Women voters were the target of much of the rhetoric at the Republican and Democratic conventions in the past two weeks.
Crashing the other Party’s convention could become the new norm as Democrats and Republicans battle in polarized political environment.
“Big government didn’t build America,” McDonnell said. “Small businesses don’t come out of Washington, D.C., pre-made on flatbed trucks.”
Ann Romney’s appeal was critical since Gallup polls show President Obama leading women voters 50 to 42 percent.
Today is John McCain’s birthday, the anniversary of Sarah Palin’s acceptance of the vice presidential nomination in 2008 and McCain will speak at the Republican National Convention tonight.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach encouraged Maryland delegates Tuesday morning to overturn the Dream Act this fall.
With the weather in Tampa no longer an issue, the Maryland delegation is off to a busy start at the Republican National Convention.
Despite Tropical Storm Isaac causing the cancellation of many of the day’s events at the Republican National Convention, Maryland delegates echoed their party’s message at breakfast Monday morning: “We can do better.”
A nuclear energy expert from Maryland found himself under fire from some members of the state’s Republican delegation during his Monday breakfast speech after criticizing natural gas fracking and its viability as a primary energy source.