ELECTION 2018 NRA Endorses Senate Candidate Jack Bailey with Grade of A; Waugh Failed to Get Better Than C
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By Ken Rossignol
ANNAPOLIS, MD. – What a fall from grace Steve Waugh is feeling these days, shunted aside by the incumbent and politically popular Republican Governor the Lusby resident who first became known for his relentless pursuit of a beetle that was undermining his cliffside home on the Chesapeake Bay – just down from the eroding cliffs named for Scientists, Waugh is proving that it doesn’t take a Rocket Scientist to figure out his reelection effort is fizzling.
Now with the NRA giving its coveted endorsement for Maryland State Senate candidates to Waugh’s challenger, Jack Bailey, of Mechanicsville, Waugh might want to go fishing after the June 26th primary election as going hunting would not only likely be out of season but holding a blunderbuss might remind him of how he lost the primary election to Bailey.
The NRA announced its endorsements and grading of Maryland State Senate Candidates on June 5, 2018, and for the ultra-liberal Democrat and Maryland Senate President Mike Miller of Chesapeake Beach in District 27 was a big fat F left on his doorstep.
District 28 incumbent Sen. Thomas “Mac” Middleton, also a Democrat, was endorsed and given a grade of A.
District 29 incumbent Steve Waugh managed to blow the NRA endorsement and barely came up with a C, which, as any 5th grader will tell you means that you likely cheated off of an equally untalented kid in your class.
The District 29 National Rifle Association endorsement goes to Jack Bailey for the Republican nomination for State Senate in the election to be held on June 26, 2018.
The day after losing the NRA endorsement to Bailey, Waugh sent out an email appeal for voters to attend his birthday party, at a cost of $40 each, with the following statement.
“We had a good year this year: CUT Income taxes, Budget Surplus, and over 100,000 new jobs!
Steve will continue to fight for Veterans, School Safety, and your Second Amendment rights as your State Senator in Annapolis.”
In order for Waugh to “continue to fight” for anything, he’ll have to defeat Bailey in the GOP primary.