2020 Election Results
Call The Election Now!
There’s a process for electing President, and here in Maryland we’re sticking to it. It’s not complicated and it’s spelled out.
You get to vote for
Final 2020 Pre Election
Choose Our Leaders, Vote, Vote, Vote!
Democracy, freedom, prosperity, and safety. It’s all on the ballot. Maryland is open and waiting for your vote – every day until 8 PM November 3. Make your voice count. In this general election, this federal election, your country needs your authority to choose leaders in the White House and Congress, Judges and important questions. Here’s another copy of our Advisory Ballot. It's who and what we support!
October Letter from the Chairman
Although election day is November 3, we Marylanders have been voting for some time. With absentee/mail in ballots and early voting the bulk of the choices will be cast before the first Tuesday in November.
Neil Parrott Campaigning
Sharon Bauer, president of the Montgomery County Federation of Republican Women, and Eva Gao door knocked for Neil Parrott. Neil is running to unseat David Trone in Congressional District 6.
To volunteer to sign wave, door knock, address envelopes or campaign text Sandy Tuttle at 301-919-7277.
9D Flash Mobs, Folks from the entire community, Republicans, Independents and Democrats are pushing for fair representation in this million-plus county.
With a new twist on an old theme, Nine Districts for MoCo “Flash Mobs” popped up at key intersections throughout the county during September and October to urge citizens to vote for Question D and against Question C. Hundreds of volunteers were buoyed as drivers waved, honked and gave thumbs-up.
Congressional Candidates Forum
The incumbent House members from Congressional Districts 6 and 8 and their Republican challengers will appear remotely at a virtual Political Forum sponsored by the Men's Club and Sisterhood of B'nai Israel Congregation in Rockville. It will run from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 18.
- 10:30: Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-8th District)
- 11:00: Aerospace Engineer Gregory Coll, Republican challenger in the 8th District
- 11:30: Del. Neil Parrott, Republican challenger in the 6th District
- 12:00: Rep. David Trone (D-6th District)
Registration is required at: https://umass-amherst.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIud-yrpzksEt2-di- gj5FTeanUHXULsNyf. You then will be sent a Zoom link for the event. Each candidate will have about 30 minutes to answer questions submitted by the audience. The event is open to members of the congregation and the community.
Headquarters for Signs
To volunteer for campaigning, distribute literature at the polls, pick up a sign or make a much welcome donation contact Brad Botwin, our MCGOP Republican Organization Chairman at either 240-447-1884 or [email protected].
Ask about our humongous TRUMP signs, 4 X 8 feet - so big you need a truck! They're HUGE!
We need Republicans to work the polls distributing literature for early voting and Nov 3. Can you do it? Call and volunteer.
MCGOP, 15833 Crabbs Branch Road, Rockville, MD 20855. (O)301-417-9256 Office Election hours Monday through Saturday 10 AM - 3 PM. Off hours call for an appointment.
Losing your TRUMP signs at night? So are a lot of folks, just take them in and put them out again the next day. (That way your neighbors will have to get their own!)
Republicans October 2020
Electoral College member Ruth Melson honored
Republicans turn out at Walter Reed
Editorials October 2020
WHAT THIS ELECTION IS ABOUT
By Anne Koutsoutis
KNELLING DOWN IS NOT THE WAY TO STAND UP TO RACISM
By Hessie Harris
FAKE HISTORY - WILL IT KILL AMERICA?
By William Richbourg
Chairman's Message 9-11
I don’t remember when political violence was part of the social landscape in America. Ballots not bullets was always the theme for our democracy. A change like that should give us all pause.
When the President gave his speech last month at the White House accepting the nomination of his party for re-election, many local Republicans were invited to attend. Certainly the elected delegates from DC, Prince Georges and Montgomery had a great turnout.
There was some concern during the speech, but
Now that the Conventions are over the real campaigning begins. Do you want to volunteer?