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Gail Weiss, a Republican Central Committee member, was presented with the Chairman’s Award during the Winter Republican State Convention in December. Dirk Haire, MD Party Chair, called Weiss "a hardworking and model Republican leader", and praised her efforts on the County, State and National stage.
Where do we go from here?
I have to imagine that is a question going through of lot of Republicans minds these days. Especially Montgomery County Republicans who are outnumbered four to one and have no representation in county government. With businesses still shuttered, schools still closed, and facing the largest tax increase in recent history…what comes next?
The new year brought leadership changes to the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee with the election of Reardon "Sully" Sullivan as the 2021 Chair.
At the December meeting of the Central Committee two new members were elected to serve until 2022.
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By Matthew Johnson
I write to all of you, my fellow Republicans and members of the Party of Lincoln, with a heavy heart and deep frustration as to the current state of our party.
In light of the attack on the Capitol, I feel as though it is my solemn obligation to share with you, my fellow patriots, what unfortunately appears to be an unpopular opinion.
By Bill Richbourg
Before I proceed, let me be clear that the thoughts and opinions herein are mine and mine alone, and do not represent the opinions of any member(s) of the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee.
First, the events at the U.S. Capitol were predictable. There is only so much that human beings can take before they reach a breaking point.
By Dave Ramsey
“This morning, I realized that everything is about to change. No matter how I vote, no matter what I say, lives are never going to be the same.
I have been confused by the hostility of family and friends. I look at people I have known all my life so hate-filled that they agree with opinions they would never express as their own. I think that I may well have entered the Twilight Zone.
First, they came for the President of the United States
And I did not speak out
Because I did not vote for that President of the United States
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