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This Week on Direct Line Live

By Carol Hughes | May 5, 2020

Watch Live on YouTube Live or Facebook live at 7:30 pm – Wednesday, May 6, 2020 Join Mark Uncapher and the Direct Line team as they welcome Jim Shalleck President of the Montgomery County Board of Elections and Governor Pat McCrory of North Caroline (2012 – 2016). Jim Shalleck, President of the Montgomery County Board…

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June 2, 2020, Maryland Republican Primary Details

By Adam Schmidt | May 3, 2020

What You Need To Know The June 2, 2020 election will be conducted primarily by mail. Ballots will be mailed early to mid-May. You do not need to request an absentee ballot. Voters are strongly encouraged to return their ballot as soon as they receive it. Please do not wait until the last minute to return your…

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Will COVID-19 “Social Distancing” Further Upend “Smart Growth” High-Density Dreams?

By Mark Uncapher | May 2, 2020

The desire for increased population density and greater reliance on public transportation are among Maryland liberals’ most cherished public policy objectives. However, these misnamed “Smart Growth” policies come with a substantially higher cost of living price tag. For anyone doing business or living in Montgomery County, where these Smart Growth policies have been the most…

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Essential Workers

Person of the Month of May

By Dwight Patel | May 1, 2020

We at the Montgomery County Republican Club would like to honor all the people of the month for the Month of may all the essential workers. These are the folks working in grocery stores, restaurants. Thank You from the all of the members of the Montgomery County Clubs.

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Did You Miss DirectLine this Week?

By James Stone | May 1, 2020

If you missed DirectLine this past week? We are parted from our typical format to bring you a Direct Line Special, a panel show discussing the issues of the day. Our panelist will included Casey Aiken, host of 21 This Week, Jerry Cave, Tech Entrepreneur, Susan Heltemes, a Government Relations Professional, Dwight Patel, MDGOP Tech…

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Judicial Watch Victory: Federal Court Orders Maryland to Release Complete Voter Registration Records

Judicial Watch Victory: Federal Court Orders Maryland to Release Complete Voter Registration Records

By Adam Schmidt | Apr 30, 2020

From our friend at Judicial Watch Judicial Watch Victory: Federal Court Orders Maryland to Release Complete Voter Registration Records Judicial Watch announced recently that a federal court ordered the State of Maryland to produce the voter list for Montgomery County that includes the registered voters’ date of birth. This court ruling is the latest in…

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Supreme Court: Groundwater a point source under the Clean Water Act?

By Gary Baise | Apr 29, 2020

Supreme Court: Groundwater a point source under the Clean Water Act? Expect more lawsuits as judges try to determine if rainfall on a farm field seeping into a farm tile will be “a functional equivalent of a direct discharge.” In February 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit held that sewage pollutants at the County…

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David Bossie to Speak at Trump Thursday

By Carol Hughes | Apr 29, 2020

MAY 7, 2020 at 6:30 pm Exciting news, May 7, 202 at special time 6:30 pm David Bossie, Republican National Committeeman From Maryland, Co-Chair For Trump-Pence, Maryland, Vice Chairman Of The 2020 Republican National Convention In Charlotte, Trump-Pence 2016 – Deputy Campaign Manager.  Will be speaking to us at Virtual Trump Thursday and will be…

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Congratulations Chris Thoms

By Carol Hughes | Apr 25, 2020

We at the the Montgomery County Republican Club would like to congratulate our Communications Secretary Chris Thoms on his election to Vice President of the Maryland Federation of College Republicans. Chris is a Sophomore at UMBC and an Alumni of the Montgomery County Tern-age-Republicans.

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