From Del. Kathy Szeliga:
Early Voting – March 24th 2012 Primary in Maryland
The 2012 Presidential Election season is in full swing. After 27 debates and 48% of Americans (24 states) have cast their votes there is still no clear Republican nominee. The competition is still between Speaker Newt Gingrich, Congressman Ron Paul, Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, and Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum.
Here in Maryland our Presidential Primary is Tuesday, April 3, 2012. However early voting starts Saturday, March 24, 2012 and runs through Thursday, March 29, 2012. If you are planning to vote early, please click here to find out your voting location. For those of your who are planning to vote on Primary Election Day (April 3rd) please click here to find out your voting location as it may have changed during the redistricting process.
In addition to voting for our Presidential contenders you will also be voting for U.S. Senator and Representative in Congress. As I reported last week, Congressional Redistricting took place since the 2010 Election, please check here to see if your congressional representation has changed.
Many of you have asked whom I support for President and Congress in the 2012 Election. I am happy to endorse the following candidates because I believe that they will serve you the BEST:
President – Mitt Romney
Congressional District 1 – Andy Harris
Congressional District 2 – Nancy Jacobs
Call to Action Primary Day April 3rd
I am looking for volunteers who would like help get signatures to put Gay Marriage on the November ballot. If you have a couple of hours on April 3rd please contact me to work a voting poll. We have a goal of 125,000 signatures by June 30th and we NEED YOUR HELP! Please e-mail me at Kathy.Szeliga@gmail.com if you are interested.
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Delegate Kathy Szeliga on the 2012 Legislative Session
We Are Still Fighting Against Taxes
There have been a flurry of proposals to increase taxes and fees; rest assured we are still fighting any and all tax increases. Stay tuned next week for the Minority Caucus Budget Proposal.
Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. Please keep them coming my way.
Delegate Kathy Szeliga
Common Cent$ says
Endorsements….Fine, But WHY does Delegate Szeliga need help gathering signatures against “Gay Marriage”! By the way….the bill is regarding “Civil Marriage”, but Szeliga (and her ilk) always refer to it incorrectly as the “hot button” word (for the biased) as “GAY”!
Now tell me….what harm does it do to anyone when this referendum eventually passes in the great State of Maryland? It can only do good by extending the benefits afforded heterosexual married couples to others that are in committed relationships that deserve benefits. Republicans should start legislating by using “Common Cent$” and not by Biblical inspiration. This is NOT a Theocracy (god damn it!) 🙂
MD long time resident says
Marriage is for one man and one woman together.
Billy Jack says
Because a 45% success rate is a ringing endorsement for any institution.
The definition of marriage has nothing to do with divorce rates. It’s a red herring to say that a high divorce rate between men and women means that we should redefine marriage to include men and men and women and women. It is an illogical argument.
Common Cent$ says
First of all Patrick (McGrady), Billy Jack’s point is not presented as an “argument”. Rather, it’s a statement of fact. That being said, you biased “smaller government” folks still can’t present a legimate reason to be against Civil Marriage (except Bibilical B.S. and/or defining a “definition”?).
As usual, you “smaller government” folks are showing your hypocracy again. You advocate for one thing, then go against your stated position whenever it’s convenient. You shouldn’t have your cake AND eat it to. Welcome to America in the 21st century. Let’s keep moving forward. Bring on the referendum! But after all the money AND time is spent (and wasted) on both sides of this issue, in the end, the open minded Marylanders will prevail, and we’ll be a better state for it.
Patrick McGrady says
Not this Patrick.
You just don’t like divorce argument for homosexual marriage being defeated. It’s a bad argument.