You Can Call February Republican Month

It’s Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, Frederick Douglass’ birthday, and the month our great friend President Gerald Ford named February Black History Month. Add in Ronald Reagan’s birthday and it makes it a very special month.

To honor this, former Chairman Dennis Melby donated some memorable artwork to our local Republican Headquarters, great pictures of some of our Party founders. Committee Members Jamie Greedan and Matt Johnson were there to accept.

We'll post them in a place of honor. The next time you're there for a seminar, to pick up literature or chat  make sure you check them out. 

Helping the Next Generation Climb the Ladder

By Kathy Gugulis

Every January, the Montgomery County Commission for Women, a department of the county government, hosts a day-long conference to discuss issues and policies.  This year’s Women’s Legislative Briefing held on January 31 was different in two ways: It was held virtually and it featured two prominent Republican women, Amie Hoeber and Rose Li.

A Brief History of the Potomac Women's Republican Club from 1958 to 1973

By Carole Joseph and Gail Weiss

The PWRC was organized in April of 1958 at the request of Madelyn Allen of the MCFRW.  The organization meeting was held at the home of Violet Gravelle on Bradley Blvd.

Andy Harris Should Not Resign - An Open Letter

Dear Maryland House of Delegates,

I was so sorry to see your name on the letter to Congressman Andrew  Harris calling him to resign.  This correspondence is to let you know how very disappointed I and your other LD 17 constituents are in your decision to call for Congressman Andrew Harris to resign.  We are concerned that your call demonstrates a lack of appreciation for the First Amendment and failure to respect those who have diverse opinions.

Vince DeCain Honored

By Karol Smith

Vince DeCain has a long and distinguished record serving America and the Republican Party. He first became interested in politics when learning about the Presidency of William Howard Taft.

In 1960, Vince was charged with locating headquarters for the Nixon/Lodge campaign in Brooklyn, NY. 

About The MoCo Conservative

There is a clear lack of diversity of thought in the D.C. Metro Area. The advent of technology has made the cancel culture mob even more vengeful as Democrat operatives order their minions and tech soldiers to dig through social media accounts of suspected free thinkers and conservatives.

RNC Statement Celebrating Black History Month

From Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel celebrating February as Black History Month

Black History Month is an opportunity for all Americans to learn from the struggles, celebrate the contributions, and honor the legacies of Black Americans who have enriched our great nation. The Republican Party has always been the home for freedom and opportunity.

Saluting Montgomery County Business

Novavax is a Gaithersburg company developing a new COVID-19 vaccine. Latest tests show close to a 90% effectiveness rate. To meet projected demand over 400 new jobs are being created. Congratulations to our county residents working in this important endeavor.

Black Mothers Speak Out

By Ann Guthrie Hingston

While a Black death at the hands of police is the subject of national outrage, the numerous Black deaths that occur every day in our communities are ignored. The victims are often children, and their mothers are seldom given a platform to voice their opinions.

Lunar New Year 2021

By Josephine Wang

As we say adieu to the Year of the Rat, thé Ox arrived on February 12 with new hope and refreshed purpose. While we don’t dwell in the past, we certainly can look into the future with wisdom from lessons learned.

MCGOP has been celebrating this tradition for the past four years, usually with a banquet at The New Fortune restaurant in the middle of Montgomery County.

Montgomery County Republican Party