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

Bills to Repeal the Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights Drafted in Both MD House and MD Senate

Last week, State Senator Jill P. Carter of Baltimore announced that she had drafted the bill to repeal the Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights in the Maryland Senate. One of Montgomery County’s Delegates, Delegate Gabriel Acevero, has submitted the … Continue reading Bills to Repeal the Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights Drafted in Both MD House and MD Senate

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 live in Montgomery County also work in Montgomery County. The region has focused a lot on transportation options to get to and from DC, but public transit within Montgomery County has been less of a focus. Bus routes like Flash can help ease traffic and provide reliable and fast service. Buses arrive every 10-15 minutes and will take you from Burtonsville to White Oak to the Paul S. Sarbanes Transit Center in Silver Spring to connect you to Metro and … Continue reading Montgomery County Adds Bus Rapid Transit Service down Route 29 in East County