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Brooke Lierman for Comptroller/Carlos Childs for Charles County Commissioner

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Howard County Chapter – ORHoCo

Our Revolution Maryland’s Howard County chapter (ORHoCo) has been in operation since the early days of Our Revolution in 2016. Our 2022 priorities (and partners) include: legislative action (with Indivisible HoCo). local policy & zoning (with HoCo Progressives). systemic racism … Continue reading

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Responses to Our Questionnaires for MD Gubernatorial and Congressional Candidates

Here are the links to the responses we have received to date to our Questionnaires for Maryland’s Candidates for Governor and Congress. We will update as we receive more. The party primaries are currently scheduled to be held on July … Continue reading

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Baltimore City/County 2022 Endorsements Round 2

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Democratic Comptroller Candidates on Public Private Partnerships

We asked Democratic candidates for Comptroller – Delegate Brooke Lierman and Mayor Tim Adams – what they think of Public Private Partnerships. For their responses, click

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  1. Paul Butterworth says:

    I don’t trust P3s at all, so I don’t like either response. Brooke seems much more aware of the problems and more cautious, so she currently has my vote, and though I am currently too ignorant to be enthusiastic I favor ORPG endorsement.

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2022 Baltimore Candidates Questionnaire Responses Round 2

Lawrence Williams – State Senate District 10 Christopher Anderson – State Senate District 40 (Republican Primary) Korey Johnson – Delegate District 10 China Boak Terrell – Delegate District 40 Regina T. Boyce – Delegate District 43 Logan Endow – Delegate … Continue reading

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Baltimore County/City Endorsements 2022 Democratic Primary

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2022 Baltimore City/County Candidates Questionnaire Responses Round 1

Jill P. Carter – Senator District 41 (Incumbent) Ruben Amaya – Delegate District 10 Jennifer White – Delegate District 10 Reginald Benbow – Delegate District 43 Sheila Ruth – Delegate District 44B (Incumbent) Mark Edelson – Delegate District 46 Robbie … Continue reading

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Our 2022 Progressive Candidates Fundraiser was a great success!

Click here to join Ben Jealous and four great progressive candidates – Ed Burroughs, Brandy Brooks, Robbie Leonard, and Michele Gregory via Zoom. Or watch for free on our Facebook and YouTube pages.

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November 2021 Newsletter

Much has happened since we sent out the October ORMD Monthly. Election Day came and went this past Tuesday with very notable results. Then late Friday night, Congress passed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework (BIF) but punted on the Build Back … Continue reading

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