February 18th Newsletter

Please join us! 

WHEN: February 24th | 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

WHERE: Union Jack's, Annapolis

 BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY - WHY?

Registered Democrats outnumber Republicans in the City of Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, and Maryland. Yet 2014 saw Anne Arundel County elect a Republican Governor and Republican County Executive, while Democrats lost the Annapolis mayor's race by 59 votes in 2013.

The D30 Club's mission is to elect Democrats - and we have a plan to do just that in 2016, 2017, and 2018. 
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2072 Somerville Road
Annapolis, MD 
Doors open at 6:00pm.  Please arrive early if you plan to order dinner. The last dinner order will be taken at 6:45pm. 
Attendees are responsible for their own food and beverage charge.


D30's weekly take on relevant national, state, and local politics:

1) The Supreme Court

Read the editorials from the Baltimore Sun and New York Times calling for the Senate act on confirming a new Supreme Court justice. 

2) A legislative session update with Speaker Busch

Speaker Busch sat down with Center Maryland to discuss Maryland's legislative session - watch by clicking the video below. You can read more about the Speaker's and Senate President Miller's efforts to increase transparency in the State transportation money is spent here.

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3) County Board of Education 

First the first time since Desegregation, the Anne Arundel County Board of Education will not have a single African American member. A number of Democrats in the General Assembly's Anne Arundel County delegation are seeking to diversify the School Board Nominating Commission - stay tuned. 


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Can't-miss articles of the week

Auditor: County plowed private roads in Gibson Island during recent storm (Eye on Annapolis)