Announcing our first Citizen News Project Team Members
We here at Red Maryland are pleased to announce the first round of team members for our Citizen News Project!
We still have plenty of room to grow with this project. If you are interested, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 410-205-4875 so we can discuss.
Michael Stewart: Michael Stewart resides in Manchester with his wife, Lisa, and they have been married for 23 years and have two children, Samantha, 19, and Dan, 17, and two dogs, Brody and Butterscotch. The Stewarts moved to Carroll County in 1998; Mike has practiced law since 1993, concentrating on estates and trusts. Mike graduated from Loyola College in 1988, B.A., Political Science, Summa Cum Laude, and from the University of Baltimore School of Law, in 1992, J.D., Cum Laude. Mike is a life-long Republican who cast his first vote proudly for Ronald Reagan.
Lorraine Jesssee: Lorraine Jessee was born and raised in Frederick with extensive knowledge of the county and understanding its municipalities and the politics. She is retired from the federal government, and also worked for the Maryland Rail Transportation Department and the Frederick County for the Department of Planning and Zoning. Lorraine is also a member of the Frederick Republican Club and the Frederick Republican Women’s Club.
Prince George’s County
Lorraine Yuriar: Lorraine Yuriar is a blogger at ConservaKat. She has been politically active since she I was 16, and was a member of the #DontGo movement. While live in Virginia, she was a member & Vice-Chair of the Suffolk Chapter of the Hampton Roads Tea Party from Oct 2012 including managing and creating content relevant to all of the cities in Hampton Roads.
Robert Windley: Robert represents District 23 as a member of the Prince George’s County Republican Central Committee, and serves as the Chair of its Legislative Subcommittee. He and his wife have 2 toddlers and an infant and reside in South Laurel.
Carol Frazier: Carol Frazier is Vice-Chair of the Worcester Central Committee and a founding member of the Worcester County TEA Party. Her policy expertise is in local issues, especially that of the Worcester County Board of Education