Our Revolution - Maryland

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Our Revolution - Maryland is affiliate to Our Revolution and Democratic Socialists of America.



Our Revolution - Maryland May 20, 2019 ·


With Don Bosset, Paul Baicich, Suchitra Balachandran, Bob Muehlenkamp, Hal Ginsberg, Jacob Kravetz, Keanuu Smith-Brown, Nabi, Ed Fischman and Suzannah Mullen.

Our Revolution Anne Arundel Co. Public Facebook group[5]

Baltimore City/County Facebook group moderators[6]

Howard County chapter officers, in place through early 2019, are the following:[7]

Lower Shore Progressive Caucus Facebook group[8]



Montgomery County Facebook group[9]


University of Maryland branch[10]

Our Revolution - University of Maryland Chapter October 11, 2015


With Chris Duffy, Christopher Walkup, Justin Lee, Joshua Tyler Stanley and Roxy Young at McKeldin Library, University of Maryland.

Our Revolution - University of Maryland Chapter, March 4, 2016.


Our awesome phonebanking team making calls out to Michigan and Kansas! Come to JMZ 3120 tomorrow from 1pm to 4pm to take part in the revolution! — with Arthur McGill, Maille O'Donnell, Mandy Stussman, Afi Onyile and Casey Webbert in College Park, Maryland.

Our Revolution - University of Maryland Chapter, March 22, 2016


Terps for Bernie registered almost 100 people to vote today outside of McKeldin Library! We will be outside McKeldin again from 12:30-4:30 tomorrow; come check us out and get registered to vote! — with Mandy Stussman, Tatiana Bodnar, Maille O'Donnell, Christopher Walkup, Amelia Avis and Mohamad Bizri.

Western Maryland branch public Facebook group[11]

Admins and Moderators8

First statewide meeting

Our Revolution - Maryland's first statewide meeting. Sunday, April 23 3:30 2017, p.m. Tommy Douglas Conference Center 10000 New Hampshire Ave Silver Spring, MD 20903. A livestream with Nina Turner, Larry Cohen, Benjamin Jealous and DSA member Mike Connolly.[12]

Our Revolution supports Ben Jealous

“This election cycle, Our Revolution - Maryland’s 8,000 members endorsed 160 deeply progressive, passionate citizens running for every office in the state on the issues that matter to working families,” said Bob Muehlenkamp, Chair of Our Revolution - Maryland. “For months, they have worked day and night talking to their neighbors about the importance of embracing progressive policies and changing the political landscape in Maryland. We knew we’d be successful on primary night, and Ben Jealous’ primary win provided confirmation that we are on the right path.”[13]