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Hayden Duke

May 17, 2018
Grinding to a Halt
Hayden Duke

Surprise is usually reserved for others, but when I was chosen as the Republican of the Year by the Frederick County Republican Central Committee at the Lincoln-Reagan Dinner, the tables were turned on me. I was very surprised and deeply honored.


May 2, 2018
More “At-Large” County Council Candidates
Hayden Duke

After reviewing the candidacy of Jason Miller and Danny Farrar, both of whom are running for the Frederick County Council-at-Large, delving into other candidates for the “at-large” County Council seats seems appropriate.


April 13, 2018
Two for the Show
Hayden Duke

Last June I was speaking with someone who mentioned that one of the other aldermanic candidates suggested that we all run as a slate. I don’t like slates for many reasons.


April 6, 2018
The Race for GOP Central Committee
Hayden Duke

Since candidate filing for the 2018 elections ended a month ago, there have been two notable additions to the ballot here in Frederick County. Earl Robbins and Bud Otis will be running as unaffiliated candidates for county executive and county council-at-large respectively.


December 27, 2017
Keeping More of What’s Ours
Hayden Duke

I hope the good readers of TheTentacle.com had a very Merry Christmas, a Happy Hanukah and a blessed holiday season. I did not intend to write a political column this week since I believe that a break from politics is a good thing.


December 13, 2017
Can 2021 be good for the GOP in Frederick?
Hayden Duke

The next election in the City of Frederick isn’t until November 2021. The filing doesn’t even open until January of 2021, but the election has already begun.


November 29, 2017
A United Front Works Best
Hayden Duke

As a candidate I had always said that if I were to lose I didn’t want it to be close. The voters of Frederick City granted my wish – and that of every Republican candidate, on November 7th. It was a clean sweep for the Democrats for the first time in several decades.


November 14, 2017
Working Together Promises Great Results
Hayden Duke

Going to a “victory party” after you and your team loses an election is the closest thing in life to going to your own wake. The air feels heavy. You are greeted with somber faces and given condolences by family, good friends and acquaintances.



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