About

Let me first start by introducing myself. My first political memories are of President Reagan in the 80′s. As a young boy I remember being upset that Reagan would interrupt my prime-time television shows. Of course back then, there were only a handful of stations available via roof-top antenna. So being captive to the President’s prime-time speeches, I couldn’t help but be taken by the President’s warm personal demeanor and his ability to explain complicated matters simply to the general public in a way that even if you didn’t agree with him, you couldn’t help but to understand his thinking and where we were headed as a country.

My parents told me to always question everything and everyone. They told me to not just take what information was given to you, but to probe further into the details and to draw my own conclusions. They never told me to be a Republican, but in the search for the truth I couldn’t help but be drawn to conservative principles. The more I learned about democrat/liberal thinking, the more I realized that most of them are well meaning, but good intentions¬†end up hurting those they intend to help.

I have been fighting for conservative principles on the national level for over 5 years at a conservative non-profit. For a while, I ignored Maryland politics because it would be too hard to change the status quo. The last 5 years of Governor Martin O’Malley’s administration have signaled a disastrous liberal turn in policies. O’Malley is hell bent on raising taxes, increasing spending, and gun grabbing. Ultimately Marylanders will pay the price as he attempts a run for President of the United States.¬†If the general public knew what the Maryland state leadership was doing, they would be outraged.

No longer can we sit on the sidelines and be spectators while O’Malley, Senator Mike Miller, and House Speaker Michael E. Busch tax and spend away our money. One of my skills has always been to take a complex issue and break it down into simple, easy to understand information that even my liberal friends can’t argue with. I intend to provide you, the reader, with the same.

Will you help me to turn Maryland?

2016 Elections

Primary - 4/5/2016
General - 11/8/2016

Races to Watch

U.S. Senate

Barbara Mikulski (D) is retiring.

Top (D) Candidates
Donna Edwards
Chris Van Hollen

All 8 House Seats are up for election.

Current Representatives
1st - Andy Harris (R)

2nd - Dutch Reppersberger (D)

3rd - John Sarbanes (D)
Top candidates Dr. Mark Plaster (R).

4th - Donna Edwards (D) - running for Senate
Top candidates Anthony Brown (D), Glenn Ivey (D), George McDermott (?)

5th - Steny Hoyer (D)

6th - John Delaney (D) - may run for Senate
Top (R) candidates David Vogt (R), Kathy Afzali (R), Neil Parrott (R), Mike McKay (R).

7th - Elijah Cummings (D) - may run for Senate
Top candidates Calvin Ball (D), Corrogan Vaughn (R).

8th - Chris Van Hollen (D) - running for Senate
Top (D) candidates Kumar Barve, Valerie Ervin, Kathleen Mattews, Jamie Raskin
Top (R) candidates Frank Howard - potential