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Welcome to the Calvert County Republican Central Committee (CCRCC) website.  Check out the opportunities to participate in local Republican Clubs, upcoming events, and to learn of local Republican news.  We hope you will visit us often and join in our activities.  Please be sure to join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

For information on the Calvert County Republican Party, please email calvertgop.hq@calvertgop.org.



On Aug. 3rd, Republican Presidential Candidates participated in a forum in New Hampshire. In case you missed it, and want to watch it, you can click on the video.

The first GOP primary debate will take place Thursday at 9 p.m. EST on Fox News, and it will feature the top 10 leading candidates for the GOP nomination.

But political analysts will first watch for a different date and time - Tuesday at 5 p.m. That's the cutoff by which national polls must be released to help decide which 10 candidates take the stage on Thursday.

Fox News' debate criteria, which have spurred some pushback from candidates, rely on the five most recent well-respected national polls of Fox News' choosing to select the top 10 candidates, as well as weed out the bottom seven candidates, who will lose out on the prime-time airwaves.



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CCRCC August Newsletter Let's get together after the next CC meeting!


READ the August CCRCC E-Newsletter!

Do you think the Central Committee is all work and no fun? Well, you are wrong!

Come join some of the Calvert County Republican Central Committee members and other Republicans at the Green Turtle in Prince Frederick after our monthly meeting for good company and conversation.

The next Calvert County Republican Central Committee meeting is on Wednesday, Sept 2, 2015, at 7pm. The public is always welcome.

Calvert County Republican Party Headquarters
424 Solomons Island Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Volunteers Needed for County Fair CC Republicans Give Back

CLICK HERE to sign up!

The Calvert County Republican Central Committee is looking for volunteers to help work our booth at the Calvert County Fair.

That time of year is coming again! The Calvert County Fair is from September 30th to October 4th.

Your Calvert County Republican Party will be having 2 tents at this year's fair and we are looking for volunteers. Volunteers will be doing such things as handing out balloons to children, assisting with our Presidential straw poll, distributing information on Republican Clubs, helping Republican Candidates, registering voters, enjoying good conversation, and more.

If you are interested, please sign up. Signing up this year is easy. Simply click here, add your name, and then click on the times you want to help. Any assistance is always greatly appreciated.

All volunteers get a FREE T-shirt!


The Calvert County Republican Party is ecstatic to be named a Bronze Team this year. In all, as a team, we have raised over $3,000 to fight cancer this year alone and over $10,000 since be began. This wouldn't have been possible with out the leadership and mentorship of our beloved friend Frank McCabe. Special Thanks to Associate Member David Gatton for being this year's team Captain.

Congratulations! Christmas Party

Republicans Named to Board of Elections

Congratulations to Jay Lounsbury, Karen DePaulo, and Delores Brown for being appointed to the Calvert County Board of Elections by Governor Hogan.

Leslie Downs Appointed to be Chief Judge of Orphans Court

Congratulations to Judge Leslie Downs of the Calvert County Orphans' Court for her appointment to Chief Judge of the Calvert County Orphans' Court by Governor Hogan.

Judge Downs' swearing in will be August 25 at 8:30 a.m. in the Court House in the Orphans Court Room.

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Restoring "One Maryland"

Baltimore Sun, By George Edwards, Robert L. Flanagan, Aug 9, 2015

"The phrase 'One Maryland' originated in the 1990s with Del. Casper Taylor, former speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates. Mr. Taylor frequently raised the "One Maryland" theme in legislative debates as a guiding principle that respected the entire state regardless of a legislator's representation from an urban, suburban or rural district in Maryland.

As legislators who served in the House with Speaker Taylor, we saw 'One Maryland' become a dominant theme in governing Maryland for many years. It embraced a unified approach to policy development and budgeting and thus was successful in avoiding divisive political discourse that could easily devolve into a disrespectful trumpeting of the urban-rural divide.

'One Maryland' was based upon the principle that the allocation of state resources should be balanced geographically in urban, suburban and rural parts of the state. It underscored the premise that the policies of state government should respect and respond to the needs of all citizens throughout Maryland. Unfortunately, 'One Maryland' seems to have gone by the wayside. Last month, two committees in Annapolis demonstrated just how ugly the geographical rivalry between Maryland subdivisions can get."


As state and local leaders move forward and consider transportation and other major initiatives in months ahead, we should embrace the Hogan administration's philosophy of restoring the 'One Maryland' concept in state decision-making. Our state can thrive economically if we remember that we are all neighbors and that we all want to meet the needs of our respective counties and municipalities, not at the expense of one another, but as 'One Maryland'."



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