Howard County Chapter

Our Revolution Maryland’s Howard County chapter has been in operation since late 2016. Our priorities for 2020 include Medicare-for-All, the environment (Green New Deal), immigrant justice and safety, electing progressive candidates, the Covid crisis, and criminal justice reform.

We’re also concerned with tuition-free public college and a $15 per hour minimum wage, as well as Howard County-specific issues including the school system, transportation, overdevelopment, and the county government’s relationship with ICE.

Chapter Officers:

  • Paul J. Baicich – Chair
  • Dave LeGrande – Vice Chair
  • Patrick Keesling – Treasurer
  • Nick Johnson – Fundraising
  • Francis Uy – Secretary – communications
  • Meagan Braganca – At large
  • Kiana Fok – At Large
  • Mustafa Mirza – At large – video emphasis
  • Jeanette Ravendhran – At large
  • Kathleen Uy – At large

Interested in joining us? Please fill out our membership form. We hold our monthly member meetings on the second Wednesday night of each month (now using Zoom), as well as other events.

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For the latest on upcoming events (including virtual membership and educational meetings during the coronavirus, community activities and support because of the coronavirus, fundraisers, and more), visit our social media pages below:

The photos below are from our first real public meeting in the county. We’ve been doing well ever since!
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From January 2018 at our Medicare for All public meeting: Panelists (l-r): Ken Zinn (National Nurses United), Mark Dudzic (Labor Campaign for Single Payer), and Eric Naumburg (Physicians for a National Health Program) Also, Nina Turner at the podium (left) and Ben Jealous at the podium (right).