Special MCGOP August Speaker Event
You Are invited to a free Republican Talk in Bethesda
Thursday, August 15 - 2019 * 6:00 pm
Barking Dog, 4723 Elm Street, Bethesda in their upstairs private room
Maryland State Senator Bob Cassilly of Harford County* will be our special guest. It’s great when we hear the Republican perspective on the issues in Annapolis, and he’s just the right person to give it.
Each person may order and pay for your own beverage and food via separate check. The Barking Dog is a bar/restaurant close to the Bethesda Metro with public parking garages close by as well.
In June the Senator brought a ticket and came to our MCGOP Lincoln Day Dinner. When asked why, he said he was so tired of seeing how many registered Republicans there are in Montgomery County but all without representation in the House of Delegates, State Senate and County Council. He wanted us to know that indeed there were elected Republicans who cared about them and whatever he could do for us, he was there. How impressive!
This event is co-sponsored by the
Montgomery County Republican Central Committee
The Montgomery County Young Republicans
Silver Spring Conservative Happy Hour
Bethesda Conservative Happy Hour
Clarksburg Conservative Happy Hour
Montgomery County Federation of Republican Women
Chevy Chase Women’s Republican Club
Rural Women’s Republican Club
Potomac Women’s Republican Club
Upper Montgomery Women’s Republican Club
Montgomery County Republican Legislative Districts (LDs)
GOP AAA (Asian American Association)
Black Republicans of Montgomery County
*Senator Bob Cassilly of Harford County has been a Republican member of the Maryland Senate since 2014 where he has been a strong, vocal advocate for Republican principles. Prior to his election to the Maryland Senate, Bob served nearly 15 years in the U.S. Army as an Infantry and JAG officer. He served three years in Iraq with the U.S. Army and the U.S. Department of State and was awarded the Bronze Star. Senator Cassilly also held elected office as a Harford County Councilman, Bel Air Town Commissioner and Mayor, and Republican Central Committee. Bob has been a member of the Maryland Bar since 1988 and has a law office in Bel Air. He is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University and University of Baltimore Law School, with honors. Bob and his wife Deb have five children and five grandchildren.