DIRECT LINE W/Jason Trott, Deputy Director, Maryland Republican Party joins us. Jason will tell us all the cool and exciting things happening at the State Party.
Jason Trott previously worked in the office of Delegate Seth Howard, on Capitol Hill, and in the Anne Arundel County Government.
In 2018, Jason was appointed to the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee representing District 30. Currently, Jason serves as the committee’s youngest-ever Vice Chairman and Chairs the Political and Strategic Planning committee.
Additionally, Jason has volunteered on numerous Republican state and local campaigns in Anne Arundel County. He currently studies Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park. During the summer, in his spare time, you can find Jason cruising the beach in his Jeep.
Meet the Next Congressman from Maryland’s 6th Congressional District – Neil Parrott
By Adam Schmidt
Neil Parrott currently is the Republican who is running for US Congress in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District which represents Western Maryland and Western Montgomery County.
Neil currently is serving his third term in the Maryland State House of Delegates, who has always held the line on reckless spending. Neil is also the Chairman of MDPetitions.com which revolutionized the Maryland petition process and took three bad bills to the referendum, so that the people could decide. <READ MORE>
BIDEN HAS BROKEN A LONGSTANDING AMERICAN TRADITION & IT MAY COST HIM THE ELECTION
Mrs. Klacik grew up in Accokeek, Maryland, once known as the home of the Beretta Gun Manufacturer. In 2010, she moved to Baltimore once becoming engaged to her husband.
In 2013, Kimberly founded “Potential Me” to assist under served women with workforce development. Assisting close to 200 women become gainfully employed, 30% went on to obtain financial independence. As the nonprofit grew, she employed women reentering society and quickly found out what it took to manage payroll and helping families thrive with opportunities she helps create. <READ MORE>
EXELON SUBSIDIARY ACKNOWLEDGES POLITICAL CORRUPTION, AGREES TO PAY $200 MILLION PENALTY
EXELON SUBSIDIARY ACKNOWLEDGES POLITICAL CORRUPTION, AGREES TO PAY $200 MILLION PENALTY BG&E, CONSTELLATION, DELMARVA POWER & PEPCO OWNER SNARED BY FEDERAL BRIBERY INVESTIGATION
The U.S. Justice Department recently filed a one-count criminal information for bribery in U.S. District Court in Chicago charging Exelon’s Illinois subsidiary, Commonwealth Edison, “ComEd.”[i] CommEd is owned by Exelon, which in… <READ MORE>
Feds’ jargon-filled memo won’t help farmers looking to manage wetlands by Gary Baise
Back in July USDA Under Secretary Bill Northey, Assistant Secretary of the Army R. D. James, and EPA Assistant Administrator for water David Ross signed an essentially meaningless memorandum on how to determine issues related to the implementation of Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (CWA) and the Food Security Act (FSA) of 1985.
Before you do any work involving soil and water on your farm or ranch you best call a lawyer to interpret the memorandum among USDA, EPA and the Corps of Engineers (Corps). <READ MORE>