Around District 30

The District 30 Club does not endorse in primaries. As part of our effort to foster a strong connection between Club membership and Democratic campaigns, we will provide event information from all Democratic campaigns that share info with the Club.

  • Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 07:30 PM · $250.00 USD
    Address Upon RSVP in Washington, DC

    DC Reception with Mayor Pete Buttigieg


  • Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 02:00 PM
    Stanton Center in Annapolis, MD

    Medicare 4 All Town Hall in Annapolis

    Come learn about Medicare For All, and how the United States can join every other developed country in the world for a healthier citizenry!

  • Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 02:00 PM
    Location Upon RSVP in Annapolis, MD

    Joanna Bache Tobin Meet & Greet

    I'm Steffani Fine Mykins.  Please join me at my home on Sunday, January 26 from 2:00 to 5:00 to meet Joanna Bache Tobin who is running to be our representative on the Board of Education.  RSVP by emailing  I'll send you the address once you've contacted me.

    I'm supporting Joanna because I think she has the experience and the skills to be a powerful advocate for the needs of the students, families and schools of the Annapolis area. Joanna is a parent at Annapolis High where she is the Vice President of the PTSA and she brings decades of experience teaching at the college and continuing education levels, serving on and chairing the board of a private school, and leading accreditation teams evaluating public charter schools around the country.  To learn more about Joanna and her views visit her website at or follow her on social media @JoannaBacheTobin on Facebook and @JBT4BOE on Twitter.

    This is the first time we've been able to vote for our representative on the Board of Education, and it is a critical vote. Joanna is passionate about education, and is devoted to making sure ALL our children have access to the great education they deserve. She will advocate for smaller classes, working to attract and retain the best teachers by bringing teacher pay in line with surrounding counties, adding sufficient counseling, psychological, and social work staff, bringing school start times in line with medical recommendations and developmental needs, and funding transportation appropriately so that our children have safe, reliable transport to and from school.

    Come and bring your questions and concerns.  And get ready to vote in the primary on April 28th! I look forward to seeing you on January 26th!


  • Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 03:30 PM · $25.00 USD
    Union Jack's of Annapolis in Annapolis, MD

    End of Semester Happy Hour for Erin Lorenz

    Come on out and support a fellow teacher running for the AACPS Board of Education!

    Erin has been teaching in public schools for 13 years, and is in her seventh year at Annapolis High School. During that time, she has worked with a wide variety of students in our community as an English teacher. She has also directed the Drama Company productions, involving hundreds of A-High students over the years. She has also co-led two exchange trips to Germany, continuing a 30-year relationship with the German American Partnership Program.

    She is determined to advocate for competitive and equitable compensation for all educators, and improved wraparound services available in schools, increasing the social workers and counselors in each building (to name just two of the goals she hopes to achieve).

    Come celebrate the end of the semester and find out more about what Erin hopes to achieve as part of the Board of Education - and share your own ideas as well!

    There is a $10 suggested donation at the door. Anything over $25, and your first drink is on us! We accept cash, check (made out to Friends of Erin Lorenz), and PayPal (

    Hope to see you there!

  • Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 06:00 PM

    Facing the Affordable Housing Crisis/ A Three-Part Series

    Affordable housing has become a crisis in our county and nationwide. Government policies, market forces, and changing demographics have combined to keep affordable housing out of reach for many of our fellow citizens.

    In this enlightening, three-part series, experts and community representatives will explore the history of affordable housing and how government policies affected residents of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County—especially people of color (November 21); the challenges to be overcome (January 16); and proposed solutions for a brighter future (January 30).

    • Screening of the documentary Owned: A Tale of Two Americas.
    This film examines the dark history of the U.S. housing economy and exposes a foundational story that few Americans understand as their own.
    • JCarl Snowden, former civil rights director for the Office of the Maryland Attorney General, will lead a discussion on how federal housing policies in the post-World War II era impacted Annapolis and Anne Arundel County and why we continue to face affordable housing issues today.

    JANUARY 16
    Lawrence Lanahan, a Baltimore journalist who has done in-depth, award-winning reporting on racism and housing issues for NPR, will discuss the impact of NIMBY (not in my backyard) attitudes and the challenges that community activists and politicians must address to implement affordable housing solutions.
    Community representatives will provide testimonials on
    • The lack of affordable housing in our area
    • Illegal activity such as landlords refusing vouchers or requiring forms for creditworthiness

    JANUARY 30
    Speakers will outline promising steps for making home ownership a reality and affordable housing available for all citizens in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County—including pending city and state legislation and public-private partnerships.
    Speakers to be announced.

  • Monday, February 10, 2020 at 06:00 PM

    A Night in Annapolis with District 30

    Please join us on February 10th for an evening in Annapolis! District Night is an opportunity for the community to come and engage with Senator Sarah Elfreth, Delegate Alice Cain, Delegate Shaneka Henson, and Delegate Seth Howard in the midst of the 90-day legislative session, to showcase the wonderful food, culture, and heritage of District 30 to its residents and other members of the General Assembly. This is a free event and refreshments will be served. Child care and hearing and speech services provided upon request.

    Please RSVP at the link so we can plan on how many people will attend:

    Parking and Directions: You may park at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Taylor Ave. for $5. Take the Stadium Shuttle. The cost is $2 each way. This shuttle runs from the stadium parking lot to downtown Annapolis every ten minutes from 6:30a.m. to 8:00p.m. Exit the shuttle in front of the State House and walk across the street to the House Office Building. There is additional parking in Gott’s Garage on Calvert Street or Hillman Garage on Duke of Gloucester Street. Go through Security at the front entrance of the House Office Building.