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I’m asking for your vote for Anne Arundel County Democratic Central Committee on June 24, 2014, because I believe the best way to improve governance in our county is to strengthen the Democratic Party so that Democratic values have more sway on policy decisions.
The policies supported by Democrats are the policies that will keep our communities, our businesses, and our environment strong.
We can strengthen the Democratic Party, and elect more Democratic candidates by following a three-pronged approach:
Jonathan Hutson writes in Talk to Action: “Many of you may be thinking that I have lost my mind,” Republican Delegate Don Dwyer wrote in a March 2013 email and Facebook post to his GOP colleagues in the Mar
Rachel Tabachnick writes at Talk to Action: Michael Peroutka's introduction at the 2012 League of the South conference was given a hearty cheer by the audience. The loudest applause came when he was described as "honored" by his inclusion as a "hater" in the Southern Poverty Law Center's Hatewatch, along with his pastor, League of the South Chaplain David Whitney.
Frederick Clarkson writes in Talk to Action: I recently published a story about a Neo-Confederate theocrat in Democrat's clothing running for office in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He is also running in the June 24th primary for the county Democratic Party Central Committee.
Adele M. Stan writes in RH Reality Check: When Betsy Bury agreed to run for a seat on the central committee of the Democratic Party in Maryland’s suburban Anne Arundel County, she expected to run unopposed for a job typically considered to be thankless among the offices of political parties. Then, on Wednesday, from seemingly out of nowhere, she attracted a challenger: Pastor David Whitney of the Cornerstone Evangelical Church in Pasadena, Maryland, and apparent proponent of the “justifiable homicide” of abortion providers.