Medicare for All Townhall in Majority Leader Steny Hoyer’s District 2 – 4pm August 17


Join us in Congressman Hoyer’s District to demand that the 2nd most powerful Democrat in the House support Medicare For All!



Location: Mt. Ennon Baptist Church, 9832 Piscataway Road, Clinton MD 20735.

Time: Saturday, August 17th, 2pm-4pm (doors open at 1:30pm)

Our healthcare system is broken. It is driven by profit and utter greed. While the healthcare industry rakes in billions of dollars every year in earnings, medical debt makes up 70% of all bankruptcies filed. Millions of Americans have no insurance. Continue reading

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Suz Mullen’s interview on Status Coup!

7/19/19 – Our Revolution Maryland’s Bernie Leader Suzannah Mullen tears it up for Bernie.


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Lights for Liberty!

An overcrowded, fenced area holds families at a Border Patrol station in McAllen, Tex., on June 10. (Handout/Reuters). Photograph published in Washington Post.

The administration’s persecution of Latin American immigrants fleeing violence and repression in their home countries is a great moral issue of our time. A just nation recoils at cruelty and oppression. Our Revolution Maryland is a sponsor of Lights for Liberty which this Friday July 12 “will bring thousands of people to locations worldwide” at one united Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps “to protest the inhumane conditions faced by migrants.” Continue reading

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July 5 Wrap-up

Lots of organizations slow down when the weather gets hot. Not Our Revolution Maryland:

Saturday June 30, OR – Anne Arundel led our march in the first annual Annual Annapolis Pride Parade and then hosted a super-popular booth where over 80 people stopped by to express support for our progressive mission and to join our email list. There are some great pics in the July Newsletter at 4.

Monday, July 2, ORMoCo and Western Maryland activists met with Congressman David Trone to urge him to co-sponsor HR 1384 – Medicare-for-All! The meeting was reasonably productive and ended on a positive note. Click “continue reading” for Amy Frieder‘s notes. Continue reading

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Notes from June is Medicare for All Month!

We have been criss-crossing Maryland and other states in support of Medicare-for-All legislation introduced in the House by Pramila Jayapal and Debbie Dingell and the Senate by Bernie Sanders. I’m in Columbia, South Carolina with the Our Revolution Medicare-for-All Emergency Ambulance tour as I type this on June 21 listening to the extraordinary  Nina Turner talk to a room full of Our Revolution South Carolina activists.You can watch and listen to what I’m honored to experience on our recorded livestream right here.

Meanwhile, back in Frederick, Maryland, the News Post published Our Revolution Western Maryland Co-Chair Chris Izzo’s letter in support of Medicare-for-All. You definitely want to check it out right here.

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New Anne Arundel Chapter!

Our Revolution Maryland is thrilled to announce the certification of its newest chapter in Anne Arundel County. Interim Co-Chairs are Dan Piper and Clayton Northcraft.

Dan is a veteran of an early iteration of the Anne Arundel Chapter which he co-led when it met on a few occasions in 2017 and early 2018. Clayton just recently joined the Our Revolution team. Certification as a chapter was based on the continuing involvement since April of dedicated Anne Arundel residents.

At the June 2 meeting, 12 committed activists came and requested certification. Ten participated in the May meeting. On June 2, Sierra Club Maryland’s Matt Dernoga reported on his organization’s Beyond Coal campaign and the ways coal is exacerbating climate change even though we don’t rely on it for a significant percentage of overall energy.

The new members also discussed the issues that are most important to them including but not limited to the climate crisis, Medicarefor-All, and economic justice. The Anne Arundel Chapter will be leading Our Revolution Maryland during Annapolis’s first annual Pride Parade June 29. For more information, please email The next meeting is scheduled for July 14. Time and location will be announced shortly

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Just say no to supersized/privatized highways!

Our Revolution Maryland proudly co-sponsored Montgomery County Councilmember Tom Hucker‘s Townhall Sunday May 10 at the Silver Spring Civic Building. A standing room only crowd of nearly 1,000 people pressed into the Great Hall to hear politicians and activists speak out against Governor Hogan’s awful plan to add privately owned toll lanes to I-495 and I-270. Speaking on Our Revolution Maryland’s behalf, Silver Spring resident Dayo Akinsheye repeatedly brought the crowd to its feet. She was also quoted in both the Washington Post and Maryland Matters. Watch the video here.

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Chair Bob Muehlenkamp’s statement on the historic election of Adrienne Jones to Maryland House Speaker

Our Revolution Maryland commends Maryland House Democrats for embracing consensus in choosing Delegate Adrienne Jones to be House Speaker. Democrats can be justly proud to have ended Maryland’s shameful 400 year history without either an African American or female House Speaker. Continue reading

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Statement in Support of MD Democratic Party Chair Dr. Maya Rockeymoore Cummings

Click here to download. Our Revolution Maryland Statement in Support of Dr. Maya Rockeymoore Cummings

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Our Revolution Maryland Announces Officer Election Results

Under the auspices of its Elections Committee, Our Revolution Maryland conducted its first election to determine officers April 17 – 24.

Here are your officers:

Chair/President – Bob Muehlenkamp
Treasurer- Jimmy Tarlau
Secretary – Nabulungi (Nabi) Akinshegun
State Organizing Director – Keanuu Smith Brown
Member at Large – Ed Fischman

The Elections Committee is Chair Chris Izzo, Marylin Pierre, and Paul Butterworth.

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