District 18 State Senator Jeffrey Waldstreicher receives endorsement from State Attorney General Brian Frosh

In a tweet posted on January 14th, State Senator Jeffrey Waldstreicher announced that he was endorsed by “progressive champion” Attorney General Brian Frosh. Frosh states that Senator Waldstreicher is “a champion for our progressive values.” I’m sure Attorney General Frosh … Continue reading District 18 State Senator Jeffrey Waldstreicher receives endorsement from State Attorney General Brian Frosh

Updates: Montgomery County Restaurant lawsuit against indoor dining ban will be heard Wednesday

The lawsuit against Montgomery County’s most recent indoor dining ban brought by the Restaurant Association of Maryland with several local restaurants signing on as Plaintiffs will be heard on Wednesday. Despite contact tracing data showing that many cases within Montgomery … Continue reading Updates: Montgomery County Restaurant lawsuit against indoor dining ban will be heard Wednesday

COVID-19 Exposure Notifications are now available in Maryland on iOS and Android devices

COVID-19 Exposure Notifications are now available for Maryland. The notification system is an API developed by Apple and Google in conjunction with health departments to help alert individuals who may have been exposed to COVID-19. For privacy reasons, these alerts … Continue reading COVID-19 Exposure Notifications are now available in Maryland on iOS and Android devices

Montgomery County voters continue to break Early Voting Turnout Records in Day 3 of Early Voting

22,792 voters participated in Day 3 of Early Voting in person. In 2016, only 16,411 voters participated in Day 3 of in person Early Voting. The Bohrer Park location in Gaithersburg led the totals with 3,190 voters. Voting Center Location … Continue reading Montgomery County voters continue to break Early Voting Turnout Records in Day 3 of Early Voting