Md. Republicans Outline Bills To Address Violent Crime, Provide More Support To Police

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Maryland Republican House members are backing a set of bills they said would address violent crime and reverse some of the consequences of what they call anti-police laws that were passed last year. “Ensuring the safety of our citizens, children, communities, and businesses is a fundamental role of government,” said Delegate Jesse Pippy, R-Carroll /…

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Md. Eastern Shore Lawmaker Gets Key Role With GOP Caucus

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The GOP minority leadership in the Maryland House of Delegates now includes Delegate Wayne Hartman of the Eastern Shore as Chief Deputy Minority Whip. According to Minority Leader Jason Buckel and House Minority Whip Haven Shoemaker, the Chief Deputy Whip’s role will be to coordinate debate on major pieces of legislation that come to the…

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Del. GOP Lawmakers Propose Tax Relief Measures

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Some Delaware lawmakers are proposing that the state share a portion of its growing revenues with Delaware taxpayers. The Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council recently calculated that state revenues have grown by $429.3- million in the last two months, and projections show revenue growth is expected to stay strong. Representative Rich Collins, R-Millsboro has…

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Decision Expected Soon on Del. GOP Vote-By-Mail Lawsuit

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A Delaware Chancery Court Vice Chancellor is expected to issue a decision by Monday after hearing arguments in the Delaware Republican Party’s challenge to the state’s new mail-in voting procedure.The GOP filed a lawsuit last month contending that mail-in voting violates the state constitution and that it opens the potential for fraud, uncounted votes and…

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Mark Schaeffer Runs for Sussex Co. Council District 3

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There will be a contested Republican Primary in Sussex County Council’s Third District. I.G. Burton is seeking a second term, and Mark Schaeffer announced on WGMD with Mike Bradley Tuesday that he would run for that office. Schaeffer says he brings a land use background to a position that’s largely focused upon land use. He…

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Delaware GOP lawmakers write U.S. Attorney General accusing Governor Carney of violating the Constitution

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In a letter addressed to William G. Barr, Attorney General of the United States, three Delaware legislators allege Governor John C. Carney of multiple violations of the United States Constitution. “The Governor of Delaware has usurped the authority of the citizens of the State of Delaware and the legislative and judicial branches of government,” said…

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Coronavirus shutdown presents challenges for Delaware GOP

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The 2020 election cycle has proven to be one of historic obstacles as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has created a host of challenges for political officials and candidates statewide, specifically the Delaware Republican Party who has been forced to adjust to the shutdown at a time where fundraising efforts would have been in full swing…

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Delaware GOP reschedules State Convention over coronavirus pandemic

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The Delaware Republican Party has rescheduled their State Convention following the Governor’s emergency declaration over the coronavirus pandemic. The Rehoboth Convention Center, where the Party planned to hold the State Convention, has closed through the end of April. GOP officials have tentatively rescheduled the Convention for May 15th & 16th at the same location. “Common…

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Arizona Senator John McCain Died Saturday After a Battle with Brain Cancer

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Arizona Sen. John McCain, a war hero who survived five years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, served three decades in Congress and represented the Republican Party in the 2008 election, died Saturday after a battle with brain cancer. He was 81.  READ MORE HERE PROGRAMMING NOTE:  With the passing of Senator John McCain,…

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Bernard Pepukai Switches Parties and Files as GOP Candidate for AG

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A longtime Democrat is switching parties to run for Delaware Attorney General. Lawyer Bernard Pepukai filed papers Monday to change his party affiliation to Republican. His decision follows the withdrawal of Peggy Marshall Thomas from the race earlier this month which left the GOP without a candidate.  Thomas said she was leaving the race for personal family…

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GOP AG Candidate Drops Out of Race

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Republican candidate for Attorney General, Peggy Marshall Thomas, is withdrawing from the race for personal reason. The News Journal reports that members of her campaign contacted state GOP officials that she was leaving the race. While that will leave no Republican candidate for the AG’s office, the party could nominate a replacement candidate but they…

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Republican Joan Winters to File for State Auditor Tuesday

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State Auditor Tom Wagner announced some time ago that he would not be running for re-election and so far three Democrats have filed to run for the office.  On Tuesday at 9:15am, Republican Joan Winters of Dover will announce her candidacy on the Circle in Georgetown.  Winters has a degree in Accounting from Villanova, has…

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Tuesday is Maryland Primary Election Day

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Tuesday is the Maryland primary election.  There are numerous Democrat and Republican primary – including statewide primaries for the Democratic candidate for Governor and Democrat and Republican candidates for US Senate.  Both parties have a primary for the 1st District Congressional seat currently held by Andy Harris.  In the State House, 4 GOP candidates are…

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