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November 28, 1999
The recent debacle about the Carroll County Republican Central Committee using a handgun to raise money offers further proof that indeed the inmates have taken over the asylum. Although they won't use the handgun literally to raise money, they intend to sell tickets to a raffle, and with the help of the Carroll County State's Attorney Jerry Barnes, only a certified law-abiding citizen would be the lucky winner. The Republicans would do well to consider that with the odds as they are in America, the gun that the law-abiding citizen takes home will be left somewhere in the home, loaded, easily accessible, allowing a curious child to harm themselves or another.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
Anne Arundel County's Republican county executive candidates will meet in a final debate on Friday night. County Executive Laura Neuman and state Del. Steve Schuh will meet in their third and final debate at 7 p.m. at Anne Arundel Community College's Florestano Building. Sponsored by the Republican Central Committee, the debate will be moderated by Nicolee Ambrose, Maryland's Republican national committeewoman. Questions will be posed by panelists John Frenaye of the Eye on Annapolis website and Barbara Cox of WNAV radio.
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February 22, 2004
GOP perspective on DeRan news While I congratulate Craig H. DeRan on his recent appointment to the Democratic Central Committee, to a large extent his appointment is the result of the Republican Party's success in Harford County. Mr. DeRan is actually filling the third vacancy the Democratic Central Committee has experienced in a little more than a year's time. In fact, a few of the former members of the Democratic Central Committee are now registered Republicans. During the same timeframe, the Republican Central Committee has had no vacancies.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
Arnold resident Nancy Weber hasn't decided whom she'll vote for in the Anne Arundel County executive race, but she knows one thing: "I'd like to see more Republicans in office. " Weber recently met Republican candidate Steve Schuh, a state delegate, during one of his door-knocking tours, and he said he feels the same way, responding, "Hear! Hear!" For that matter, so does incumbent Laura Neuman, who told volunteers at a recent pep talk in Severna Park that they need to stay focused on keeping Anne Arundel County government in the hands of the GOP. On paper, Anne Arundel remains a Democratic county - 42 percent Democrats, 35 percent Republicans, and the rest unaffiliated or belonging to third parties.
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Letter to The Aegis | March 27, 2014
Apparently, the list of filed Republican Central Committee candidates so threatened Harford County's delegates that they filed the emergency bill HB 1513 to "fix" the problem. Republicans from the grassroots to the Chair of the MD GOP have since voiced strong opposition to the bill. Voters elect Central Committees, so members are accountable to them; not to politicians. Committees operate independently of government, carrying out local party business, promoting the party platform, and selecting replacements for elected office vacancies when the need arises.
NEWS
July 8, 1992
Registration a successFrom: Helen R. FisterVoter Registration ChairwomanCounty Republican State Central CommitteeThe Republican Women of Anne Arundel County, the Young Republicans and the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee, in a combined effort, held a four-day voter registration at the Annapolis Mall the first week in June.With the help of more than 20 volunteers, we were able to assist more than 450 people who took the opportunity to register at this time. We wish to thank all the volunteers, and we extend special thanks to the management of the Annapolis Mall, who were very helpful and made it possible for us to furnish this valuable service.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | September 5, 2013
Del. Wayne Norman and Teresa Reilly, vice chair of the Harford County Republican Central Committee, have jointly announced their campaign for the Maryland Senate and House of Delegates, respectively. Norman and Reilly said they will run together in District 35, which encompasses parts of Cecil and Harford counties. The district has been redrawn since the last election to include western Cecil in addition to northern Harford. Some of the district's Cecil County areas were previously in District 34 and were represented by Sen. Nancy Jacobs, who is retiring.
NEWS
July 24, 1992
Road work beginsRestriping and parking modifications along Crain Highway, from Maryland Avenue to Fifth Avenue in Glen Burnie, will begin Aug. 10.Contracted through the Maryland Department of Transportation, the two-week project is divided into three phases, beginning with moving the center line and putting up new parking signs.Bay film completedThe Chesapeake Bay Foundation recently completed a 29-minute film about the bay for commercial and public television broadcast beginning this summer.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
Anne Arundel County's Republican county executive candidates will meet in a final debate on Friday night. County Executive Laura Neuman and state Del. Steve Schuh will meet in their third and final debate at 7 p.m. at Anne Arundel Community College's Florestano Building. Sponsored by the Republican Central Committee, the debate will be moderated by Nicolee Ambrose, Maryland's Republican national committeewoman. Questions will be posed by panelists John Frenaye of the Eye on Annapolis website and Barbara Cox of WNAV radio.
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Editorial from The Aegis | March 27, 2014
It's the kind of power play that crops up when voters aren't paying close attention. The Republicans Harford County elected to the Maryland House of Delegates have introduced a legislative measure that would give them standing in certain matters that are decided by the county's Republican Central Committee. Ordinarily, it's the kind of move that has all the significance of re-arranging the deck furniture on a ship that isn't in any danger whatsoever. The reality of local politics is that the county central committees have rather limited roles in matters of public policy.
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Letter to The Aegis | March 27, 2014
Apparently, the list of filed Republican Central Committee candidates so threatened Harford County's delegates that they filed the emergency bill HB 1513 to "fix" the problem. Republicans from the grassroots to the Chair of the MD GOP have since voiced strong opposition to the bill. Voters elect Central Committees, so members are accountable to them; not to politicians. Committees operate independently of government, carrying out local party business, promoting the party platform, and selecting replacements for elected office vacancies when the need arises.
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Editorial from The Aegis | March 27, 2014
It's the kind of power play that crops up when voters aren't paying close attention. The Republicans Harford County elected to the Maryland House of Delegates have introduced a legislative measure that would give them standing in certain matters that are decided by the county's Republican Central Committee. Ordinarily, it's the kind of move that has all the significance of re-arranging the deck furniture on a ship that isn't in any danger whatsoever. The reality of local politics is that the county central committees have rather limited roles in matters of public policy.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2014
Margaret J. Wimbrow, a retired Eastern Shore educator who was a co-founder of the Worcester County Republican Women's Club, died Sunday of complications from a stroke at her Berlin home. She was 100. She was born Margaret Coulbourne Johnson, the daughter of Oliver and Florence Dryden Johnson, in Somerset County near Pocomoke City, and later moved with her family to a home on Market Street in Pocomoke City. After graduating in 1930 from Pocomoke High School, she attended what is now Salisbury University, where she studied to become an elementary school teacher.
NEWS
November 22, 2013
Charles Lollar's long-shot campaign has been making a series of missteps, from issues with their bus , a website outage , to an out of control campaign staff , offending the developmentally disabled community and more. And the hits just keep on coming. Today the Lollar campaign sent the following message to Central Committee members: Hello Brian -- First and foremost I want to thank you for your dedicated service to our party as a Central Committee member.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | September 5, 2013
Del. Wayne Norman and Teresa Reilly, vice chair of the Harford County Republican Central Committee, have jointly announced their campaign for the Maryland Senate and House of Delegates, respectively. Norman and Reilly said they will run together in District 35, which encompasses parts of Cecil and Harford counties. The district has been redrawn since the last election to include western Cecil in addition to northern Harford. Some of the district's Cecil County areas were previously in District 34 and were represented by Sen. Nancy Jacobs, who is retiring.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | December 11, 2012
The Republican Central Committee of Harford County recently elected Derek J. Howell as its chairman and Teresa Reilly as its vice-chairman. Gregory Johnson and Sharon Price were unanimously re-elected as Secretary and Treasurer, respectively. Voting took place Nov. 23. Prior to his election as chairman, Howell told the committee that if elected he would "concentrate on uniting and growing our party. " According to a news release from the committee, in anticipation of being elected chairman, Mr. Howell prepared a memorandum for all Republican Central Committee Members, which, in part, contained his vision for uniting and growing the Republican Party in Harford County.
NEWS
November 22, 2013
Charles Lollar's long-shot campaign has been making a series of missteps, from issues with their bus , a website outage , to an out of control campaign staff , offending the developmentally disabled community and more. And the hits just keep on coming. Today the Lollar campaign sent the following message to Central Committee members: Hello Brian -- First and foremost I want to thank you for your dedicated service to our party as a Central Committee member.
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By Nicole Fuller, Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2012
Annapolis Alderman Kenneth A. Kirby will appear Wednesday night before the city's election board as the panel investigates whether Kirby, who does not have a permanent home, is meeting residency requirements. Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen has asked for both the city Board of Elections and the Office of Law to issue opinions on whether Kirby, a Democrat, is required to live in the ward he represents. The inquiries will also seek to determine whether Kirby lives in the ward. Cohen, also a Democrat, said he received several inquiries on the matter from the public, including the city Republican Central Committee.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2012
The incoming Cecil County executive's decision to switch her party registration from Republican to independent Thursday has become a major flashpoint at the state GOP convention in Howard County this weekend, exposing a gaping split in party ranks. Tari Moore, who was elected Nov. 6 as Cecil's first executive under charter government, confirmed Friday that she had changed her registration -- less than four weeks after winning election under the Republican banner and with financial support from the state GOP. Moore said she would give a full explanation of her reasons when she is worn in Monday.
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By Nicole Fuller, Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2012
Annapolis Alderman Kenneth A. Kirby will appear Wednesday night before the city's election board as the panel investigates whether Kirby, who does not have a permanent home, is meeting residency requirements. Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen has asked for both the city Board of Elections and the Office of Law to issue opinions on whether Kirby, a Democrat, is required to live in the ward he represents. The inquiries will also seek to determine whether Kirby lives in the ward. Cohen, also a Democrat, said he received several inquiries on the matter from the public, including the city Republican Central Committee.
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