It seems as though most Maryland members of Congress are spending their Easter break warily hiding out from the post-Obamacare wrath of many constituents. At this time, none of the ten Maryland representatives to Congress have scheduled a town hall meeting during the break. Eighth District Congressman Chris Van Hollen comes closest with a public gathering scheduled for the first day back, April 12th.
First District Congressman Frank Kratovil has also been busy around his district, stopping at several points around the district to check into ongoing projects and speak to select members of the voting public.
On the other hand, the Maryland Republican Party will be more aggressive, engaging their public with a series of townhall meetings slated for next week. The nine stops include Annapolis, Salisbury, Easton, Catonsville, Hagerstown, Frederick, Silver Spring, Waldorf, and Bowie. As they note, “the MDGOP Town Hall Tour is geared toward letting all Marylanders voice their opinions on how we can return fiscal responsibility to Annapolis and Washington D.C.”
(continued on my Examiner.com page…)