Your FCCC Officer Team
Fred Propheter is a seasoned conservative grass roots volunteer and organizer in Frederick County. Fred has a robust resume of participation in various political and issue based campaigns at the federal, state, and local level. Fred’s passion rests with issues focused on law enforcement, immigration reform, and election integrity.
Kira Wynne was like many, a democrat in college and didn’t really pay much attention to politics. A few years later she married her high school sweetheart and a couple years after that they had a baby girl that became the center of Kira’s world. As her daughter grew older and she had her first “Field Day” in kindergarten, Kira attended with great enthusiasm, remembering field days from her youth. Kira was appalled to learn that there were no winners and no losers and absolutely no competition at all. What the heck were we teaching our children? It was then that she realized how drastically things have changed and she started becoming more alert and more resolute. She was not going to raise her daughter in a word where everyone is a winner and nobody loses and if you whine enough, eventually things will be handed to you. She decided that she was going to fight hard to ensure that her daughter was raised with real conservative values, where you work for what you want and you get ahead by paying your dues. It was imperative that her child understood that putting in the time and hard work to get where you want to be in life is what makes this country great. Kira became a proud conservative mother who will fight like hell to make sure her child is taught the real value of hard work and the real meaning of being an American – the strongest country in the world.
Seth Eisenberg is a U.S. Navy Veteran with a keen interest on how tax dollars are spent on public education. Seth is an advocate for line item budgeting in local public education. Seth has been, and continues to be, a strong conservative voice for the best rate of return in how the Board of Education invests our local tax dollars.
Cindy Rose became politically active when Frederick County Public Schools denied her disabled child airconditioned transportation while the healthy adults of FCPS, were provided company vehicles with air conditioning. Cindy believes politicians are public servants. Once elected to office their number one priority should be to make sure their constituents maintain their freedoms and that government does not place undue burdens on them. Elected representatives are supposed to protect the rights and freedoms of the people who elected them. Policies written must be in accordance with the U.S and Maryland Constitutions. ALL people are equal under the law. NO ONE has extra rights. No policy, regulation or law written should rob rights from one person and confer them on another. Equal means equal. Nothing more, nothing less.
Ashley Nieves is a recent college graduate from Clemson University. She was not involved in politics or even followed politics much until after graduating college and seeing how much things had changed. When attending Clemson, her professors showed her the drastic differences between their beliefs and hers. They would project their thinking in a way that made it feel they were judging her and the other students. After beginning a new job after college, she had seen even bigger problems. During COVID she had begun to see how politics were running her job. It became such a big topic at work and controlled her that she decided she would be better off at a new job. That is when she decided to get more involved in the community. No job should control your home life or treat you differently because of your beliefs or political views.