One of the most important things Tonya Tiffany, Cathy Trauernicht and I had in common when we first began planning this conference is that we had all observed in our first political campaigns this past fall that precinct organizing by conservatives in Maryland was in many places non-existent. So, we are very happy to report that Mark Jascewsky an experienced precinct organizer, has agreed to lead a discussion on that topic on January 8th. We are determined to be ready next time!
Mark A. Jascewsky is originally from the Chicago area, and graduated from the University of Illinois in 1989 with an engineering degree. Mark has lived in Howard County, MD since 1989. A lifelong Republican, he has been involved in Maryland politics since the early 1990’s and worked on gubernatorial campaigns for Ellen Sauerbrey and Robert Ehrlich. In 2010, Mark was the Howard County director of the Bob Ehrlich campaign. He also worked on all Presidential campaigns since Bob Dole’s in 1996.
Mark served as President of the Howard County GOP Club in 1992 helping the defunct club come back to life, and has served in other capacities for the club including as membership chairman from 1993 until today. For two years he served on the Howard County Central Committee. Currently, Mark is the Precinct Director for the Howard County Republican Precinct Organization.
In 2009 Mark Jascewsky received the Howard County Republican of the year award. And, in 2010, he was the first recipient of the GOP Club’s “General’s Award” to be awarded annually to the most active member of the club.
Mark and his wife Kathy have been married for 20 years and have three children ages 6-12.
You may reach Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org