Do’s and Don’ts for your Campaign Website Your campaign website is more than a virtual billboard for your campaign. Remember that you don’t want to pay too much, nor do you want to rely on a consultant who builds site using a technology that not even Bill Gates or Steve Jobs could figure out. Beware…Read More
RIP Senator John Warner, VA I learned this morning that my old friend, Senator John Warner of Virginia, passed away at the age of 94. John Warner was the very first Republican Senator I met and I’ll never forget him. When I was at George Washington University, I walked over to the old Visual System’s…Read More
Robin Ficker for Governor – Cut Sales Tax by Two cents Barry Glassman for Comptroller Learn More at www.barryglassman.com As we move beyond this pandemic the next Comptroller will certainly need to be a candidate with tested GOVERNMENTAL EXPERIENCE and someone who has been an advocate to protect the State’s taxpayers and small businesses. I want…Read More
Kelly Schulz for Governor Learn More at – www.kellyschulzforgovernor.com Volunteer | Donate This past year has been incredibly difficult for all of us. But the perseverance I have seen from Marylanders has been nothing less than awe-inspiring. It’s this resilience, strength, and never-give-up mentality that inspired me to run for governor. Over the past few…Read More
Campaign Leadership Team Let’s say you just decided to run for public office. Congratulations, you just took the first step to the road to becoming a candidate! Now you need to find a GOOD campaign treasurer. I covered the basics of searching for a “A Good Campaign Treasurer” So I will do a brief recap,…Read More
In Search of… A GOOD Campaign Treasurer Every political committee must designate a treasurer before it can accept contributions or make expenditures. The committee must designate a treasurer on the Statement of Organization. Treasurers must ensure committee reports and statements are complete, accurate and timely. This is a significant responsibility—if there’s an enforcement action against…Read More
In 2022, elections for the Maryland State House, US Congress and County Councilmanic districts will all change. The District you ran in 2018 may not be the same district. How is a candidate to plan to run when lines haven’t been drawn? Well, for a good majority your district will at least change slightly.
With that said, there is nothing preventing you from working on the nuts and bolts of politics. There are several things you can do before you know your district lines.
STOP HR1 Originally introduced in 2019, H.R.1 is a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives that would greatly weaken the security and integrity of our election process. The misnamed “For the People Act” proposes a complete takeover of the administration of our elections by the federal government and includes provisions like outlawing state voter…Read More
Direct Line w/Kirk Cox, Candidate for Virginia, Governor Kirk Cox is a retired public school teacher, coach, and proven conservative winner. He holds the bluest seat of any Republican in the Virginia General Assembly, has a 30-year track record of defending and advancing conservative principles like the Second Amendment and the cause of life. Everyone…Read More
Tell Maryland Legislators Not to Raise our Taxes! Democrats in the Maryland General Assembly are considering passing yet another tax to pay for last year’s Kirwan bill. This time, its a tax on all streaming an entertainment services. This was vetoed last year to prevent tax hikes during the pandemic. Sign the petition to tell…Read More