Frederick to Salisbury Vehicular Protest Caravan

A Reopen Maryland Event



SATURDAY, MAY 2, assembling in Frederick and driving to Salisbury with a planned stop on Kent Island. As with the Annapolis event two weeks ago, this is an IN-VEHICLE demonstration.

ROUTE – We will travel I-70 East to 695 to 97 to 50, crossing the Bay Bridge and continuing 50 down to Salisbury.

START – Francis Scott Key Mall, Frederick. Assemble at 9:30 a.m. Kickoff speech by Delegate Dan Cox at 9:45. Launch at 10:00.

LUNCH STOP – Kent Island. Approximately 11:30. Various fast food is available from Capriotti’s (pre-order on Thursday at 410-643-9993) or surrounding restaurants. District 9A Delegate Warren Miller will speak.

FINISH – The Centre at Salisbury. Approximately 2:30. Speech by Congressman Andy Harris.

IDENTIFY YOURSELF – Decorate your car with signs/slogans/flags. Turn on your flashers. One of the organizers will be counting cars with a clicker from an overpass in Howard County.

RESTROOMS – We will not stop as a group. If you need to stop, various convenience stores with open restrooms (such as Wawa and Royal Farms) can be found along the way. You can catch up with us, certainly on Kent Island.

CAN’T GO OR CAN’T DO THE WHOLE ROUTE? – You can join the caravan along the way. You can keep track of us through a day-long webcast. Maybe you can wave signs or flags at an overpass or other location.



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