Montgomery County
Elections Montgomery County State

2020 General Election Voting FAQ’s

Have questions about voting in Montgomery County in 2020? Here’s a guide with some of the frequently asked questions I’ve.

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Elections Government Montgomery County

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.

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Elections Montgomery County

Sitting Judges File Restraining Order Against Pierre

In what is probably one of the more petty things I’ve witnessed in local politics, the campaign for Elect Sitting.

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Elections Government Montgomery County State

First Day Early Voter Turnout Surpasses 2016

Marylanders turned out on the first day of in person Early Voting. Over 128,000 stood in line to vote as.

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Montgomery County

Montgomery County Sponsors Free Flu Vaccine Clinics

Starting on October 21st, Montgomery County will sponsor four free vaccine clinics throughout the county. County-sponsored seasonal flu vaccination clinics.

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Montgomery County Adds Bus Rapid Transit Service down Route 29 in East County

Starting today, October 14th, you can now ride Montgomery County’s new Flash bus service down Route 29. Most residents that.

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Silver Spring Justice Coalition, Residents to Protest Prosecutor’s Decision not to Charge Officer in Finan Behre’s Murder Tonight at 7pm in Silver Spring

Following the news today that Prosecutors would not be charging Sgt. David Cohen for the murder of Finan Berhe, Silver.

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Government Montgomery County

Elrich reluctant to make bold, progressive changes to MCPD

Will the County Executive make bold, progressive changes to a police department that fails to acknowledge its role in contributing.

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Montgomery County

Most want county to institute COVID-19 restrictions if cases continue to rise

Montgomery County Residents want more restrictions if COVID-19 cases continue to rise.

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MCGEO, local union, fires Del. Gabriel Acevero for fighting for police reform

In an absolutely stunning and gross move, MCGEO fired Del. Gabriel Acevero for fighting for police reform in Maryland.

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