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Tony O'Donnell for Congress 2012
O'Donnell got his first taste of politics at the age of 28 when he worked on a Congressional campaign of his friend and former
Navy colleague. That led to his involvement and work on local political issues with the Republican Central Committee of Calvert County. He worked on developing a precinct level organization and on various committee activities. In 1994, at the age of 33, Tony O’Donnell was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates representing District 29-C.
This website was created specifically for his 2012
campaign to defeat Congressman Steny Hoyer to represent
Maryland's 5th Congressional District in 2012.
Mark Fisher for Delegate 2010
Mark Fisher of Prince Frederick, Maryland is an entrepreneur, longtime soccer booster, friend to non-profit groups, neighbor, husband and father. He has served on numerous boards both non-profit and for profit. He understands the "balance" that is required between earning a living and giving back to the community. Mark Fisher, kicked-off his 2010 campaign for the Maryland House of Delegates on May 15
2010. Fisher is a small business owner whose concerns about the current direction of the state of Maryland motivated him to enter the race to represent District 27 B in the Maryland House of Delegates.
Waugh for Maryland Senate 2010
Steve’s life has been characterized by service and success, personally and professionally. He’s faced the challenges that come with spending thousands of hours at the controls of AV-8 Harrier jump jets. He’s led Marines in combat. He’s also been a leader on the business front in southern Maryland. Steve’s most fundamental belief is that government should reflect the will and needs of the people it represents. His diverse background as a patriot, businessman, neighbor, father and husband is the guarantee of the right kind of leadership for the district.
received a presidential appointment to the newly elected
Bush Administration following more than nine years as an
intelligence officer in the U.S. Air Force and more than
eight years in the private sector as an information
technology professional and manager. He began his
service with the Federal Emergency Management Agency as
their chief information officer and, by the time he
completed three years with the Administration, he had
helped to establish the Department of Homeland Security
and was one of the charter members of the department
when it stood up in the winter of 2003. "Team Ron
Miller" is the website Ron uses to reach out to the
Maryland community on local and national issues.
George Owings for Governor
Owings (D) from Maryland was a Member of the Maryland House of Delegates from 1988 to 2004 His legislative leadership in the Maryland House of Delegates included the position of Majority Whip, 1994-2004 after serving as Deputy Majority Whip from 1992-94.
As a leader in the state of Maryland, George served as the Secretary of Veterans Affairs from June 1, 2004 to January 17, 2007 under Governor Ehrlich, and as Acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs from January 18 to May 9, 2007 under Governor O'Malley.
George Owings became a candidate for Governor of the
State of Maryland on January 6, 2010.
Charlie Donnelly for County Commissioner
run a local political race, Solomons Maryland lawyer,
Charles Donnelly (I) tasked Poor Richard Web Press to
provide a high quality site to inform voters of local
issues, recruit volunteers, and accept online donations.
The site also made use of WordPress blogging tools to
allow a low-cost, but robust platform for dynamic
information dissemination and syndication. Made with
rotating banner images of Calvert County landmarks, it
was designed to invoke a sense of community
J.D. Urbach for U.S. Congress
Urback (R) required a unique political website as a
challenger in the 2006 Maryland Republican Primary, as
well as a race against an incumbent U.S. Congressman.
This site was developed with colors borrowed from the
Maryland state flag, and makes use of great tools to
help with PayPal contributions, forms to handle email
and volunteers, and a nice preformatted "Tell a friend"
Ron Miller for Maryland
to be a website to encourage a two-way dialog between
the Candidate, Ron Miller (R) and the voters of Maryland, in
particular, the 5th Congressional District. The site,
was transformed from a congressional race to a state
senate race keeping all the major design attributes.
Website features include eCards, a Town Hall with voting
and online discussions, online donation features, and a
powerful news and article management system allowing Ron
Miller and his staff update press releases, news, and
other articles, and includes a Blog tool for free-form discussion
of the issues. A state of the art political
website for a 21st century campaign.
Republican Women Leaders of Calvert
Republican Women Leaders of Calvert County actively support
and work to elect local, state and national Republican
candidates, standing behind the philosophy and initiatives
of the Republican Party, and work to encourage the
participation of women in the political process and help any
interested woman to prepare and run for political office.
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