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Red Maryland year in review: July

Red Maryland’s Brian Griffiths unsuccessfully sought election as Chairman of the Young Republican National Federation.

     Maryland’s new tax is implemented, and the impacts are seen immediately.

     The Red Maryland Network launched a new lineup.

     Lt. Governor Anthony Brown begin seeming more and more like the reincarnation of Kathleen Kennedy Townsend.

     Red Maryland provided both print and audio coverage of the J. Millard Tawes Clambake

     Red Maryland Radio was honored to have Ambassador Ellen Sauerbrey as a guest on our 7/11.

     Some Maryland Republicans began a push to allow Independents to vote in Republican primaries.

     Governor O’Malley finally admits that Maryland schools really aren't the best in the country.

¿     Red Maryland gave first impressions on the Gubernatorial campaigns ofDavid Craig,Ron George, not onebut two of Charles Lollar.

¿     Red Maryland conducted a special broadcast from the Change Maryland Summer Party.

¿     Democrats did their best to intimidate Tea Party Members.

¿     Maryland is home to the world’s oldest people according to research conducted by the Maryland Republican Party.

 

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