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Please come out and support our campaign for the Maryland Senate in District 1. Tickets are just $25. Food, live music and non alcoholic drinks included in ticket price. Click on link Click for Details to purchase tickets and or
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Our co-hosts Rob McCoury from the Travelin' McCourys and Dre' Anders from Dre' and the Collective will be there to meet and greet their fans.
I made the official announcement with my family by my side at the Allegany County Fair, and I have been humbled by your faith in me. I know I have big shoes to fill following the retirement of Senator George Edwards, but I hope you will agree that my conservative record to Western Maryland demonstrates that I am up for the job.
The campaign is off to a strong start, and I am asking you to come out to Locust Post Brewery to support our campaign fundraiser. The 2022 Primary and General Elections are just around the corner. I am working hard to ensure that I have the resources I need to run a strong race so that I can continue representing you and our Conservative Western Maryland Values in Annapolis.
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Date: November 2, 2021

Locust Post Brewery
31706 Old Adams Rd
Little Orleans MD 21766

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More About this Event Poster: Citizens to Elect Mike McKay

elegate Mike McKay is a husband, father and small business owner. He has represented District 1C, which includes Washington & Allegany Counties in the House of Delegates since 2015 where he is a member of the Appropriations Committee.

In July 2021, after careful consideration, Delegate McKay announced that he would run for the open District 1 Senate seat in 2022 following the decision by long-time Senator George Edwards to not seek re-election.

Throughout his time in public service, Delegate McKay has been a passionate champion for Western Maryland and the state’s rural communities, especially in the areas of economic and workforce development and healthcare.

Delegate McKay was recently named Co-Chair of the State Commission on Economic Stability, which is charged with developing a path to the middle class for all Marylanders.

He was the 2019 Recipient of the Mac Middleton Rural Health Legislator of the Year and is the Western Maryland representative on the Maryland Rural Council.

Prior to serving in the Maryland General Assembly, Delegate McKay was an Allegany County Commissioner and member of the Allegany County Board of Education, Allegany Board of Health, Allegany County Task Force on Child Abuse, Allegany County Mental Health Advisory Board and the Allegany County Social Services Board of Directors. He was also active with the Maryland Association of Counties and is a graduate of their Academy for Excellence in Local Government. He has also a graduate of Leadership Allegany!

Delegate McKay is a career independent small business owner and is the President and CEO of Allegany Management Services, Inc., a progressive and professional cleaning and restoration firm headquartered in Allegany County with two locations in Maryland. He has been an active member of the Allegany County Chamber of Commerce, serving as President and Chairman of the Board.

Delegate McKay and his wife, Kimberly moved to Allegany County in 1996. They live in Cumberland with their eight children: Courtney, Mason, Madison, Matthew, Joshua, Julian, Reagan, and Lincoln. The McKays are actively involved in the greater faith-based community in the Tri-State Area and are members of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Cumberland.

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