Saturday October 17, 2020 

11:30 AM - 2:00 PM 

Guest Speaker Star Parker

Founder and President

Center for Urban Renewal and Education or CURE



Center for Urban Renewal and Education, is a Washington D.C. based Public Policy Institute


Delta by Marriott, 245 Shawan Rd, Hunt Valley 21031

Doors open at 11:30am, Start time 12:00pm promptly, Business Session, Speakers & Questions

-$25.00 for buffet lunch or a $5.00 cover charge which includes 1 drink, no lunch                                                    

Add $1 for credit card purchase, East Side door will be open for a shorter walk from the parking lot




STAR PARKER’s personal story proves that one can rise from poverty to success in America.  She was once receiving welfare.  She was lucky, persuaded to risk the “fear of failing,” went to college.  From Los Angeles, she went to DC and established CURE, which is a public policy institute that fights poverty and restores dignity through messages of faith, freedom and personal responsibility. 


In addition, she has written several books including Uncle Sam’s Plantation.  Star is also a syndicated columnist.  Go to the website and play some of her videos.  You will be impressed.


Another can’t miss speaker!

African-American Outreach & Engagement


Distinguished Panelists from

Baltimore City to Our Nation's Capital

               " What have you Got to Lose?"

That was the question Candidate Donald J. Trump posed to the African American Community in the 2016 Presidental election.  


That question is at the heart of the fight to take back America... The Trump Campaign wants to attract more than the 8% of the Black vote that he received in 2016. With that goal in mind, The Republican Women of Baltimore County, the Party of Lincoln has created an event of historical magnitude for our Club.  The RWBC cordially invites you to join our unique group distinguished and politically savvy African-Americans Guest Speakers. 

Our goal is to give President Trump a National mandate by winning the Popular Vote.


Our Keynote Speaker: Diante Johnson - President/CEO Black Conservative Federation has been working closely with the White House Black Voices for Trump Coalition.

With our distinguished panel of speakers we will learn the strategies being used not only by the White House but also by local Republican Candidates who need to get out the Black vote and show African Americans that Republicans stand on the right side of history and the right side of the future for improving all American lives.

When: Saturday, September 19, 2020 

              12:00 PM (Doors open at 11:30 AM)

Where:  Delta Hotel (a Marriott Hotel)

245 Shawan Road Hunt Valley, MD 


Lunch $25.00 Non-member: $30.00

Cannot come? Simulcast LIVE Facebook starts at 12:00PM

How About Dinner and a Movie with the Women of the RWBC?

The Republican Women of Baltimore County invite you to see Dinner and a Movie.  


The Movie is Uncle Tom, not to be confused with the classic Uncle Tom's Cabin.  This new movie is an updated and timely film exploring what it means to be a Black Conservative in America today.  

When: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 

              6:00 PM Sharp

Where:  Bertucci's White Marsh (behind the  

               White Marsh Mall)

              RSVP: by August 13th




           Seating is limited to 35

Getting to Know You - New Member Party

When:  Sat, Aug 15, 2 – 5 pm 

Rain Date:  Sun, Aug 16

Speaker:  Ellen Sauerbrey plus meet Congressional Candidates


Please RSVP to

This is also a Pot Luck Party! 

A – I    Desserts

J – P    Lunch Salads

R – Z  Snacks / Hors d’Oeuvres


When you RSVP, please let us know what you plan to bring.

Scott Presler




            Wednesday June 24, 6 pm to 9 pm            

 Where: Hightopps Backstage Grill

2306 York Road

  Timonium, MD 21093


Come by 6pm and order food and

drinks as you wish.




After the cleanup in Baltimore, Scott Presler went to other cities like San Francisco.  He is a big supporter of President Donald Trump and is very informative about getting more citizens signed up to vote as Republicans.  His father and grandfather were career military.  He is a fabulous speaker and in great demand.  He travels the country pushing a positive point of view about making cities and what we care about better. Scott Presler is traveling again as states open up.  Recently, he was in Georgia. It is worth your time to take a look at this interview with Scott Presler:

Join us to be inspired!

Ken Timmerman's

Latest book:

The Election Heist


Virtual Discussion with

Ken Timmerman

 The French COVID Shutdown, Middle East and Antifa Influence

Primary Election 2020

On June 2, 2020, between 7 am and until 8 pm there was Primary voting by mail. Ballots need to be postmarked on or before June 2 or presented at 5 county drop off locations. Which started on May 21st and continued through June 2nd. Voting in person was also allowed in person by 8 pm at those same locations. 

We hope that you signed the outside of your ballot or it will NOT be counted. 

A Rally was held in Townson to Reopen Maryland

There was a Stand Up for Freedom Rally for Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness held on Friday, May 22nd at 2:00 PM in Towson, Maryland.  Please see the flyer for more information.  Many came out and supported all of the Citizens of Maryland at this important event that let our Government Leaders know how much we wanted to re-open Baltimore County.

Sponsored by ReOpen Baltimore County


Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Hans von Spakovsky

Heritage Foundation


Potential for Fraud Is Why Mail-In Elections 

Should Be Banned

Hans von Spakovsky is an authority on many issues including civil rights civil justice, the First Amendment, immigration, the rule of law and government reform.  He is a senior legal fellow at the Heritage Foundation and manages the Election Law Reform Initiative. His resume includes the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity and stints at the Federal Election Commission and the Department of Justice.

This webinar comes at an especially significant time after the 7th District Special Election, which was primarily BY MAIL ONLY and before the primarily BY MAIL ONLY June 2nd Congressional and Presidential Primary Election.  Some officials have also recommended that MD’s November General Election be conducted by mail.  Hans von Spakovsky addresses the riskiness of this type of election plus ways a truly honest election should be run.


Tuesday, April 23, 2020

Kathy Szeliga

Republican Minority Whip

House of Delegates


Maryland Republican Minority Whip in the House of Delegates discussed the billions of dollars of proposed new Maryland taxes and the realities of the COVID-19 costs to the state. Two tax bills, the Kirwan Plan (renamed Blueprint) most likely will be vetoed by Governor Hogan.  The deadline to veto is 30 days after Hogan’s official receipt of all bills (681), he will decide the first week of May.  There will be conjecture about the possibility of the majority Democrats calling a Special Session, envisioned for the last week of May, to override vetoed bills.  Note that the Democrats have such a large majority that they control any decision to call back the General Assembly.  Of course, in view of the present condition of the economy, will they do this?  Hear Kathy’s reasoning.

Part 1 - State of MD affairs
Part 2 - Your questions answered


April 18, 2020

Former Governor Bob Ehrlich

Join us for an enlightening discussion with Bob Ehrlich as he discusses the 2020 election

We were honored to have former Governor Bob Ehrlich for our monthly meeting, but this time with the now-familiar online Webinar. 

Bob spoke about several things including the 2020 election, a little bit on the subject of the day, none other than the Corona Virus, and Trump’s accomplishments plus the closure of non-essential businesses; what the debt and all these things mean for our country.

Bob is using his at-home time to write another book.  His wife, Kendel Ehrlich, said that he writes easily.  He is the Senior Counsel, Government Advocacy and Public Policy with the firm King & Spalding in Washington, DC.

Mr. Ehrlich spoke for about 15 minutes and then spent time chatting with Karen Tully and Dee Hodges and answering questions from the audience.  We can look forward to an interesting time with the former Governor.



April 14, 2020

 Kim Klacik 

 A Congressional Candidate District 7

(Special Election) 

For many, this election is confusing.  It is to fill the remainder of the late Congressman Cummings term.  The winner will serve after the April 28th election until January 2021.  Note that the regular primary for this seat will be in June with that election in November.

Kimberly Klacik has an interesting background of accomplishment.  Perhaps she is best known for her exposure of the garbage mess in Baltimore City.  The publicity got much of it cleaned up with the gratitude of citizens who had to live close to the mess.  

Kimberly founded a non-profit that she ran for eight years, “Potential Me” to dress the poor for job opportunities.  These women may have been in drug or alcohol rehab, released from jail or previously homeless.  Clothing donations came from businesses.  She sold clothing on E-Bay to pay staff and donated the rest to women seeking a better life.  Klacik is a member of the Baltimore County Republican Central Committee.

Part 1 - Section 8 Housing


April 7, 2020

Steve McIntire

Real Estate Investor

Section 8 Housing Baltimore County

Steve McIntire is a native of Baltimore County.  Due to Section 8 encroaching into Baltimore County and problems that have come along with it, Steve has made a point of studying the subject.  The name has been changed to "Housing Choice Vouchers" because the name Section 8 has such a bad reputation.  While it has helped some, for others it has meant a perpetual dependence.  Many neighbors have bad experiences with Section 8 renters.   Further, Baltimore County has not enforced rules on bad renters, so for many, it has become a continuing problem.  Steve will tell us how to fight Section 8 in your area. 

As a real estate investor, Steve has become an expert in Section 8 Housing. Today, the issue is even more concerning since our County Exec and Council have voted to require that renters and sellers not reject an offer due to source of income.  The General Assembly has passed the same law for all of Maryland.  It is now up to Governor Hogan whether to accept or reject it.

Part 2 - Section 8 Housing

Part 3 - Section 8 Housing


March 28, 2020

Jim Simpson


Businessman and Investigative Journalist at the Federalist

Refugees, Immigration and the Agenda

to Erase America

President Trump Re-election Training

Feb 22, 2020

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Towson Library Meeting Room

(Lower Level)

Join other enthusiastic Trump 2020 election campaigners for a President Trump Re-Election Training Class. 

Trump Victory Instructors will be conducting the information session.


Come and join your fellow Keep America Great voters to engage in supporting our President. Don't be shy, there are all sorts of activities you can participate in to show your support for our President.

Organized by: MDGOP Committee Woman Nicolee Ambrose and Kathryn Jerrard Past RWBC President and Alternate Delegate for Trump2020.

RWBC February Monthly Meeting 


Saturday February 15, 2020

12:00pm — 2:00pm


  Stephen Moore

 The Heritage Foundation


Maryland's Kirwan Taxes, Trump Tax Cut Effect and What's Next?

              **NEW MEETING LOCATION**

               Delta Hotel (a Marriott Hotel)

          245 Shawan Road Hunt Valley, MD


Doors opened promptly at 11:30 am. The meeting started on time at 12:00 pm.

Please enjoy our shortened version of the video.

Fantastic speaker! Enjoy a shortened version.

RWBC January Monthly Meeting

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Kirwan Commission Report

David Brinkley


Maryland Dept. Mgmt. & Budget

Kirwan Commission Report-A $4 Billion Annual Funding Request


Pappas Restaurant

550 Cranbrook Road

Cockeysville, MD 

Doors opened promptly at 11:30 am. The meeting started at 12:00 pm. 

Please enjoy a shortened video version of the meeting.

Missed the meeting? Short recap...

RWBC Holiday Party

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Enjoy the Holidays with Us

5:00 pm — 9:00 pm


Eagles Nest Country Club

12801 Stone Hill Rd, Phoenix, MD 21131

Buffet Dinner/Cash bar 

$50.00 Per Person



Towson University

Hosted by Towson College Republicans

Tuesday, October 29, 2019 7pm - 9pm


David Bossie

Trump Campaign Advisor, Towson University Alumnus and CEO of Citizens United


Future of the Conservative Movement and the 2020 Trump Campaign 

RWBC November Monthly Meeting

Saturday, November 16, 2019 

12:00 - 2:00 pm

Speaker: Congressman Andy Harris

What the heck is happening in Congress?

Join us for a lively discussion with our congressional congressman

Doors opened at 11:30 am. Start time 12:00 pm promptly.


The Delta Hotel

(a Marriott Hotel)

  245 Shawan Road

Hunt Valley, MD

RWBC October Monthly Meeting

Saturday, October 19, 2019 

12:00 - 2:00 pm

 Jim Simpson

Economist, author and investigative journalist at the Federalist

Refugees, Immigration and the Agenda to Erase America

Doors opened at 11:30 am. Start time 12:00 pm promptly.


Pappas Restaurant

550 Cranbrook Road

Cockeysville, MD 21030 

RWBC September Monthly Meeting

Saturday, September 21, 2019 

12:00 - 2:00 pm

Two Speakers!

Al Redmer,

MD Health Insurance Commissioner

Obamacare, The True Cost to Marylanders

Pastor Shannon Wright,

Baltimore City Mayoral Candidate 

Hear what Shannon will do to reverse the city's long decline.

Bus Trip to Museum of the American Revolution

Philadelphia, Pennslyvania 


Saturday,  July 27, 2019

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Depart: Hunt Valley Towne Center

Parking lot in front of Michaels

$50.00 includes bus and museum general admission

Purchase through Eventbrite

RWBC Northern Region Social Get Together

Sunday, July 21, 2019

4:00 - 7:00 pm


Red Brick Station

8149 Honeygo Blvd

White Marsh, MD 


Sponsored by Republican Women's Clubs from Harford County, Carroll County, Howard County and the Hopkins Club

Education Reform


Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Dr. Edward Hudgins


High Topps Backstage Grill

Timonium, Maryland
Socialize 5:30PM, Start time 6:00pm 

Trump Election Watch Party


Tuesday, June 18, 2019


Ocean Pride Restaurant

1534 York Rd, Lutherville Timonium, MD


Who is the Radical Islamist and Why?


Saturday, June 15, 2019

Ann Simmons

Author and Professor of Islamic History





Doors open at 11:30 am, Start time 12:00 pm promptly

National Emergency - A Crisis at the Border


Tuesday, May 28, 2019

The Honorable Andrew Arthur


High Topps Backstage Grill

Timonium, Maryland

Socialize 5:30 pm, start time 6:00 pm promptly

What is a Convention of States?


Saturday, May 18, 2019

Steven Patten

Maryland Director Convention of States



Doors open at 11:30 am, Start time 12:00 pm promptly

Annapolis Wrap Up

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Kathy Szeliga  

Maryland House of Representatives

Minority Whip




Special Edition Saturday Meeting

February 19, 2019

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