LAURIE HALVERSON FOR DELEGATE, DISTRICT 15

Meet Laurie

Currently serving as a Montgomery County Board of License Commissioner, Laurie is a former Maryland Board of Education member and was an effective PTA leader at the local and county levels for over 10 years. She is a Leadership Montgomery graduate, a 2014 candidate for the MCPS Board of Education, and was named a “White House Champion of Change” by President Obama’s administration for her advocacy work. She was appointed by Governor Hogan to serve on the Commission to Review Maryland’s Use of Assessments & Testing in Public Schools in 2015/16.

IMG_0176.jpg

News

21 This Week Show Gives Accolades to the Halverson Campaign

 

Hogan Revs Up Montgomery County Crowd, Tries to Ignore Ficker

.....Republicans also believe another one of their candidates Laurie Halverson a former member of the State Board of Education, also has a chance of winning. Both Jacobs and Halverson feature Hogan prominently on their campaign websites, literature and social media accounts.... Read entire article  

LAURIE HALVERSON’S CAMPAIGN FOR STATE DELEGATE IN LD 15 IS FOCUSED ON COMMON SENSE SOLUTIONS FOR MARYLAND’S PROBLEMS

Laurie Halverson’s campaign for State Delegate in LD 15 has increased voter awareness of how valuable her experience would be, especially in the field of education. (Her website at LaurieHalversonforDelegate.com contains a detailed rundown of her experience and goals.) During a recent campaign event hosted by Nancy Griffin and Annette Wolf, GOP Minority Whip Kathy Szeliga spoke about the importance of electing Governor Hogan and candidates like Halverson with community leadership experience who will support his plans to move Maryland forward.... Read More

October 8 Political Roundup from Bethesda Magazine

"One of Qi’s opponents, former state Board of Education member Laurie Halverson, is one of only a couple of Republicans given a chance of success this year in a county that has not elected a Republican to office since 2002." https://bethesdamagazine.com/bethesda-beat/politics/political-roundup-county-exec-candidates-tap-into-public-funding-for-more-than-500k-in-general-election/

How Maryland's School System Became the Second Least Accountable in the Nation By: Laurie Halverson

Maryland has the unfortunate distinction of being the second least accountable school system in the nation. This means that the federal plan (under the “Every Student Succeeds Act”) to determine school accountability is based on a weaker set of academic factors than most of the nation. Standardized test scores for high schools, for example, account for only 30% of a school’s overall score.... The article in its entirety can be found at:  https://www.mcgop.com/how_maryland_s_school_system_became_the_second_least_accountable_in_the_nation

Former state school board member to run for District 15 delegate

  Since the late Del. Jean Cryor was elected from District 15 in 2002, no Republican anywhere in Montgomery County has won election to the Maryland General Assembly. Laurie Halverson of Potomac, a former member of the state Board of Education, is cautiously optimistic she can change that: She filed Wednesday to run for the House of Delegates from District 15. Read the full article here: http://www.bethesdamagazine.com/Bethesda-Beat/2017/Political-Roundup-Local-Newspaper-Columnist-Ends-Congressional-Campaign-after-Two-Days/

Donate

Choose Amount:
MDGOP Candidate