Source (data): Maryland State Board of Elections

  • The deadline to register to vote is October 16.
  • Early voting is October 25 - November 1st.
  • Election day is Tuesday, November 6.

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We can win this race if Democrats get out and vote.

Hogan is governor because Democrats turned out in low numbers in the last election.  Your vote counts in Maryland. Make your voice heard by participating in the democratic process. Not only should you vote but bring your friends and family. Mobilize your network on voting day.

Voting in Maryland is easy:  you can vote absentee, early voting, or at your neighborhood polling place on the primary and general election days.  To vote, you must be registered with the State of Maryland.   You must be registered as a Democratic to vote for a Democratic candidate in the primary election on June 26, 2018.

Did you know that the party of the GOVERNOR controls both the Board of Elections and how Maryland voting districts are decided?  If our Governor is RED, the Board of Elections will be a Republican controlled Board.  Republican states specialize in vote suppression and voter disenfranchisement.  If Maryland remains under the control of a Republican Governor, we could see the same tactics used in Maryland to keep Maryland Republican forever.  And what is special about the 2018 election?  Whoever wins that election will control how Maryland voting districts are mapped after the 2020 census.  We've already seen that Larry Hogan does not support bi-partisan plans to work with Virginia and other states to map fair election districts.  What will Hogan and the Republicans do if they keep control of Maryland?  We don't know, but we know it won't be fair.

Your vote counts in Maryland, in every race from President to dogcatcher.  Your vote will be especially important in 2018.

How close was the last Governor's race?

Closer than you think...
Source: Baltimore Sun