Dr. Politics

Tips, Tricks, Lessons Learned from My First Race

Dr. Politics: Planning Your First House Party

By admin | May 14, 2017

By Dwight Patel Technology Chairman, MDGOP   So, for a quick recap, you have found a treasurer, filed your papers to become a candidate for office, and sent out your first direct mail to raise money from your Christmas card list.  Now you are ready to have your first House Party.   The first thing you need…

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By admin | Apr 19, 2017

Dr. Politics: Developing Your First Donor File By Dwight Patel So, you have now filed as a candidate, gotten a treasurer and put together a Facebook Live video when you went to Annapolis to file your papers to run for office.  Now you need to start raising money!  For a first-time candidate, it’s a struggle…

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Dr. Politics:

By admin | Mar 5, 2017

  Dr. Politics: So, You Want to Run for Office in 2018 by Dwight Patel Congratulations on your decision to run for elected office in Maryland in 2018. I have run twice myself, and wouldn’t trade the experience for anything in the world.  The offices we need to field candidates for in Maryland in 2018…

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2016 Predictions – RECAP

By admin | Dec 29, 2016

Get ready for blizzards in the Midwest this January and February – HIT Redskins will choke in wild card game. – HIT Winners of Iowa caucus 1. Cruz, 2. Rubio 3. Trump – HIT New Hampshire Primary winners 1. Christie 2. Rubio 3. Cruz – MISSED THIS ONE Rand Paul Drops out before super Tuesday…

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2017 Predictions

By admin | Dec 29, 2016

Snow storms in January and February in the north east and Midwest. Keep those snow blowers and shovels handy Thunderstorms this spring, will lead to power losses No major hurricanes Obama will not leave Washington Few more stars will pass away in Hollywood Real Unemployment will drop like a rock Major Traffic Delays over Memorial…

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NEA Back to Its Old Tricks

By admin | Mar 27, 2016

Dwight Patel March 10, 2000 (CNSNews.com) WASHINGTON, DC – On Tuesday, I went to vote in the Maryland Republican Primary. The usually suspects were all rounded up. The neighborhood Liberals were out in full force, ranting and raving about the usual stuff, how Gingrich, DeLay, and basically anyone with an “R” next to their name,…

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Two Possible Futures for the Internet

By admin | Mar 27, 2016

by Dwight Patel on 11/19/99   These are exciting times for the Internet industry. It is a growing field, just in its infancy today. The Internet today may be where television was in the 1940s. One in every three new jobs created is within the Internet, and the other two are results of the Internet…

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VINDICATION

By admin | Mar 27, 2016

by Dwight Patel   We who stand on the political right have for years been complaining about the media bias against Conservatives.  My first boss in Washington, Reed Irvine, President of Accuracy In Media, made a career of exposing the liberal media biases.  As a result, many in media elite branded him a “nut.”  My…

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Net Activism

By admin | Mar 6, 2016

The year 2000 is upon us, and we are gearing up for another presidential election cycle. We have the typical candidates running, but some of the methods used by these campaigns are anything but typical. The GOP and the Democrats have both learned the power of the Internet. In the past five years, we have seen an explosion of net political activism.

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