News for December 21st

If you are just arriving at MD CAN today for the first time, you might want to see the speakers list here.  In the last two days we posted four more bios for those who will be leading discussions throughout the day on January 8th.   The most recent bios to be posted are for former Congressional Candidate Robert BroadusDel. Ron George, precinct organizer Mark Jascewsky and Sheriff Chuck Jenkins.

Registrations are coming in!  But, if you plan to attend, don’t wait to register.  It’s $50 at the door on January 8th.  Also, the hotel will be expecting a head count from us in 10 days.

***Update: We hear so much about all those liberals in Montgomery County but so far Montgomery County is sending the largest group of  conservatives to this conference!  Red counties we need you! ***

General conference information is here.  Confirmed speakers are here.  Printable registration form is here.  Questions are answered here.  More questions?  Our contact information is here.

We have a press release if you need something for your group’s newsletter or for a local news paper or radio station, here.

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One response to “News for December 21st

  1. Steve Kukral

    I am the Maryland State Director for the Independence Caucus, a national citizens group seeking to identify and vet principled, conservative candidates for all levels of government. If you need a conference space filler or backup speaker, I would love to speak about the Independence Caucus and what we could bring to the table in support of MD CAN. Please let me know via email (s_kukral@yahoo.com) if I can be of service. Thanks!

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