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Young Republicans in Maryland were BUSY this election cycle. Not only were they a force when it comes to grassroots campaigning like knocking doors, making phone calls, and sending text messages, they were busy winning elections! 

Congratulations to the Maryland Young Republicans leadership for navigating election season through COVID, to learn about them and even get involved, click here.

And a special congratulations for the Young Republicans that ran for, and won elected office locally in Maryland this election cycle! 

Andrew Bradshaw – Mayor of Cambridge 
Danielle Hornberger – Cecil County Executive
Nicole Acle – Wicomico County Council 
Mike Diaz – Dorchester County Board of Education 
Corine Frank – Anne Arundel County Board of Education
To keep up with the Maryland YR’s on Instagram, you can follow them here. Also, you can follow the MDGOP by clicking here

This week in the news…

Under New Management, Senate GOP Caucus Announces Leadership Positions

“More than 76,200 Anne Arundel County voters cast ballots at early voting sites this week, surpassing the previous record in less than five full days of voting.”

Andrew Bradshaw elected mayor of Cambridge in runoff election

“Andrew Bradshaw will be Cambridge’s newest mayor after defeating incumbent, Mayor Victoria Jackson-Stanley in a run off election.

Election officials say Bradshaw received 57.41% of votes with 1,643 votes to Jackson-Stanley’s 1,219 votes.”

Anne Arundel County Pastor given citation after anonymous complaints of ‘fist bumps’ joins ‘Tucker’

Rev. Dennis Jackman says he was harrased by county official for not wearing a mask when he opened a door at his Maryland church


Jason Trott
Deputy Director
Maryland Republican Party
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