum of American Diplomacy. An attorney, she also served as secretary of State in Maryland under Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. (R) from 2005-2007 and as executive director at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce from 2008-2011.

Kane also been a political candidate in Maryland, running to be lieutenant governor on a ticket headed by Ehrlich in 2010, for a legislative seat in 2002, and for a Montgomery County council seat in a 2000 special election. She’s also half of a political power couple in Maryland: Her husband, John M. Kane, is a former Maryland GOP chair who runs his own Annapolis lobbying firm, Aton Strategies LLC.

“When the search committee began the process to select the next CEO of the Maryland Chamber, we agreed that our primary goal was to identify a candidate that was most qualified to continue to move the Chamber forward as the leading voice for business in Maryland,” said Gracelyn McDermott, a vice president at Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States and chair of the chamber board. “Mary’s appointment will round out what is already a stellar team of professionals who are committed to ensuring that the Maryland Chamber is the premier business advocacy organization in Maryland.”

Kane, who has also served as president and CEO of Sister Cities International and chair of the Board of Trustees of Mount St. Mary’s University, her alma mater, said she was “honored and excited” to lead the chamber.

“The pandemic has reminded us of the importance of our community, the need for strategic thinking and the courage to pivot when the need arises,” Kane said.

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Chevy Chase Republican Women's New Members Event


"Four members of the Republican Central Committee members attended the Chevy Chase Republican Women's New Members Tea at the Chevy Chase Country Club, Chevy Chase, Maryland.
Peter Huessy, the President of Geo-Strategic Analysis for Industry, the U.S. Military, and Congress on key national security and defense issues as well as a host for forums on Capitol Hilltop security issues spoke at the new Member Tea at the Columbia Club in Chevy Chase, MD.
Peter talked about ramifications around the world of Joe Biden’s botched national policy decision that resulted in a failed execution to safely evacuate American citizens, troops, and military equipment from Afghanistan."


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