Maryland Congressional Candidates for Congress Republican and Democrat

Presidential Election Day: Nov. 8, 2016

Presidential Primary and State Primary Election: April 26, 2016


Maryland Congressional Candidates for Congress Republican and Democrat

Maryland Congress Candidates

Maryland Congress Candidates

Maryland Candidates for Congress 2016

Maryland Congress Candidates
Maryland Congressional Candidates

Maryland Candidates for US Congress from MD

District 1:
Andy Harris (R)
Jonathan Goff (R)
Sean Jackson (R)
Mike Smigiel (R) - Tea Party Activist
Jim Ireton (D)
Joe Werner (D)
Matt Beers (Libertarian)

District 2:
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D)
Bill Heine (R)
Carl Magee (R)
Pat McDonough (R)
Yuripzy Morgan (R)
Mark Shell (R)
Kristin Kasprzak (Libertarian)

District 3:
John Sarbanes (D)
John Rea (D)
Thomas "Pinkston" Harris (R)
Mark Plaster (R)
Nnabu Eze (Green)

District 4:
Anthony Brown (D)
Warren Christopher (D)
Glenn Ivey (D)
Joseline Peña-Melnyk (D)
Terence Strait (D)
Robert "Bro" Broadus (R)
Rob Buck (R)
George McDermott (R)
David Therrien (R)
Kamesha Clark (Green)

District 5:
Steny Hoyer (D)
Kristin Beck (D)
Debbie Wilson (D)
Mark Arness (R)
Sam Faddis (R)

District 6:
John Delaney (D)
Tony Puca (D)
Terry Baker (R)
Scott Cheng (R)
Robin Ficker (R)
Amie Hoeber (R)
Frank Howard (R)
Chris Mason (R)
Harold Painter (R)
Dave Vogt (R)
George Gluck (Green)

District 7:
Elijah Cummings (D)
Adrian Petrus (D)
Ray Bly (R)
William Newton (R)
Corrogan Vaughn (R)
Myles Hoenig (Green)
Scott Soffen (Libertarian)
Andre Kersey (Independent)

District 8:
Dave Anderson (D)
Kumar Barve (D)
Dan Bolling (D)
Ana Sol Gutierrez (D)
Will Jawando (D)
Kathleen Matthews (D)
Jamie Raskin (D)
Joel Rubin (D)
David Trone (D)
Dan Cox (R)
Jeff Jones (R)
Liz Matory (R)
Aryeh Shudofsky (R)
Shelly Skolnick (R)
Elizabeth Croydon (Green)
Charles "Teddy" Galloway (Green)
Nancy Wallace (Green)
Jasen Wunder (Libertarian)

Maryland US Senator Candidates 2016

Freddie Dickson Jr. (D)
Donna Edwards (D)
Ralph Jaffe (D)
Charles Smith (D)
Violet Staley (D)
Blaine Taylor (D)
Ed Tinus (D)
Chris Van Hollen (D)
Lih Young (D)
Chris Chaffee (R)
Sean Connor (R)
Richard Douglas (R)
John Graziani (R)
Greg Holmes (R)
Joe Hooe (R)
Chrys Kefalas (R)
Mark McNicholas (R)
Lynn Richardson (R)
Anthony Seda (R)
Richard Shawver (R)
Kathy Szeliga (R)
Dave Wallace (R)
Garry Thomas Yarrington (R)
Margaret Flowers (Green)
Arvin Vohra (Libertarian)
Greg Dorsey (Independent)
Steve Gladstone (Independent)
Edward Shlikas (Independent)
Kay Young (Independent)

Maryland Candidates:

Maryland Senate Candidates
Maryland Congress Candidates 2016

Christian Voting Guide for Voters
For an intensive list of recommended conservative congressional candidates in Maryland, more details see:

History of Maryland - Information that every candidate for Congress should know.

One of the original 13 states, Maryland lies at the center of the Eastern Seaboard, amid the great commercial and population complex that stretches from Maine to Virginia. Its small size belies the great diversity of its landscapes and of the ways of life that they foster, from the low-lying and water-oriented Eastern Shore and Chesapeake Bay area, through the metropolitan hurly-burly of Baltimore, its largest city, to the forested Appalachian foothills and mountains of its western reaches.

Maryland was named in honour of Henrietta Maria, the wife of King Charles I, by a grateful Cecilius (Cecil) Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore, who was granted a charter for the land in 1632. Annapolis, the state capital, lies on Chesapeake Bay, roughly equidistant from Baltimore (north) and Washington, D.C. (west).

Geography has provided Maryland a role in U.S. history as a pivot between the North and the South. Its northern border with Pennsylvania is the famous Mason and Dixon Line, drawn in the 1760s to settle disputes between the Penn and Calvert families and traditionally regarded as the boundary between the North and the South. To the south much of the boundary with Virginia is formed by the Potomac River, a symbolic barrier during the American Civil War. On the north bank of the Potomac lies the District of Columbia (coterminous with the city of Washington, D.C.), a small enclave ceded by Maryland in 1791 for the site of the national capital. East of the Chesapeake, the Eastern Shore shares the Delmarva Peninsula with Delaware on the north and Virginia on the south. In the mountainous west is Maryland's panhandle, which is joined to the rest of the state by a narrow waist and interlocks with the eastern panhandle of West Virginia.

Who Are Christian Citizens

Christian Citizens - Leading the the way on conservative values. Christian Citizens is best known for leading the charge on the Marriage Amendment that passed. Wear a Christian 7-shirt and say Jesus is Lord.
The Ten Commandments are EVERLASTING LAWS: No creature has the wisdom or power to create anything that endures forever. That fact is quite clear from everything man fashions. All of it fades away eventually. Man could not have made that which is eternal while he can't even keep his own body from dying and decaying. He who is mortal cannot create that which is immortal. An eternal law has to have an eternal author. The moral law given by God to Moses, is called the Mosaic Law. Mosaic a term applied to Moses. Mosaic Law

Since the TEN COMMANDMENTS are eternal, THEY ARE IMMUTABLE: All laws made by the creature are subject to change and destruction even while their authors live or die. Even the most wrongly venerated human charter on earth - the American Constitution - has been changed and amended.

THEY ARE INDESTRUCTIBLE: The eternal nature of the TEN COMMANDMENTS is also seen in the fact that for over 6,000 years, they have endured the fiercest attacks and endeavors by their enemies to destroy them, even in the absence of effort of anyone to protect them. They survive in their original form, unpolluted and unchanged with the most of satanic and human power arrayed against them.

No creature would make an eternal law that he hates even if he had the power to make such a law. The Children of Israel carried the Commandments in the Ark of the Covenant.

THEY ARE UNIVERSAL IN AUTHORITY: The universal authority of the TEN COMMANDMENTS over all mankind proves they are from God. No creatures either singly or collectively have the power to impose laws upon every single member of mankind and make every member of mankind legal and rightful subjects with the unquestionable responsibility to perfectly obey them. Whenever and wherever the creature has made laws, the laws' authority has always been limited.

Arizona Senator Candidates 2016

Florida Senator Candidates 2016

Massachusetts Senator Candidates 2016

Christian Citizens One of America's Founding Principles