Welcome to the Republican Central Committee of Harford County Web Site. Through this site you can get information on Republican news and events in Harford County, find out about the Central Committee and the Republican Clubs in the County, volunteer, make contributions, and much more.
To find out what we do, and how we do it, you can read our bylaws. (Bylaws will be reviewed in November with the newly elected committee. Amendments may be made at that point)
The Republican Central Committee holds regular meetings at 6:30 pm on the third Wednesday of each month. If you have any questions, contact the Chairwoman, Jessica Blake at [email protected], or speak to any member of the Central Committee.
Jessica Blake, Chair
Senator Linda Norman, Vice Chair
Linda Norman is currently serving her second term as Vice-Chair for the Republican Central Committee. She is also a board member of The Alliance of Harford County and a former State of Maryland Senator.
Jeff is a lifelong resident of Harford County. He first was appointed to the central committee in 2012 and has since served as finance chair and 5 prior terms as Chairman. Jeff is a licensed professional engineer and is a partner at the firm he has been with since 1987. He has also served on legislative committees for professional engineering organizations where he has participated in legislative oversight at the state and federal levels for over 2 decades.
A conservative Republican who promotes the Platform of the RNC and the mission of the Republican Central Committee of Harford County.
Joe Norman was born and raised in Harford County, and currently resides with his wife and three boys in Jarrettsville. Joe has been an active volunteer for candidates and for the Harford County GOP and looks forward to continuing that work as an elected member of the Republican Central Committee of Hartford County. In his professional life Joe owns and operates two small businesses, The Norman Home Team of Keller Williams Gateway and Blue Door Residential Property Management.
Brian is a lifelong Republican that has supported and volunteered on many Republican campaigns. Brian is an Army Veteran and has been working for the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command for the past 26 years. He has lived 14 years in overseas locations and deployed 4 times to Southwest Asia. Brian met his wife in the Republic of Korea, where they were married 36 years ago. Together they raised their two children, moving often between duty stations, before settling in Havre de Grace, MD.
Jake Taylor is a lifelong resident of Harford County and current student at Loyola University Maryland, where he serves as President of the College Republicans. He has experience running campaigns in Harford County and looks forward to amplifying young and new voices within the party.