February 18th Newsletter

Please join us! 

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

WHERE: Union Jack's, Annapolis


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. 
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.


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)