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October Meeting Canceled – Event in Hancock, MD

The Washington County Republican Club is CANCELING our October meeting for this Wednesday October 26, 2016 (4th Wednesday). Instead, we will take part in the Hancock Halloween Parade, in Hancock, MD.

We will gather at 6:30 PM in Hancock’s Widmeyer Park for assignment in the parade. All Republicans interested in joining us are welcome. If you have T-shirts from GOP candidates, please wear them; we may have some to share. Show you care and your pride for the GOP!

Be part of this fun event, see you there!!!

More information will be coming out soon about upcoming events, including a SignUp Genius for helping out at Early Voting. Thank you all!

Lewis Porter of MD 20 – 20 Watch To Speak At September Meeting

The regular monthly meeting of the Washington County Republican Club will be held Wednesday September 28, at 7:00 p.m. at the Funkstown American Legion, Dixon – Troxel Post 211, Ballroom Entrance, 12 North Westside Ave., Funkstown, MD 21734.

After a business meeting, it will be our pleasure to welcome as our guest speaker Mr. Lewis Porter. He is the head of an organization called, “MD 20 – 20 Watch.” Mr. Porter started the group after he personally became aware that voter fraud was indeed going on in the state of Maryland, in Baltimore City to be exact, during the 2012 elections.

After realizing that voter fraud in MD was real, he dedicated his life of bringing his findings, facts, evidence, recommendations to the voters in MD. His group is working with voters and concerned citizens hoping to bring voter fraud to everyone’s attention and join his movement to STOP this criminal activity !

Have you ever thought about voter fraud and what it does to our voting process? The WCRC urges all voters and citizens to attend this meeting on Wednesday Sept. 28 – 7PM at the Funkstown American Legion. Bring family, friends neighbors etc.and bring paper and pen, we are sure you will want to take notes of Mr. Porters presentation. He will not only talk on the issue of voter fraud, but will offer information on what all of us can do, to help eliminate this terrible crime !

Our meetings are always open to the public, even if you are not a member of the club, however we would be proud to have you join us anytime. Dues are still only $25.00 per person and $35.00 per couple. All are welcome !  VOTER REGISTRATION AVAILABLE ON SITE !!!

Hagerstown City Candidate Forum, Wednesday, September 21

The Washington County Republican Club and The Hagerstown Tea Party cordially invite you to a Candidate Forum for Candidates for Office in this year’s Hagerstown City Elections. The Forum is scheduled for Wednesday, September 21st, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. at the Washington County Free Library, 100 South Potomac Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740.

We understand this is a non-partisan election and would like to opportunity to allow each candidate for Hagerstown’s Mayor and City Council to come and introduce themselves to voters and engage in a forum.

The questions asked to the Candidates will be by a panel and provided by those submitted ahead of time to the Hagerstown Tea Party as well as questions from the audience. We will have a 10 minute intermission at the one hour mark during the forum. We will then have the final hour and conclude the forum. Each Candidate will be afforded the opportunity to give a two minute opening introduction about themselves and 1 minute of closing remarks.

We will have an official time keeper to keep things moving along, fair, and prompt.

We thank you those who are currently serving our community and those of you that are stepping forward to serve our community. We look forward to seeing everyone there!

An Introduction to the U.S. Constitution

This course is being taught by Washington County Central Committee Member Jim Warner.

An Introduction to the U.S. Constitution This course will discover how the federal government was formed by the adoption, by the Continental Congress, of the Articles of Confederation. Students will explore the shortcomings and defects of the Articles, and how those led to the development of the Constitutional Congress’ call for a Constitutional Convention. The proceedings of the convention, and the debates that ensued after the new Constitution was offered for ratification, will also be discussed. The Bill of Rights’ origin and passage will be visited briefly, and the various sections of the Constitution and their interpretations by court systems, will also be addressed.

Total: $88 — Senior Total: $56 DIS-518-C M 6:00PM–8:00PM Sep 12 – Oct 31 J. Warner VM 4

If you’d like to take the course, to register go to this link: http://www.hagerstowncc.edu/coned/register.  There’s also a phone number: 240-500-2236.

Ginger Bigelow at the Republican National Convention

Washington County Republican Club President Ginger Bigelow is representing Maryland Republicans as a Delegate at the Republican National Convention this week! Here are some pictures of her experience in Cleveland so far!

The welcome package for delegates

Getting ready to go to the first event

At the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Ginger with MD GOP Executive Director Joe Cluster