Thursday, October 6, 2011

"Rally on the River"!!! This Saturday

Rally on the River!!!
Rally on the River-Legislative Update on Special Session
By Delegate Mike McDermott

Dear Patriot,

Serving as your State Delegate is one of the greatest honors of my life. With your help, our Eastern Shore voice is being heard from the floor of the State House to the hallways of the Governor’s Mansion. While I am up against some tough foes in Annapolis, I always remember the folks back home have my back. For that, I am  grateful.

The tax and spend crowd continue to dominate the halls of Annapolis, and the upcoming Special Session in mid October promises to be full of challenges and attacks on the wallets of Marylanders. With that in mind, I want to invite you to mark your calendar for my Rally on the River being held on:

Saturday, October 8th, 2pm in the Sturgis Park Pavilion located in Snow Hill.

We will be serving delicious Bar-B-Q along with “all the fixin’s”. Soda and beer will also be provided. This will give me a chance to share with you my insights on the upcoming session and talk about the many challenges we expect to face in the General Assembly during this Special Session. Joining me in providing the inside scoop will be House Minority Leader Tony O’Donnell and House Minority Whip Jeanie Haddaway-Riccio.

This time of insight, encouragement, and fellowship is not to be missed. You can help by sponsoring a table for $200, This will include 10-tickets for you to sell or give away, and special recognition at the Rally. Individual tickets will also be available for $20.

Rally on the River Table Sponsors and Tickets may be purchased by credit card online at or by returning your check payable to Citizens to Elect Mike McDermott (217 Walnut St. Pocomoke City, MD 21851. If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at 410-957-4668 or contact my Event Coordinator,Heather Horner, at 410.430.9405 or

During the last Special Session, Marylanders were hit with huge tax increases. Dont’t miss your chance to hear strategy for the upcoming fight!

                   Warmest Regards,
Mike McDermott, Delegate
House Judiciary Committee
Thank you for your support!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

My friend was hit with an $8000 dollar bill for her state unemployment tax. Her business is off by just about 36% so far in 2011. She only employs like a 1/2 dozen people and when you get right down to it for all the hours she and her husband put in it amounts to like them each making around 15 dollars an hour themselves. That's not fair after they took a risk and opened a business and work long hard hours themselves.
No wonder no one wants to even attempt to open a business anymore.