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.”
Boyds, MD – Robin Ficker, independent Republican nominee for Montgomery County Executive, released his first campaign video this week entitled "This Is Our Election." The video highlights his achievements as a lifetime resident of Montgomery County, including a 2008 property tax charter amendment and a 2016 charter amendment, which placed term limits on the County Council and County Executive.
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.
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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.
Quasi-socialist Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous skipped last weekend’s Maryland Association of Counties meeting in Ocean City, one of the “must show” days on the political calendar, to be in Frederick where multi- millionaire congressional candidate David Trone was handing out campaign funds, specifically, promising that he was “…stepping up financially to work with everybody in all our races.”
By Yin Zheng
On our first day serving at the GOP booth at the fair, my daughter encountered two little sisters. They ran by and one said, “Look, the GOP table!“ The other girl responded, “Run, they are going to kill you!”
This is how political freedom has been taught to our children in modern times. Isn’t it true that the beauty of America is that we can have different views, and people can choose to support their chosen party to promote checks and balances for the benefit of our people and country? No wonder I had a hard time convincing my daughter to wear a volunteer t-shirt with the MCGOP logo on it.
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By Ryan Gniadek*
In Maryland at-large, the upcoming election will be the most consequential in half a century. The opportunity to re-elect a Republican governor for the first time since Theodore McKeldin in 1954, directly prior to the redistricting process no less, will have an impact far beyond Maryland. Above all, the implementation of fairly drawn congressional districts will likely give Republicans 2-3 extra seats in the House of Representatives, which could prove pivotal to maintaining future control of the House.
By Mark Uncapher MCGOP Chairman
As Maryland’s attorney general, Brian Frosh has used his office’s investigative powers to advance his own personal, ideological agenda. While Attorney General Frosh is certainly entitled to his own personal opinions, he abuses his office’s power by directing its considerable prosecutorial authority at specifically targeting those he disagrees with politically.