Maryland's Primary Election is Tuesday, July 19, and your REALTOR® Party candidates need your assistance. Early voting starts on Thursday, July 7 and runs through Thursday, July 14. All early voting locations are open from 7 am until 8 pm. During Early Voting, Prince George's County voters can vote in-person at any one of the 13 Early Voting Centers located throughout the County. In addition, there are 38 safe and secure drop boxes around the County available now, for voters to cast their voted ballots.
The Association's Political Tracking Task Force has met diligently over the past several weeks vetting candidates for local office and has been hard at work interviewing candidates in anticipation of the upcoming Primary Election. All candidates who were interviewed and who responded to our questionnaire offer a wide range of personal and career experience.
Knowing that many of you (hopefully ALL!) will be heading to the polls, we need YOUR vote to ensure REALTOR® voices are heard loud and clear! Building strong communities, protecting property interests and promoting a vibrant business environment begin with voting.
PGCAR is pleased to support and/or endorse the listed candidates for local office and has recommended RPAC support for the following:
The Maryland REALTORS® endorses candidates at the state level. Here are their endorsed candidates for Prince George's County:
Prince George's County Senate Delegation
Prince George's County House of Delegates
Please note: Successful REALTORS® prefer to receive REALTOR® Party Mobile Alerts, which are a great way to stay in the know while on the go! Get Call for Action alerts and other important information while you are away from your desk. Simply text the word REALTOR to 30644 on your mobile phone and complete the necessary info.
Whether in Largo, Annapolis, or on Capitol Hill, PGCAR is advocating for you and your clients. We encourage your support of these PGCAR REALTOR® Party endorsed candidates beginning with early voting opening Thursday, July 7 or the official Primary Election on Tuesday, July 19.
Please refer to the link below for complete election information from the Prince George's County Board of Elections including specific details on early voting, absentee ballots, sample ballots, precincts, polling places and districts.