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Conservative Club Releases Leadership Slate for MDGOP Elections

The Conservative Club of Maryland has released their proposed leadership slate to serve in the leadership positions of the Maryland Republican Party.

The proposed slate is:

  • Chairman: Dirk Haire, Anne Arundel County: Haire is currently the General Counsel of the Maryland Republican Party
  • 1st Vice-Chairman: Michael Higgs: Higgs is the Chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Party and Deputy Director of the State Department of Assessments and Taxation
  • 2nd Vice-Chairman: Tim Kingston: Kingston is the current Chairman of the Queen Anne’s County Republican Party
  • 3rd Vice-Chairman: Maria Pycha: Pycha is currently 1st Vice-Chairman of the Baltimore County Republican Party
  • Secretary: Mark Uncapher: Uncapher is former Chairman of the Montgomery County Republican Party. He ran for State Party Treasurer in 2010. We reporter on Uncapher’s announcement back in September.
  • Treasurer: Chris Rosenthal: Rosenthal is the incumbent Treasurer.

There’s little word yet on other candidates who might run. While we have a number of candidates listed on our Red Maryland November Poll as potential candidates, the only other candidate that has potentially expressed interest is Bill Campbell, the 2010 and 2014 Republican nominee for Comptroller.

The elections will be held at the Maryland Republican Party Fall Convention scheduled for December 2nd and 3rd at Holiday Inn and Conference Center in Frederick.

Disclosure: The Conservative Club of Maryland has been a sponsor of Red Maryland in the past. Additionally, I am also a member of the Conservative Club of Maryland advisory board, though I had no involvement in the creation of this slate.






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