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Monday, October 13, 2014

Republicans Are Now The Majority In Worcester County

The Worcester County Republican Central Committee is pleased to announce that, according to the Board of Elections, Republicans are now the majority of registered voters in Worcester County. 

This means that 13 of the 24 jurisdictions in Maryland are majority Republican. In addition, Republicans hold the majority of local elected offices in the state. 

This is good news for Maryland as we attempt to undo the damage inflicted on our businesses and economy over the last few years.


Anonymous said...

then why cant we take the state house?

Anonymous said...

let's hope more than 20% turn out to VOTE!

Anonymous said...

Because 12:25, the democrat jurisdictions are more populous.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I believe (but am not sure) that the ratio is 3-1.

And they are stupid.

Anonymous said...

We can overcome the damage that O'Malley and Brown have done to our once great state. I'm not so sure that we can rebound from the idiots who continually vote for such poor quality people.

Anonymous said...

Anyone hoping it rains on election day.
Anyone asking why? democrats do not come to vote when it rains while republicans comes rain or shine.