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Red Maryland Radio #411: May 9, 2019

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It's another brand new episode of Red Maryland Radio here on the Red Maryland Network.

This week:

  • We announce details for the 2020 Red Maryland Leadership Conference
  • As part of Maryland Podcast Month, we talk with John Frenaye and Tim Hamilton from the Maryland Crabs Podcast.
  • We discuss political happenings in Baltimore, including potential Mayoral candidates and a new Gonzales Poll on the 2020 Mayor's race.

This week's episode of Red Maryland Radio is sponsored by the Frederick County Republican Party, who invites you to their Lincoln-Reagan Dinner at the Linganore Winery, 13601 Glissans Mill Rd in Mount Airy on Friday, May 10th. The keynote speaker for this year's dinner will be Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan. Click here to learn more. (Auth: Frederick County Republican Central Committee;  JoeyLynn Hough, Treasurer).

This week's episode is also sponsored by the first annual Montgomery County Teenage Republicans Banquet on Tuesday, June 11th. Join former Governor Bob Ehrlich at Buca di Beppo, 122 Kentlands Blvd, Gaithersburg. This event is free for teenage Republicans, by $40 for adults. For more information contact Ryan Gnidek at ryan@gniadek.net or Dwight Patel dwight@dwightnation.com. (Auth: Montgomery County Republican Central Committee, Don Irvine, Treasurer)

And this week's episode is sponsored by the  2019 Montgomery County Republican Party Lincoln Day Dinner featuring guest speaker, Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford. The dinner takes place on Monday, June 17th, at the Doubletree, Bethesda. For tickets and more information click here. (Auth: Montgomery County Republican Central Committee, Don Irvine, Treasurer)

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