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Anne Arundel Republicans Spicer-ing Up Their Annual Dinner

Anne Arundel County Republicans took it on the chin in 2018, losing seats in the legislature, on the County Council, and seeing their incumbent county executive and state’s attorney ousted.

So who is the county GOP turning to to cheer its leaders and activists up? Someone else who is used to taking it on the chin — and dishing it out: None other than Sean Spicer, President Trump’s first White House press secretary.

Spicer is scheduled to be the headliner at the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee’s annual Lincoln Reagan dinner on March 28 in Annapolis. Ticket prices start at $90 — $45 if you’re younger than 25 – and go up from there.

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