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Why spend your time walking on a treadmill when you can walk a neighborhood with a friend and help Ed Priola return common sense to government at the same time?

Please help us distribute door hangers on the following Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM:
June 12, 19 and 26

Volunteers will meet at Ed’s home (9206 Perfect Hour, Columbia, MD 21045) at 10:00 AM for a quick coffee or tea, then head out in teams of two to specific neighborhoods. Please wear comfortable and slip-resistant shoes. Lunch will be provided!
Please sign up online or call Ed Priola at 202.627.9018 if you can join us. A few hours of your time will make a huge impact come Election Day!

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Here’s an overview of our key campaign accomplishments in the last month alone:

Completed the distribution of ~12,000 door hangers in District 13 with the help of our dedicated volunteers. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Please sign up online if you can join us during coming Saturdays. Waved signs

on the side of Howard County’s roads 4-6 times each week. Ed Priola waving at trafficGrew our Facebook Find us on Facebook community of friends to over 3,200, while our Twitter Follow us on Twitter following has surpassed 850. Met thousands of voters

at events across Howard County, including the Howard County Republican Club’s Happy Hour on May 7 and General Meeting on May 27; the Howard County Lincoln Day Dinner on May 11; Wine in the Woods on May 16; and, a "Meet and Greet" Coffee at the home of Jackie and Paul Duncan on June 2.


Dear Friend,

It’s official! On May 28, I filed my certificate of candidacy with the Maryland State Board of Elections to formally place my name on the ballot for the November 2010 election.

With less than five months to go until Election Day, I wanted to personally invite you to our fun-filled…

"Aloha Priola" Hawaiian Luau Party

Sunday July 11, 2010 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
High Ridge Park, 10100 Superior Avenue, Laurel, MD 20723

Tasty food, including "kalua" pig, pulled beef, burgers,
hot dogs and delicious tropical fruit treats, beer and soft drinks,
Hawaiian music, surprise contests and lots of fun!

Prizes awarded for best Hawaiian outfit (shirt, skirt and/or hat)!

Drawing for a $500 Gift Certificate from Callaway Golf. Each individual ticket buys one chance for the drawing. Each family ticket buys two chances. Additional chances may be purchased at the event.


$25 per person; $50 per family

Click here to purchase tickets online. Or, mail checks (made payable to "Friends of Ed Priola") to 9206 Perfect Hour, Columbia, MD 21045.

Please RSVP by e-mailing ed by July 1, 2010.

From I 95, take exit 35A to merge onto MD-216 E toward Laurel; turn right at All Saints Rd; turn right at Old Scaggsville Rd; turn left at Superior Avenue


Ed Priola's Signature
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P.S. Please forward this notice to your family and friends. If you can’t come, consider making a contribution to help our campaign. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call me at 202.627.9018 or email me at ed.

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Last Thursday, I drove to Annapolis and placed my name on the ballot for the November 2010 election. I had to do it on Thursday because on Friday, May 28, the Maryland State Board of Elections was closed. Governor O’Malley gave state employees a generous, extended Memorial Day "vacation." Of course, I am talking about the furloughs used to balance the books on what can best be described as a decades-long wasteful spending binge at the employees’ expense…

Just the week before, the Governor signed an executive order authorizing furloughs and pay cuts for state employees for the 2011 fiscal year too… except this time he granted furloughed workers paid administrative leave in 2012 for the same amounts. You got it right: those vacations will be at our (taxpayers’) expense…

Ed Priola speaking during the Howard County Republican Club "Candidates’ Night"
Ed Priola

For myself, I have decided that the government in Annapolis is thoroughly dysfunctional and that the people running the show there are dinosaurs. They have lost touch with the reality of Maryland’s working people and families. So many of them have been in the Legislature for 20, 30 or 40 years… they need to be retired.

District 13 in Howard County has its own share of political dinosaurs. The three incumbent delegates have spent 50+ years in elected office!

We need to put an end to Jurassic government. We need elected officials who will serve for a limited period of time in Annapolis, then come back to live under the laws they pass for everyone else.

This is why I am now, more than ever, convinced that we need term limits imposed upon all state elected officials. Term limits will retire the "dinosaurs" that roam the halls of the State Capitol and bring back a "citizen legislature."

Please mark your calendars and join us during the following campaign events and voter outreach activities:

Our opponents are well funded by special interests. To win the election, we need money to get our message out and people to help us hit the pavement… which is why I am asking for your help. Please join our team of volunteers and make a secure campaign contribution today.

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Individuals, corporations, associations and partnerships can contribute no more than $4,000 to one Maryland state campaign account and a total of $10,000 to all Maryland non-federal campaign accounts during the four year cycle. The current cycle began on January 1, 2007 and will end December 31, 2010.

Authority: Friends of Ed Priola, Christopher Lea, Treasurer
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