Follow Along With GOP Convention

We'll be sharing coverage from the Republican National Convention in Tampa this week.

Your local Patch site will be sharing coverage this week from the scene of the Republican National Convention in Tampa this week.

Patch's editors in Tampa are covering the convention as it happens.

Monday's slate of scheduled events was canceled due to Tropical Storm Isaac, which is forecast to pass through Florida Sunday evening through Tuesday. Read the experience of who arrived in Tampa over the weekend.

Maryland is sending 37 delegates to Tampa this week; three from each congressional district, 10 at-large selections, two Republican National Committee members and state GOP chair Alex X. Mooney.

Are you interested in blogging about this week's convention or any other topics in the news? Visit your favorite Patch and click "Start a Blog" on the home page.

Buck Harmon August 30, 2012 at 01:49 AM
This is what you do FIFI, it's the best that you are capable of, I understand. It can't be easy bein a Patch Pigeon...silly little coward...
Buck Harmon August 30, 2012 at 01:51 AM
This is what you do FIFI, poor little Patch Pigeon acting like a pooed on little school boy....we understand..
Steve August 30, 2012 at 02:15 AM
Yes I did JoeBlob, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPGE6CzZ_84&feature=related
Justice September 22, 2012 at 10:55 AM
Honeygo Hal keep on going.. I think you got Joe a blowing in the wind. .. Here we go again and it's been four years? Still thinking our President Obama is a Muslim? Do you think we have to have the President produce another birth certificate too? Maybe D. Trump could have it framed in gold and give it to President Obama after November 2012 elections? I know the Vatican has some to offer. Or the hands that desecrated SACRED GROUNDS (I know they didn't pay no taxes on what they STOLED during the Gold Rush. Yeah! and they talk of faith (Catholics, Muslims, they might as well have all inclusions(Protestants, Baptist, Lutheran, Judaism, Hindu, Buddhism on and on.........), as this is what represents the country. Let us add immigrants because this is what the majority of the people residing in the U.S. are? Maybe once or twice removed. They were just lucky because policy had the doors open to let their ancestors in and in turn, to be BORN in the U.S and to be a citizen in this country. How little we remember and so often we forget. The elections that are forthcoming are not for the select few (as some feel) and the Presidential candidate should have the capacity to serve ALL PEOPLE not just one group of people............... I don't think the repulbs have it in their candidate... as Mr. Joe stated NO ONE MISSPEAKS..... LET The Pre-Elections Roll.. and may the Best Candidate who SERVES ALL the PEOPLE And for the PEOPLE.... REMAIN doing just that. Justice
Justice September 22, 2012 at 11:20 AM
Common Ground? When did this Country ever have COMMON GROUND? Or I should state whos COMMON GROUND? I do know the MINORITY NEVER had COMMON GROUND it was held by the MAJORITY (you know who that was or is) such bow-wow...down the tubes so don't vote. Study history, when did U.S. candidates not bash one another during elections? Their just following suit....from a long long time ago... REMEMBER? Justice


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