Conservative, Christian Norwich Grad to help challenger for cummings’ seat ‘drain the swamp’

Jacqueline Tran, a Norwich University graduate and former Trump fundraiser, has been named as Finance Director for a black, conservative woman candidate running for the Maryland House seat held by Rep. Elijah Cummings before his death.

BALTIMORE, March 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Liz Matory for Congress campaign is excited to announce the addition of conservative leader Jacqueline Tran as Finance Director to galvanize support for the regular GOP Maryland Primary, April 28, 2020. Liz is running for the district previously represented by Elijah Cummings in the Baltimore region.

Jaqueline Tran (left), a Norwich grad, helped lead the Virginia campaign to elect Donald Trump. She was recently named the finance chair to elect a black, Christian, conservative woman to fill the House seat held by Rep. Elijah Cummings until his death.

Jacqueline served as the Director of Strategic Initiatives/Coalitions for Trump Victory, through the Virginia GOP.  She established unprecedented coalitions of voters from diverse backgrounds. For close to a decade, Jacqueline has helped grow the grassroots efforts of the Republican Party in Northern Virginia.  Jacqueline is a first generation American whose parents are naturalized citizens from Jamaica.  She grew up in Connecticut and graduated from the University of Connecticut and Norwich University, Vermont. By trade, she is an underwriter and serves as a public arbitrator for FINRA. Jacqueline is also the Ways & Means chair of the Junior League of Washington.

Growing up, I always admired government and the role public officials could play to make a difference. But more and more, I realized how out of touch politicians can be. When I met Liz, I felt reenergized to know there were still Christians and Conservatives who are willing to step up and defend our American values boldly. Knowing how difficult it has been for President Trump, I’m proud to support Liz and help Drain the Swamp from Baltimore to DC. Last year was brutal for Virginia, and I don’t want to see Maryland lose more ground.

I also think it is so important for women to represent with honor. It is refreshing to hear Liz speak honestly about her experiences, particularly young women can learn from her. She is the kind of woman we need to be a representative in Congress. Social media has made a mockery of our politics and we need serious conservatives to help conserve our Republic.

Liz has a very important primary to win on April 28th, and I’m here to help her do just that.  – Jacqueline Tran

Only 10,880 Republicans came out to vote in February’s Special Election Primary and still do not have critical information about their choices for the Republican nomination for November’s General Election.  

About Liz Matory – Liz Matory is the only pro-life, conservative Christian woman running for Maryland’s 7th Congressional district.  A former active liberal, Liz became the first Black woman nominated to Congress by the Republican Party in Maryland and the first American of Asian descent by either party for Congress. Her new book Becoming Born Again shares her experiences as a survivor of intimate partner abuse and how she became a born-again follower of Christ.

An entrepreneur and cultural evangelist, Liz is a graduate of Sidwell Friends School, Columbia University, Howard University School of Law, and the Robert H. Smith School of Business of the University of Maryland.