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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 Republican legislative 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

Highlighted Events
Calvert County Republican Central Committee Meeting

October 3rd, 7:00 PM

All Republicans welcome

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

Candidate Forums

A number of Candidate Forums will be held this Fall to help voters learn the views and priorities of all candidates running for office in Calvert County.  

Calvert Republican “SPEED DATE” Forum- Fun as well as informative!

What is the “Speed Date” Forum format?  It is where voters sit 8 to a round table and candidates visit each table for 7 minutes – answer direct questions from voters at each table. Please be sure to be there. Ask your questions of all of our local Republican candidates and State Legislative candidates.
When:  Wednesday, October 17
Time:    6:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.
Where:  North Beach Volunteer Fire Department Hall

CLICK HERE for more information!

Other Candidate Forums we are aware of:
September 25, 7:15 pm -  Asbury-Solomons Fall Candidate Night (all Candidates except County Commissioners). Jointly sponsored by the Patuxent Republican Club and the Riverside Democratic Club.
September 26, 6-9 pm - Calvert County Chamber of Commerce Candidate Forum at the College of Southern Maryland
September 27, 7:15 pm - Asbury-Solomons Candidate Night for County Commissioner, jointly sponsored by the Patuxent Republican Club and the Riverside Democratic Club
October 4, Meet & Greet at 5 pm, Forum at 6 pm – League of Women Voters Candidate Forum at St. John Vianney Family Life Center, Prince Frederick 
October 10, 7:00 pm - Forum sponsored by Dunkirk Area Concerned Citizens Association, Dunkirk Volunteer Fire Dept.

Candidate Fundraisers
Hot Topics
Legislative Wrap Up

Read the General Assembly Wrap Up Report by Ella Ennis. We have some victories, bad legislation that failed but could come back next session and some missed opportunites. We also see that victories are sometimes more about stopping bad bills than passing favorable ones. Get the scoop!

Maryland Offers Support to Small Businesses Providing Paid Sick Leave

Press Release, Sept. 17

Businesses With 14 or Fewer Employees that Provide Paid Sick Leave Eligible for Small Business Relief Tax Credit

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Small businesses in Maryland that provide paid sick and safe leave to their employees will soon be able to apply for a refundable tax credit administered by the Maryland Department of Commerce. The Small Business Relief Tax Credit offers businesses that meet certain criteria a state income tax credit of up to $500 per employee and $7,000 per small business for every year in which they qualify.

“Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and play a critical role in creating jobs, growing our economy, and strengthening our communities,” said Governor Larry Hogan. “Our administration remains committed to working in partnership with our business community, and this tax credit is one of many steps we are taking to ensure that Maryland remains open for business.”

The tax credit program was proposed and enacted by Governor Hogan to help businesses comply with the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act, which was passed by the Maryland General Assembly in early 2018 and requires businesses with 14 or fewer employees to provide unpaid sick and safe leave.


READ Full Press Release

Hogan Admin. Announces $12 Million in Highway Safety Grants

Press Release, Sept. 17

State Pursuing Aggressive Plan to Reduce Roadway Fatalities and Injuries

ANNAPOLIS, MD – As part of ongoing efforts to prevent traffic crashes and save lives on Maryland roads, Governor Larry Hogan today announced that $12 million in federal highway safety funds will be granted to approximately 90 agencies and organizations across the state with the goal of reducing crashes and related injuries and deaths.

“The safety of our citizens and visitors is a responsibility we take extremely seriously, and our administration will continue to make investments to make our roadways safer,” said Governor Hogan. “This funding continues our commitment to address traffic safety challenges and get unsafe, impaired, and distracted drivers off the road.”


READ Full Press Release

Note: Calvert County Sheriff's Office receiving $25,000 for highway safety programs. The Calvert Alliance Against Substance Abuse will receive $5,000.

Hogan Announces "Day to Serve" in Maryland

Volunteer Initiatives Include Statewide Waterway Clean-up Effort, New Social Media Challenge

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today issued a proclamation declaring September 11 through October 10as “Day to Serve” month in Maryland. As part of the announcement, Governor Hogan is encouraging all Maryland citizens to choose a day to participate in a volunteer activity. The “Day to Serve” initiative includes Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and West Virginia, each of which tracks statistics such as number of volunteers, hours served, and pounds of food donated in a friendly competition.

“The Day to Serve initiative is an excellent opportunity for Marylanders to join together in volunteer efforts, as well as highlight the incredible service and volunteerism that occurs year-round in our state,” said Governor Hogan. “Our citizens take great pride in our shorelines and beaches, our communities, and our state, and by working together, we can continue changing Maryland for the better.”


Read Full Press Release

Press Release Aug 27, 2018

Click here to learn more about "Day to Serve"

Hogan Applauds $504 Million End-of-Year Budget Closeout

$144.2 Million Saved By State Agencies

ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan today applauded the end-of-year budget closeout report showing that Maryland finished the fiscal year with $503.8 million in unassigned fund balance. $144.2 million of the total comes from money saved by state agencies, which is $54.6 million more than estimated, reflecting the Hogan administration’s careful management of state agency budgets. Additionally, the state benefited from $339.3 million in higher-than-anticipated revenues in the 2018 fiscal year, according to data released today by Comptroller Peter Franchot.

“These strong revenue and budget results are great news for our taxpayers and provide further proof that we are continuing to make living in our state more affordable and changing Maryland’s economy for the better,” said Governor Hogan. “We are proud to be responsibly managing our state agencies, resulting in nearly $150 million in savings that will benefit all Marylanders.”

In addition to the funds saved by state agencies, Maryland’s revenues also performed better than projected in all four of the largest categories: personal income, corporate income, sales, and lottery.

“Our revenue growth, especially in the personal income, corporate income, sales, and lottery categories, show that both Maryland citizens and businesses are making and spending more money, illustrating our growing economy and further affirming that we have our state on the right path moving forward,” said Governor Hogan.

READ Press Release, August 30th

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