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***January Club Meeting will be virtual! See bottom of page for more info***
D33 Dems Club Meeting will be on:Congressman Anthony Brown! Thursday, January 13th from 6:00-8:00 pm with our guest speaker
VIRTUAL because our venue's tent was damaged by the recent snow. The event will now be
*** pay your membership dues,
visit our website, www.d33dems.org, to pay and join and the club!
Carole Brown - President (Returning)
Heather Bagnall - Vice President (New)
Jimmy Glenn - Treasurer (New)
Brent Mancha - Communications Secretary (Returning)
Alexandra Matiella Novak - Recording Secretary (Returning)
Laura Berrios - At Large (Returning)
Paul Fitzpatrick - At Large (Returning)
Jennifer Garcia - At Large (New)
Chuck Cook - At Large (New)
Luke Tudball - At Large (New)
Samantha Zwerling - At Large and ACCDCC Rep (New)
***We will also be voting for our 2022 D33 Board Members!*** You must be a current member to vote, so remember to
Congratulations Democrats for passing the biggest infrastructure bill since Eisenhower! How does Maryland benefit from the Infrastructure Bill? So many ways!
- $4.1 billion in federal highway aid.
- $409 million for bridge replacement and repairs. The White House says the state has 273 bridges and more than 2,201 miles of highway in “poor” condition.
- An undetermined share of $17.1 billion in national funding for ports, much of it for new construction.
- $1.7 billion to improve public transportation options across the state.
- $63 million to expand the state’s electric vehicle charging network.
- $7.9 million to protect against wildfires and $15.9 million to guard against cyberattacks.
- $844 million to improve water infrastructure systems.
- $238 million to supplement Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts.
- $100 million to enhance broadband coverage across the state. In addition, about 1 million Marylanders will be eligible for funding aimed at helping low-income families afford internet access.
- An undetermined share of $1 billion to remove damaging highways or other infrastructure projects of the past that split neighborhoods.
- Language allowing the Red Line light rail project in Baltimore to be revisited as part of billions of dollars in transportation capital investment grants. Hogan canceled the project in 2015.
Thank you to everyone for a very successful and fun D33 Democratic Club Declaration for Democracy Fundraiser. We had an amazing time and loved hearing from our volunteers, candidates and elected officials. We can't wait - Blue in 2022!!!
D33 Democratic Club Declaration for Democracy Fundraiser - August 22, 2021
Below is a list of our generous sponsors, with some of their webpages linked. We are so grateful for their sponsorship of our club and look forward to working with them to keep Anne Arundel County BLUE!
Friend of D33 Eileen Hoover
D33 President Alexandra Matiella Novak
Friend of D33 Delice Richards
THANK YOU FOR MAKING OUR FUNDRAISER A HUGE SUCCESS!!!
Must be a registered Democrat to join the D33 Club.
We currently meet the 2nd Thursday of Every Month. More information about our club meetings at the bottom of this page.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO SHOWED UP FOR OUR PARADES!
Below are pictures from Severna Park, Annapolis and Cape St. Claire!
Anne Arundel County is Blue again in 2020!
CONGRATULATIONS President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris!
AND CONGRATULATIONS TO ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY!
Anne Arundel sets new early voting record with more than 78,000 ballots cast; officials set sights on 100,000 voters - Capital Gazette 10/30/2020
WHEN WE VOTE, WE WIN!
ONWARD TO 2022!!!
Join D33 Delegate Bagnall and support the campaign to turn Anne Arundel County blue in 2022. We can't wait for a second blue wave. Now is the time to change the narrative and get in the room.
Delegate Heather Bagnall's Volunteer Page
Volunteer Opportunities with Delegate Bagnall - Upcoming Events!!!!
It's fair time! We will be supporting Delegate Bagnall's booth at a variety of fairs coming up this fall. Please visit this SignUp Genius Link to sign up for one or more of these great volunteer opportunities. Meet local Democrats and enjoy the events!
D33 Dems Letters to the Editor
Patrick McGregor - Misleading view of federal spending plan
Patrick McGregor - Congress must speed up climate actions
Erica McFarland - (School Board Member Corine) Frank should resign
Patrick McGregor - Mandating masks is the right thing to do
Rebecca Forte - Masks essential for return to school
Michelle Jones - School board member (Corine Frank) should resign
Pam Smelser & Alexandra Matiella Novak - Claims in retaliation lawsuit against Saab, Chisolmn are disturbing
Laura Berrios - Teachers
Kevin Burke - A wealth tax should be considered
Dan Kavanaugh - Reopen Republicans
Are you a D33 Democrat and have recently had an LTE or Opinion published in local media? Please email a link to email@example.com to have it highlighted here on our website. We want to hear your voice!
CLUB MEETING INFORMATION - JOIN US!!!
Zoom Connection Info will be posted here a few minutes before the start of the meeting and will be emailed to our club members in our weekly email.
Next Meeting Thursday January 13, 2022!
6:00-6:30 pm - Socialize
6:30 - 7:00 pm - Club Business and Announcements
7:00 - 8:00 pm - Guest Speaker
Guest SpeakerCongressman Anthony Brown!
Thank you to our November Club Meeting Speakers, County Executive Steuart Pittman and James Kitchin from Community Engagement and Constituent Services for County District 7.
Thank you to our October Club Meeting Speaker, Dawn Giles, Candidate for D33 Senator!
Thank you to our September speaker, Everett Sesker, Candidate for Sheriff!
At the January Club Meeting, we voted for the 2021 Board. Here are your D33 Club Board members:
President: Alexandra Matiella Novak
Vice President: Cathy Durkan
Treasurer: Patricia Underland
Secretary: Laura Berrios
Communications Secretary: Brent Mancha
At Large: Judy Moylan-Forman
At Large: Carole Brown
At Large: Paul Fitzpatrick
We look forward to serving our community and helping to elect more Democrats in D33 and Anne Arundel County!
Welcome to the official website of Maryland's District 33 Democratic Club!
Representing and promoting Democratic values for residents of District 33 in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
As a Club, we do not make endorsements in contested primary elections, but we encourage our members to learn about all candidates and work for the candidates of their choice. As soon as a primary is over, the Club commits all its energies to electing Democratic candidates in the general election.
More information can be found in our Bylaws
BECOME A MEMBER OF THE D33 DEMOCRATIC CLUB!!! YOU CAN JOIN OUR CLUB ONLINE BY CLICKING ON THE "JOIN THE 33RD" TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE. IF YOU PREFER TO PAY BY CHECK, PLEASE FILL OUT THIS FORM AND MAIL IT TO THE ADDRESS LISTED AT THE BOTTOM OF THE FORM. ANNUAL DUES ARE $25.00. YOU CAN ALSO PAY IN PERSON BY CHECK OR CASH AT OUR MONTHLY MEETING.
YOU MUST BE A REGISTERED DEMOCRAT TO JOIN THE 33RD.
The D33 Democratic Club mourns the loss of our good friend and public servant, William Joseph ‘Bill’ Boarman (June 30, 1946 – August 22, 2021).
A Letter from the D33 Democratic Club Board to our members, past and present...
Dear D33 Club Member,
It’s been so long since we’ve been together, but, Wow, this is now our time! We fought and we fought to get Democrats elected, and we did it! In January 2021, we took back the White House and both houses of Congress. We elected Joe Biden, President, and Kamala Harris, Vice President—the first woman Vice President in our history! Joe Biden has started to get something – big things – done for the American people – finally! In Anne Arundel County, we voted for Democrats Biden/Harris, and, after more than 20 years, we have a Democrat, Heather Bagnall, representing D33 in the Maryland House of Delegates. So, we see BLUE seeds growing in Anne Arundel County.
Please read the rest of our letter here.
Organizing while maintaining social distancing hasn’t been easy, but it's not impossible! There are so many ways we can continue to contact voters and be effective volunteers from the comforts of our homes.
We hope all of you are healthy and safe. These are definitely challenging and scary times for all of us and for now we are just taking it one day at a time. Please know that we are all here for each other and we are all in this together. Here are some ways we can stay involved.