Tom Falcinelli couldn’t have been more invisible officiating a high school football game last weekend, attended by a few hundred parents and students.
When Alison Iovino learned that the University of Maryland was on the verge of eliminating her acrobatics and tumbling team last fall, she considered her seemingly limited options.
He said Romney-Ryan policies would have a “very negative impact on the state of Maryland.”
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.”