Mr. Bernard “Berney” Flowers is running for Congress in Maryland’s 2nd Congressional District. With a career that spans over 33 years of combined experience in the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the private sector, Berney brings a wealth of expertise to bear.
Education Matters host, Dr. Harry Jackson, takes on critical issues that are central to the upcoming elections. In this episode he interviews Republican Candidates for Congress Bernard “Berney” Flowers (R) MD 2nd District, and Paul Lott (R) VA 10th District.
U.S. Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger has never represented Carroll County. The veteran Democrat is based in Baltimore County, and his congressional district currently also includes pieces of Anne Arundel, Howard and Harford counties.
Check out Berney’s interview on Tommy Carrigan’s TPC Podcast, where they discussed a wide range to topics such as the Ukraine War, the Military/Industrial Complex, Alternative Energy Sources and more.
Please take a moment to listen to Berney’s recent interview on Sean Casey & Bruce Elliott’s WCBM radio show last week”, where Berney explains who he is and why he is running.
Last night, (15 March) we had a very busy night as I made presentations at both Maryland House of Delegates LaToya Nkongolo’s Fundraiser, and at the Severna Park Republican Women’s Club’s March Meeting. I had a great time and met some really outstanding people.
On the night of March 10th, I attended the North County Republican Club’s March Meeting in Pasadena, MD. We had an exciting group of speakers, led by Gubernatorial Candidate Dan Cox. After the speakers, a lady from the audience asked “why kid’s after school sports are no longer funded in Anne Arundel County.”
“Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Flowers has the character, drive, and intelligence to continue to serve his nation and community as he did while in the Air Force. As a fellow Airmen and Delegate in the Maryland General Assembly, I know he will represent us all well in DC”.
I thought that I might update you on my campaign for Congress. Things are going well. I am out and about most nights, speaking to local groups. My reception has been very positive and I am thankful for that. People are accessing our website and our social media accounts. Most of all, I am glad that I retired from DoD. If we are going to make positive changes in our local area, I feel that change had to start with “ME”. I have willingly embraced that task and I am working to help improve the lives of my fellow Marylander’s.