“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.”

-- Abraham Lincoln

District 32 Republican Club



The Club’s mission is to promote the principles of the Republican Party through informative meetings and open for discussion and debate of issues and ideas.  It also seeks to work for the benefit and development of the Republican Party in Anne Arundel County.



Our monthly meetings are held at 7524 Old Stage Rd., Glen Burnie, MD 21061 on the 1st Tuesday of each month. Meetings normally start at 7:00 PM and are open to the public. Pizza and drinks will be provided.

For more info contact Club President Stephen Clark Reigle on Facebook or call Steve 410-952-9705 or email him at reigle8622@msn.com.

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NEXT MEETING - December 3 2019

Please join the District 32 Republican Club at Glen Burnie Baptist Church for our December meeting for a special presentation from Anne Arundel County's Sitting Judges. The Sitting Judges, who have gone through an aggressive nomination process, will be making the case for a strong judiciary with high quality judges. We will also be joined by District 33 Delegate, Micheal Malone, who will provide the club with a high-level overview of the Judicial process, and will help us all be more informed citizens. There will be a Q&A period. Anyone wanting to learn more about Anne Arundel County's judicial process will NOT want to miss this opportunity to learn more about your local government and the Circuit Court.

Circuit Courts are the highest comment law and equity courts of record exercising original jurisdiction within Maryland. Each has full common law and equity powers and jurisdiction in all civil and criminal cases within its county, and all the additional powers and jurisdiction conferred by the Maryland Constitution and by law, except where jurisdiction has been limited or conferred exclusively upon another tribunal by law As trial courts of general jurisdiction, Circuit Courts have very broad jurisdictions, generally covering major civil cases and more serious criminal matters. Circuit Courts also may decide appeals from the District Court of Maryland and certain administrative agencies.