The following was received from the Young Democrats of Harford County:
The Young Democrats of Harford County reconvenes Wednesday, February 17th, 6:30pm upstairs at Sean Bolan’s Pub in Bel Air. In addition our schedule for the upcoming year has been set. All YDHC meeting dates and other events are posted at www.harfordyoungdems.org.
Wednesday, February 17th will feature a discussion of national politics with an eye on what (if any) impact national events will have on local politics. Local budgetary issues are on the agenda as well with a highlight on the upcoming budgetary sessions of the County Council. Finally we will preview of the upcoming Young Democrats of Maryland convention on tap February 26th and 27th in Bethesda.
The YDHC takes off for St. Patrick’s Day in March, but will return the third Wednesday of April, meeting the third Wednesday of each month for the remainder of the year.
Notable among our upcoming meetings is May 19th when we will issue report cards on the 2010 Maryland Legislative Session. In June, July, and August the Young Democrats of Harford County plunges into local political races, evaluating Democratic efforts and coordinating with campaigns to best assist our Democratic candidates.
On September 15th we will evaluate the primary elections, followed in October by our preparation for general elections. The 2010 YDHC meet-ups will wrap up on November 17th when we meet to evaluate the results of the general election and celebrate our electoral victories. Our annual YDHC open house will conclude the 2010 political season on Wednesday, December 15th.
Democrats in Maryland have many things to be proud of. Under Democratic leadership, Maryland’s public schools (once again) have been rated TOP in the country, and our state is weathering rough economic times while holding fast to our core values such as environmental stewardship (cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay is nowhere near done, but Governor O’Malley’s administration has come much further than previous administrations have been able to boast) and functional government programs and services. Our libraries remain innovative, we are consistently 1st or 2nd in the nation with regard to average income, and we have the safest highways on the east coast, if not the nation.
All of these accolades come to us under strong Democratic Leadership. Come and celebrate Maryland’s proud Democratic heritage with the Young Democrats of Harford County, meeting the third Wednesday of each month at Sean Bolan’s Pub in Bel Air.
Visit www.harfordyoungdems.org or www.harforddemocrats.org or see us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=12546083721 for further information.
President, Young Democrats of Harford County