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Welcome to the Calvert County Republican Party Website

Welcome to the Calvert County Republican Central Committee (CCRCC) website.  Check out the opportunities to participate in local Republican Clubs, upcoming events, and to learn of local Republican news.  We hope you will visit us often and join in our activities.  Please be sure to join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. For information on the Calvert County Republican Party, please email calvertgop.hq@calvertgop.org.

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Highlighted Events
Lincoln Reagan Dinner

Our 2017 Calvert County Lincoln-Reagan Dinner was a rousing success!

We had great speakers, delicious food, wonderful attendees, happy conversations, many elected officials and candidates too!

Thank you to all our planners and supporters!

Everyone was delighted to have as our Honored Guest and Keynote Speaker Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford. He came to us after being at a meeting in Carroll County and a dedication of a new wastewater treatment plant at the Veterans Home in Charlotte Hall. He was warmly cordial, as he always is, and talked about the work that Governor Hogan and the Administration are undertaking for all Marylanders including on transportation priorities and the opioid epidemic.


Carolyn Gill, President of the Republican Women of Calvert County was selected as the Calvert County Republican Woman of the Year. Carolyn is a tireless worker and organizer who has led the RWCC through some difficult years to a renewed outlook. Carolyn is also a Precinct Chairman and there is seldom a Republican event that doesn’t find Carolyn hard at work. Congratulations Carolyn!


The Calvert County Republican Man of the Year is County Commissioner Steve Weems. A Calvert County native and local businessman for over 25 years, he is serving his 2nd term as a County Commissioner. Steve was recently appointed by the Comptroller of Maryland to the Reform on Tap Task Force, to do a comprehensive review of Maryland’s statutes governing the alcoholic beverage industry. He is Chairman of the Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland, a member of the Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee, and President of the St Leonard Business Association. His leadership and ability to broker compromises is well known as is his dedication to doing what is best for his constituents. Congratulations Commissioner Steve Weems!



Bobby Gill was awarded the Calvert County Unsung Hero Award for his dedicated and always present volunteer efforts as Precinct Chairman, tent raiser; sign waiver, County Fair and other event volunteer for many years. He is an active and vocal supporter of the Republican Party. Congratulations Bobby!

Central Committee Meeting

The next Calvert County Republican Central Committee meeting is on Wednesday, July 5th at 7pm.

All Republicans are welcome!

Calvert County Republican Party Headquarters
424 Solomons Island Road
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Relay for Life

Saturday, June 17

Calvert Fairgrounds, Rt. 231 in Prince Frederick
2 p.m. – 11 p.m

The American Cancer Society Relay for Life Calvert County is in support of cancer research, treatment and patient support. It will be a fun and meaningful day. A new feature is the Classic Car Show from 4 -7 p.m. There will be lots of food and activities. Free Admission.

Donate to and/or join our "Calvert County Republicans" Team!


The Calvert County Republican Central Committee
is a proud sponsor of Calvert County Relay for Life!

A $500 donation was given to Nancy Miller at our recent Lincoln-Reagan Dinner.

Hot Topics
Governor Hogan Elected Chair of Chespeake Executive Council

June 8, 2017 

Signs Resolution Affirming Maryland’s Commitment to Bay Restoration, Calling for Continued Federal Funding

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today hosted the 2017 annual meeting of the Chesapeake Executive Council of the Chesapeake Bay Program, where he was elected to serve as the council’s new chair, succeeding Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, who has been chair since January 1, 2015. In addition to Governors Hogan and McAuliffe, the meeting included representatives from Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, the District of Columbia, the Chesapeake Bay Commission, and the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

“As a lifelong Marylander who has always had a love for the Chesapeake Bay, as a governor, and now as the chairman of this Chesapeake Executive Council, I will remain passionately committed to this cause,” said Governor Hogan. “As we all look ahead, I believe that successful Bay restoration must include innovative financing, transparent public-private partnerships, and market-based solutions that drive costs down and promote new technologies.”



Words From Delegate Mark Fisher

Former Governor O'Malley, Senate President Miller and House Speaker Busch were recently deposed for their role in the state's blatant gerrymandering.

O'Malley said that it was "[his] intent to create ... a district where the people would be more likely to elect a Democrat than a Republican," per the Baltimore Sun.

When asked if he wanted to draw districts that unfairly favored Democrats, Senate President Miller said "No."  Miller said he wanted "lines that are drawn fair to everybody."

There is only one problem with Miller's testimony - Governor O'Malley says otherwise.

O'Malley said that is was "certainly [his] hope, and it was part of [his] intent" when asked whether he thought the revised districts would help Democrats.

The former governor also said "state legislative leaders who took part in the redistricting process, including [Busch and Miller] had the same intentions," per the Washington Post.

Despite Governor Hogan's attempt at non-partisan redistricting, progressives in Annapolis repeatedly kill his attempts.

You can read Miller's deposition here, as well as Busch's and O'Malley's.


Read Delegate Fisher's Full Message

Governor Hogan on 2016 Heroin & Opioid Overdose Statistics

Press Release
June 8, 2017 

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan issued the following statement regarding the 2016 Drug- and Alcohol-Related Intoxication Deaths in Maryland Report, released by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene today:

“Since before taking office, Lt. Governor Rutherford and I have been laser-focused on addressing the heroin and opioid epidemic, and these deeply troubling numbers show that this crisis continues to spread and ravage communities all across our state.

“As this crisis evolves, so must our response to it. Earlier this year, Maryland became the first state in the nation to declare an official State of Emergency, enabling us to bring all hands on deck to combat the epidemic, and we dedicated an additional $50 million to support our efforts. In addition, we launched the Opioid Operational Command Center (OOCC) to facilitate greater collaboration among local, state, and federal agencies. It is only through intense collaboration between all levels of government – including much-needed increased federal investment – as well as local communities, that we can truly solve this problem.

“The deadly impact of heroin and opioid addiction is not confined to Maryland. This is a national scourge that is tearing families and communities apart at the seams, and it cannot be solved by a single state or administration. Although today’s news is discouraging, we will never stop searching for innovative solutions to this problem, or fighting as hard as we can to save Marylanders’ lives.”

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