I have had a great time campaigning, getting to see people all over our district and meeting new folks has been a really great experience.I am encouraged by the trust that you have given me, I am humbled each and every time I pass a yard with my sign, or see volunteers wearing a Dwyer t- shirt and as always, I am honored to have been given the chance to serve you as your representative in Annapolis. With your help in these last few days,I am confident that I will return to continue being YOUR conservative voice.
Volunteers are needed to help sign wave at each of the 40 polling locations during the busy hours. I’d like to cover polls from 7-10am and then again from 4-8pm. Volunteers will greet voters and offer Delegate Dwyer’s literature to those ho want it. This is a very effective way to show support and enthusiasm and is a crucial part of the campaign, as many people make up their minds as they walk into the polls.
All volunteers are invited to come to Beefalo Bob’s on Ft. Smallwood Road where we will watch the returns.
To sign up to help me with poll support, please email Louisa Baucom.
I hope that if you can you will give me just a little bit more of your time and support!
PS! If you have a DWYER yard sign,I would appreciate it if you would take the sign with you when you vote and plant it at the entrance of your polling location.
I was not surprised nor should you be that the Gazette did not endorse me yet again.
It is obvious that our local news paper is more liberal than I am. Fortunately, their editorial attacks only bolster my supporters.
I did not go to Annapolis to make friends, nor did I go to go along get along; I went to make a difference. I have and will continue to defend the Constitution on which this great State was founded.
The editors somehow believe that it is inappropriate for me to stand and defend what I believe in as an elected official. They also believe it was irresponsible for me to hold Maryland’s Attorney General accountable to his Oath when he violated the Constitution and the separation of powers. For the record, he was impeached but was not removed by the Democrat majority in the State House. I hope you agree with my impeachment charge.
They said “Voters will have to decide for themselves whether Dwyer’s strong conservative views are more valuable than his embarrassing antics…” I have never been embarrassed defending the Constitution and your God given right to Life, Liberty and Property. I have simply stood on my beliefs and will continue to do so if you trust me once again to represent you.
It is true, I am outspoken. It also true that I refuse to speak in politically correct terms, I tell people what they need to know, not what they want to hear. As you might expect, this makes me controversial at times.
I have and will continue to fight to protect you and your constitutional rights. Fortunately, I have a well documented record of doing just that. My challengers on the other hand have no record anywhere.
Delegate Don Dwyer, Jr.
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Glen Burnie, Maryland
Today Delegate Don Dwyer, Jr. of Glen Burnie began his over the top sign waving campaign.
It is over the top because he is regularly seen above the car tops as he waves to motorist passing beneath bridges and overpasses
throughout District 31.
In 2002 and most recently 2006, Delegate Dwyer decided to use sign waving after watching the all time champion of sign waving County Executive Leopold for many years. “It was clearly working for Mr. Leopold so I decided to take it to a new level” Dwyer said.
There is no doubt that you will see Delegate Dwyer on the road in the near future if you live in northern Anne Arundel County.
Thanks to many dedicated supporters who donated time, tools and elbow grease over the the past three days! The large Dwyer campaign signs are now up! We still have more signs, so if you know of a great sign location and can get us permission to put a large 4X8 sign up, or if you would like a small yard sign for your own yard, please contact Ashley Antkowiak at firstname.lastname@example.org or Louisa Baucom at email@example.com.