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Lincoln Reagan Dinner 2024

Join us on June 28, 2024, for our annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner with Dr. Ben Carson - Click Here to Purchase Tickets



The Legislature is in Session for 2024!  Track Important Bills and Lobby your Legislators Here


Baltimore County GOP Hosted a Ballot Assistance Training on 1/17/2024.  Stay tuned for more trainings!


On December 11, the BCRCC held its Annual Holiday Party & Toy Drive


 


BCRCC Statement on a recent Maryland State Board of Elections Regulation Change

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On September 30th, 2023, the BCRCC Held its 3rd Annual Grand Old Picnic and Town Hall - We hope to see everyone again next year!

 


On June 26, 2023, the BCRCC held its Lincoln-Reagan Dinner with Congressman Scott Perry - We hope to see everyone again next year!

 


Stand Up for Our Children and Parental Rights at the Board of Education Meetings


 


Watch BCRCC member Kate Sullivan interviewed by Steve Bannon on War Room at CPAC:

Standing up for the J6ers and their families at CPAC 2023 (rumble.com)

 


Statement on the Passing of Bruce Robinson:

The Baltimore County Republican Party extends our heartfelt sympathy to the family of Bruce Robinson, who passed away on Wednesday, February 15, 2023.

Bruce was a current member of the Baltimore County Board of Elections and its most recent President.  In this role, Bruce served the citizens of Baltimore County with great integrity and with a tremendous knowledge of Election Law.

Bruce was a friend to many of us in Baltimore County.  In addition to his work on the Board of Elections, he was former Parliamentarian at the Maryland Association of Election Officials (MAEO).  He studied law and jurisprudence at the University of Baltimore.  Bruce's passion for democracy, election integrity, and politics, were just some of his many interests.

He played the mandolin in the Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra and was the past Chairman of the Orchestra.  He had a love for books and owned Bruce's Basement Books.  Bruce was very active in the Optimist Club and worked tirelessly to benefit youth.

Bruce owned Basic Sound Business Services and provided DJ and sound services at events.

Bruce is survived by his wife, Lorraine Gordon, and family.  At this time, there are no details for a service.  Cards may be sent to:

Lorraine Gordon
215 Leslie Avenue
Nottingham, MD 21236

Please keep Bruce's wife, family, and friends in your thoughts and prayers.

Rest In Peace, Bruce.

Baltimore County GOP