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Welcome to the Calvert County Republican Party Website


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.

 


Early Voting - Thursday, April 14th to Thursday, April 21st from 10 am until 8 pm.

Address: 30 Duke St, Prince Frederick, MD 20678

The following Republicans are running for the Calvert County Board of Education:

Stephen C. Jones Jr.(1st District)

James C. Piatt (1st District)

Nancy Highsmith (2nd District)

Erin Knowles (3rd District)

Kelly McConkey (3rd District)

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Thank you to everyone who has "liked" our page! We are very pleased and honored to have reached 3,000 likes. This makes our page the most liked Central Committee page in Maryland (Republican or Democrat).

We look forward to reaching 5,000 by January 2017.

If you haven't "liked" our page yet, it is a great way to stay updated on information that a lot of the main stream media doesn't always cover.

 

Highlighted Events
Let's get together after the next Central Committee meeting!   Volunteers Needed

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, May 4, at 7pm. The public is always welcome!

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

 

 

The Calvert County Republican Central Committee is looking for volunteers to help hand out information on Republican Candidates, Republican Clubs, and volunteer opportunities during early voting. Please sign up for as little or as much as you like.

Voting hours are 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. for each day of Early Voting. For the 2016 Presidential Primary Election, the dates are Thursday, April 14-Thursday, April 21, 2016.

Frank McCabe Memorial Leadership Fund

The Frank McCabe Memorial Leadership Fund will assist Republican candidates, campaign managers, and treasurers, as well as political groups, gain the skills needed to run a campaign and win.

All those interested Republicans may apply for financial grants to attend leadership schools, candidate training classes, workshops, etc. Republican clubs may apply for a grant to help defray expenses with leadership training classes, workshops, etc. The McCabe Leadership Fund is open only to Maryland Republicans who are interested in running for State and local offices. This is not available for Federal candidates
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Application period: June 2016 to September 2016. Funds awarded in September 2016 for 2017.

CLICK HERE for the McCabe Leadership Grant Website.

 
Hot Topics
Senate Rejects Automatic Voter Registration

Posted on April 08, 2016 - By Bryan Renbaum, for MarylandReporter.com

"ANNAPOLIS (April 7, 2016)—The Maryland Senate Thursday rejected a bill to automatically register every eligible adult in the state to vote amid concerns about privacy and the possibility that non-citizens might get registered. The vote was 21-24, with seven Democrats joining Republicans in killing the measure.

The bill, SB350, the Universal Voter Registration Act, sponsored by ..."

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Governor Hogan's 2016 Legislative Priorities

Tax and Business Climate
Seniors Tax Relief – Increased Personal Income Exemption
Working Families Tax Relief – Refundable Earned Income Tax Credit
Small Business Tax Relief – Business Filing Fee Reduction
Job Creation Tax Credit – Manufacturing Empowerment Zones
Fee Reductions for Maryland Families and Businesses
State Budget Reform – Relief from Budget Mandates

Strengthening Education Opportunity
Maryland Education Tax Credit for Public and Non-Public Schools
Education Pathways in Technology (P-Tech) Schools Act
Maryland SmartBuy – Homeownership for Buyers with Student Debt
Higher Education Scholarship – Early High School Graduates (Exec. Order)

Governmental Reform
Congressional and Legislative Redistricting Reform – Constitutional Amendment for Independent Redistricting Commission

Heroin Task Force
Criminal Gangs – Improved Enforcement and Penalties
Prescription Drug Monitoring Program – System Enhancements

Click here to read more on Governor Hogan's Legislative Initiatives for the 2016 Session.

House Passes Governor Hogan's Budget

~Maryland House Republican Caucus E-Newsletter- Week 11 Edition- March 25, 2016~ Click here to see The Minority Report

After a contentious crossover week, there was a much-welcomed air of bipartisanship on Wednesday when the House passed Governor Hogan's budget.

For the second time in two years, the budget passed without any funding gimmicks and, most importantly, without new taxes.

The budget funds all of Maryland's priorities while still maintaining a surplus of $415 million.

Regarding the budget, Delegate Kipke said; "This is something the citizens of this state wanted - compromise, consensus, bipartisanship. We have shown the people of Maryland consensus and good public policy with fiscal restraint. Our budget is healthy. Maryland has begun to rebound economically, with incomes growing, real job creation and real economic growth. Maryland is headed in the right direction."

 

 

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