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United States Senator

  • Ben Cardin (Democrat-Incumbent)

  • Tony Cambell (Republican)

  • Arvin Vohra (Libertarian)

  • Neal Simon (Unaffiliated)

  • Steve Gladstone (Unaffiliated)

  • Michael B. Puskar (Unaffiliated)

  • Lih Young (Democratic)

  • Mia Mason (Green)

 

 
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Governor of Maryland

Attorney General

Comptroller

U.S. Representatives

District 4

District 5

  • Steny H. Hoyer (Democrat-Incumbent)

  • William A. Devine III (Republican)

  • Pulcher Jacob (Libertarian)

  • Patrick J. Elder (Green)

  • Johny Rice (Republican)

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State Senators

District 21

District 22

  • Paul Pinsky (Democrat-Incumbent)

  • Lauren K. Drew (Libertarian)

District 23

District 24

District 25

District 26

District 27

District 47

House of Delegates

District 21

District 22

District 23A

District 23B

District 24

District 25

District 26

District 27A

District 27B

District 47A

District 47B

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County Executive

County Council

At Large

District 1

District 2

District 5

District 6

District 7

District 8

District 9

State’s Attorney

Sheriff

Clerk of the Circuit Court

Register of Wills

Judge Orphans’ Court

  • Wendy Alice Cartwright (Democrat-incumbent)

  • Athena Malloy Groves (Democrat)

  • Vicky L. Ivory-Orem (Democrat)

Judge of Circuit Court

Judicial Circuit 7

  • Tiffany H. Anderson

  • Robin Bright

  • Peter Killough

  • William Snoddy

  • Sean D. Wallace

  • Judy Lynn Woodall

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Board of Education

District 2

District 3

District 6

District 9


Statewide Ballot Questions

Question 1
Constitutional Amendment (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session) 
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues that are for Public Education to Supplement Spending for Education in Public Schools

The amendment requires the Governor to include in the annual State Budget, as supplemental funding for prekindergarten through grade 12 in public schools, the revenues from video lottery operation licenses and any other commercial gaming dedicated to public education in an amount above the level of State funding for education in public schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise known as the Thornton legislation) in not less than the following amounts: $125 million in fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and 100% of commercial gaming revenues dedicated to public education in fiscal year 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The amendment also requires the Governor to show in the annual budget how the revenues from video lottery operation licenses and other commercial gaming are being used in a manner that is in addition to the level of State funding for public education provided by the funding formulas established by the Bridge to Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State Constitution currently authorizes video lottery operation licenses for the primary purpose of raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment



Question 2
Constitutional Amendment (Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) 
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the Precinct Polling Place on Election Day

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact legislation to allow a qualified individual to register and vote at a precinct polling place on Election Day. The current law requires voter registration to close before Election Day.

(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and adding Section 2A to the Maryland Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment


Prince George's County

Question A

Charter Referendum 
(CB-30-2018) 
Public Works and Transportation Facilities Bonds

AN ACT enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $148,287,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of Public Works and Transportation Facilities (including roads and bridges, parking lots, and maintenance facilities), as defined therein.

For the Charter Referendum 
Against the Charter Referendum

Question B

Charter Referendum 
(CB-31-2018) 
Library Facilities Bonds

AN ACT enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $16,796,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of Library Facilities, as defined therein.

For the Charter Referendum 
Against the Charter Referendum

Question C

Charter Referendum 
(CB-32-2018) 
Public Safety Facilities Bonds

AN ACT enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $56,053,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of Public Safety Facilities (including Fire Department Facilities), as defined therein. 

For the Charter Referendum 
Against the Charter Referendum

Question D

Charter Referendum 
(CB-33-2018)
County Buildings Bond

AN ACT enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $97,564,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of County Buildings, as defined therein.

For the Charter Referendum 
Against the Charter Referendum

Question E

Charter Referendum 
(CB-34-2018) 
Community College Facilities Bonds

AN ACT enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $81,187,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of Community College Facilities, as defined therein.

For the Charter Referendum 
Against the Charter Referendum

Question F

Charter Amendment
(CB-35-2018) (DR-2)
Council Member Residency Requirement

To provide a one-year residency requirement for Council Members and at-large Council Members, to provide that an at-large Council Member shall have been a qualified voter of Prince George’s County for at least one year immediately preceding his or her primary election, and to provide that Council Members representing one of the nine Council districts shall have been a qualified voter of their respective Council district for at least one year immediately preceding his or her primary election.

For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

Question G

Charter Amendment
(CB-36-2018)
Nondiscrimination - County Personnel and Contracting

To provide an individual right to nondiscrimination, to provide for nondiscrimination in employment of a contractor doing business with the County, and to provide for nondiscrimination in the County personnel system all based on marital status, familial status, disability, age and sexual orientation.

For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

Question H

Charter Amendment
(CB-38-2018)
County Council Member Full-Time Position

To provide that membership on the Council shall be considered a full-time position for the purpose of determining compensation. 

For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

Question I

Charter Amendment
(CB-39-2018)
County Auditor - Appointment, Responsibilities and Authority

To provide that the County Auditor be appointed and serve a five-year term, which may be renewed for additional five-year terms, subject to removal for cause, to remain until a successor is appointed and qualifies, to provide that selected agencies that receive or disburse County funds will receive a complete financial audit for the preceding fiscal year; and to provide that the County Auditor be empowered to conduct investigations related to fraud, waste and abuse by the County Executive, Council Members or other County officials and employees. 

For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

Question J

Charter Amendment
(CB-40-2018)
County Personnel - Temporary Appointment

To provide that an individual may be temporarily appointed to fill a vacancy, no more than one year, without an intervening permanent appointment.

For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

Question K

Charter Amendment
(CB-41-2018)
Charter Review Commission - Length of Term

To provide for the establishment of a Charter Review Commission, not later than one year prior to the beginning of each fourth year of a term, for the purpose of undertaking a comprehensive study of the Charter and to provide that the Charter Review Commission shall commence its work at the discretion of the Chair of the Commission.

For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment


 
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