Solutions Are Possible

Let's work together to
Change Maryland for the Better.

Let's work together to Change Maryland for the Better.

Key Priorities

Cutting Taxes
& Fees

Roll back recent tax and fee increases and focus on implementing sensible tax policies that will reduce the burden on middle-class taxpayers and retirees, so you can keep more of your hard-earned money.

Enabling a Competitive Business Environment

Lower corporate tax rates, reduce burdensome regulations to increase competitiveness, grow the private-sector and encourage diversification of our job base, so businesses can succeed in Maryland.

Securing Funding for Local Transportation Priorities

Fight for funding for local transportation projects so gas tax revenue is spent on road and bridge projects, not mass-transit.

Promoting Healthcare
& Insurance Reforms

Advocate for policies to lower insurance prices, reduce opioid dependency, and make mental health a priority so healthcare is both accessible and affordable.

Protecting Our Quality of Life

Protect private property ownership rights, protect our rural character and the Chesapeake Bay, and defend the right to bear arms so we retain our freedoms.

Securing Record Levels of Education Funding

Continue fighting for record amounts of education funding, including school safety funding, so St. Mary's County schools remain successful and safe.

Ending Partisan Gerrymandering

Fight against gerrymandering so that voting districts are fair and voters are not disenfranchised.

Opposing Sanctuary State Policies

Expose efforts by other politicians that would make Maryland a Sanctuary State and oppose all legislation that favors illegal aliens over US Citizens so that we can meet the needs of our citizens first.

Real Solutions. Real Results. Re-Elect Matt Morgan.

Real Solutions.
Real Results.
Re-Elect Matt Morgan.

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As a lifelong resident of Southern Maryland, I understand the challenges and opportunities our local community faces. Government has become too involved in our everyday lives. High taxes and fees, burdensome regulations, and big government programs take money out of your hands and put it in the hands of bureaucrats. And economic anxiety and the micro-management of our lives is holding Maryland back. In my time in Annapolis, I have been focused on policies to change that course.