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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Maryland Republican Party
The growing amount of data gathered from social media sites, vendors and data warehouses is providing new opportunities for political parties to reach constituents in a very personal way.
Fresh from decisive losses in seven of Maryland's eight congressional districts and its worst performance ever in a U.S. Senate race, the Maryland Republican Party is searching for answers to stop its slide into irrelevance in the increasingly deep-blue state.
Republican political strategist Karl Rove is scheduled to speak at the Maryland Republican Party's annual Red, White and Blue Dinner.
The Maryland Republican Party appointed a new executive director Friday.
Former state Sen. Alex X. Mooney may have lost his re-election bid in November, but as chairman of the Maryland Republican Party, he's seeing a variety of positive signs for the state GOP.
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Republican Party trimmed its staff last month as part of efforts to reduce spending during tight budget times.
ANNAPOLIS — Financial results from the Maryland Republican Party's largest annual fundraiser are a closely guarded secret, despite the ramifications for the party as it continues to rebuild after election losses last year.