Who They Are:
This committee is made up of 5 men and 5 women who are elected to four-year terms in the gubernatorial primary plus associate members that are appointed.
The Central Committee Chair is the official spokesperson for the Democratic Party of Harford County.
Here is the link to their website:
Harford County Democratic Central Committee
Suzanne Oshinsky for County Council District B!
On March 11, Suzanne Oshinsky formally announced that she is running for Harford County Council.
She has been attending numerous political discussion groups and meeting her future constituents in District B.
This is my district and it will be great to have an advocate in office fighting to make sure our zoning concerns are heard.
I am excited that Suzanne is running. Please offer her your support.
Here is her website:
Please donate to her campaign:
Please reach out to your lawmakers and ask them to tell Governor Hogan no to installing a pipeline below the Potomac.
We're live from Annapolis calling on Governor Larry Hogan to reject the Pipeline! #NoPotomacPipeline
Posted by No Potomac Pipeline on Wednesday, March 14, 2018
What is this about?
A gas company in West Virginia called Mountaineer Gas is lobbying to build a pipeline from Pennsylvania under the C&O Canal and the Potomac River and ending in West Virginia.
What would be transported?
The gas extracted from fracking in Pennsylvania.
The possible impact?
The drinking water which is a water source for over 6 million people.
Join the group on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NoPotomacPipeline/
Stop the Pipeline!
Exciting News – Wini Roche has announced she is running to be a County Council members for Harford County District F.
Elect Wini Roche – Campaign Kick-off Fundraiser
Sun 1 PM · Vandiver Inn – Boutique Lodging & Events, Havre de Grace, Maryland · Havre de Grace
This year it is more important than ever to make sure we reaffirm our values and stand for:
– Improving our most precious resource – the Chesapeake Bay
– Increased economic development for the State of Maryland
– Investment in Green Energy Technologies to make us competitive and reduce our carbon footprint
– Starting a conversation on how to improve the safety of our schools and communities
– Getting funding to support vocational training for those students that do not choose to go to college
All of these issues are critical to our state.
Let’s move forward and continue making Baltimore and Harford Counties Great!