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Red Maryland is the premier blog of conservative and Republican political thought in Maryland
Red Maryland is the premier blog of conservative and Republican political thought in Maryland

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In case you missed it, we talked with new +Maryland Republican Party Chairman Dirk Haire at the MDGOP Fall Convention this past weekend. We also spoke with State Senator Mike Hough, Allegany County Commissioner +Jake Shade, +Dwight Patel and more! 

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A handy summary on the ballot questions you'll have the opportunity to vote on this Tuesday. #MDPolitics


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Kevin Kamenetz is ignoring relevant data about a serious health issue in his county specifically so he can publicly fight Governor Hogan and to ignore constituents in Eastern Baltimore County, an area where Governor Hogan is extremely popular. He would rather fight the Governor over an issue, regardless of its facts, than solve a problem for county residents that is easily fixable.


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On this week’s show: We unveil the results of the Red Maryland October Poll; Censorship comes to Baltimore as Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake starts banning reporters; Governor Larry Hogan does not want to bail out Metro; is he right? What the heck is Brian Frosh doing with bail in Maryland? The answer may shock you. #MDPolitics #TrumpTrain 

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Alton Sterling and Philando Castile: This Has to Stop
#AltonSterling   #PhilandoCastile  

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This must be awkward for Speaker Mike Busch, Bobby Zirkin, and the Maryland Democratic Party. Seeing as they're now backing Donald J. Trump. #MDPolitics   #trump2016   #trumptrain   #donaldtrump  

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I’ve voted for and supported some candidates that I was proud to support. I’ve voted for and supported some candidates that I was not at all enthusiastic about. I’ve voted for candidates that were bad candidates. Every time I’ve done so, it’s because I was supporting the best candidate for the job. While I have actively criticized Republican candidates during a primary election, I have not once said that I would not for a Republican candidate in a General Election.

Donald Trump is the bridge too far.
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