The North County Republican Club (NCRC) of northern Anne Arundel County, Maryland, in was founded in 1991. Doug Arnold, who at the time was a member of the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee became NCRC’s first president. He and Faith Loudon began the club and it’s first meeting was held at Berger’s Restaurant on Mountain Road, in Pasadena. The site now houses The Texas Roadhouse.
Robert Neall, the County Executive, was the guest speaker at the first meeting. Approximately 80 people attended this first meeting. It was the beginning of a great group of interesting people whose goal it is to get Republicans elected. The steering committee (members were Mr. Nisser and Jane Nisser, Frank Halgas, Dave Blanch, Faith Loudon and Doug Arnold) wrote the By-Laws and established a Nominating Committee for electing officers.
Over the years the club has worked on many successful campaigns for Republicans at all levels including State Delegates, State Senators, County Council, County Executive, Governor and President. Not to mention State’s Attorney, Register of Wills, Clerk of the Court, Judges of the Circuit Court and Orphan’s Court, Sheriff, and Dog Catcher.
WORKING TOGETHER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The NCRC was formed to ensure that residents of northern Anne Arundel County were able to access their local electric officials and come together to support our county, state and federal candidates and elected officials. The NCRC reaches their goal by:
- Providing a forum for members to stay up to date with the Republican party’s activities,
- Collaborate with Candidate Campaigns,
- Promote Awareness of the Republican Party and the Club to the community,
- and providing the community with opportunities to have their voice heard by their elected officials.