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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Delegate Dwyer will have a table at the upcoming Republican Candidate Trade Show. Here are the details:
Candidate Trade Show
Columbian Center, Severna Park
Thursday, September 9th
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
FREE TO THE PUBLIC
No speeches, just handshakes and conversations. Bring your family, friends, neighbors, Scout Groups, etc.
We hope to see you there!
Sponsored by Scardina Plumbing, Image Creators Salon, The Elephant Club, The North County
Republican Club, The Severna Park Republican Women’s Club and the Republican Women of Maryland.
August 31, 2010
Anne Arundel County Delegate Don Dwyer, Jr. has signed on today to legal documents in the case of “The United States of America V. State of Arizona”; and Janice K. Brewer in her official capacity.
The Amicus Brief is calling for the reversal of the courts decision against the State of Arizona regarding the passage of State legislation (SB1070) that authorized the State of Arizona to enforce immigration laws within their state borders.
“This case and and the Federal Courts attack on the State of Arizona is a blatant abuse of Federal power and amounts to tyranny. The State of Maryland and many other States across this Nation are plagued with the cost and crimes associated with illegal immigration. Each State has the Constitutional right to defend itself and its borders against illegal intruders.”
Maryland will join the Arizona legislature and will introduce the same legislation in the 2011 legislative session. If necessary, Dwyer will be the lead sponsor.
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August 11, 2010
KATHERINE WINFREE Chief Deputy Attorney General
JOHN B. HOWARD, JR. Deputy Attorney General
The Honorable Don H. Dwyer, Jr. Room 154 Lowe House Office Building Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Dear Delegate Dwyer:
We have received your letter dated August 3, 2010, in which you request further advice concerning the recent Supreme Court decision construing the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution – McDonald v. City of Chicago, 2010 WL 2555188 (2010). In particular, you ask about the constitutionality of the statutory conditions for a permit to carry a handgun that are set forth in Annotated Code of Maryland, Public Safety Article, §5- 306(a)(5).
A law suit has recently been filed against the State challenging the constitutionality of that statute. Wool/and v. Sheridan, Case No.1: 1 O-CV -02068-JFM (D. Md.). Consistent with our obligations to defend enactments of the General Assembly, the Office of the Attorney General is defending the constitutionality of the statute in that litigation. See State v. Burning Tree Club, Inc., 301 Md. 9, 37 (1984). It has been the longstanding policy of the Attorney General’s Office not to issue a formal opinion on a matter that is currently in litigation. We will be happy to advise you of the outcome of the case when it is resolved.
Very truly yours,
Robert N. McDonald
Chief Counsel Opinions and Advice
Check out this WBAL Story about the Same-Sex Marriage amendment. Be sure to watch the video:
New photos of the Severna Park Parade added today!
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Today Delegate Don Dwyer committed to support “Right to Work” Legislation in Maryland.
This legislation if passed would break the stronghold labor unions have on business and employees in Maryland.
“Its time we allow businesses and their employees act and speak for themselves. This legislation would not prohibit unions
It simply allows an opt out provision. I fully support Right to Work legislation, as I have done so in the past.” Said Dwyer.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Today Delegate Don Dwyer signed a pledge supporting the “Citizens Rights Act”.
This legislation is being introduced in the upcoming legislative session and will model
the Arizona immigration law that has caused National attention.
“I hope to be the first member of the Anne Arundel County Delegation to sign the pledge.
Why is it that so many are refusing to address the issue of illegal immigration? My solution is to
Register all guest workers for a limited period of time and restrict ALL government benefits until they
become citizens of the United States of America.” Dwyer said.
Dear supporters and volunteers of Don Dwyer:
Delegate Dwyer is going to be door knocking this Saturday in his home neighborhood of Harundale! If you can help us for a few hours on Saturday morning, from 9:30am to 2:pm (or however long you can stay) we would love to have you.
Door to door Delegate Dwyer style is very easy! We ask only two questions,
1) Can we put a sign in their yard?
2) Would they like to speak with the Delegate, and if they do- we will send him over to talk with them.
If you have not done this before and are hesitant- please know that we can partner you with someone who can take the lead.
Let me know if you can come- wear your Don Dwyer t-shirts and we will meet at Don’s house at 9:30am
Contact me for the location information.
Louisa Baucom phone: 443-386-5191 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your continued interest in the re-election campaign of Delegate Don Dwyer, Jr.
Supporters of Don Dwyer