In order to learn how voting rights advocates can work to ensure every eligible voter is ready to vote in the General Election we want to hear from YOU about your experience voting in the June 2nd primary – whether by mail, drop-box or at a vote center in person.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered every aspect of our lives. The sudden need to adapt our primary election process to prevent the spread of this virus presented many new challenges to government officials, voting rights advocates, and most importantly – voters.
Based on the most up-to-date information and projections, there is a strong chance that we will need to be prepared for similar adaptations in November elections to assure the safety of all Marylanders.
Please join us for a special town hall event on Thursday, June 11th, at 6pm where the featured guest will be YOU the voter.
Register today! https://forms.gle/4tjx52L2VmEz3SYZA
We want to offer you the opportunity to make your voice heard and share your experience – good or bad – so we can learn what worked for this election & what didn’t and make sure we advocate for best practices in November.
You must RSVP to receive a link to join the webinar. And if you have a positive or negative experience you would like to share to help us understand the best practices needed going forward, please submit your experience using the form.
Democracy is essential and we are committed to making sure that our elections are safe and accessible to every eligible Maryland voter.