Republican Nominee for U.S. House, Maryland's 2nd District
By Rebecca J. Horvath, Tennessee
In the outskirts of Baltimore, Maryland, Nicolee Ambrose is fighting for everyday Americans. She understands their concerns because she’s worried about the same things: public safety, the economy, education, and jobs. On the ballot in Maryland’s 2nd congressional district, Nicolee will face longtime incumbent Democrat Dutch Ruppersberger on Tuesday.
Nicolee is a mom, small business owner, a classically trained musician, tireless community volunteer, political analyst, and the national committeewoman for the Republican Party of Maryland. She was a delegate to the Republican National Convention in 2016, helping to secure the nomination for President Donald Trump. Nicolee is also a member of the Speakers Bureau for the U.S. Department of State, which affords her the opportunity to travel around the world representing the U.S.
A member of the Republican Women of Baltimore County, Nicolee recently was named to the NRCC’s On the Radar list. She’s been endorsed by Maryland Governor Larry Hogan.
Nicolee’s impressive resume is filled with experiences that have prepared her to serve in Congress, where she will have a bigger platform to fight for the everyday folks of her district. She has big goals -- from reducing crime and increasing safety to supporting parental involvement in education -- and she’s ready to hit the ground running to achieve them.
Learn more about Nicolee's campaign at ambroseforcongress.com.