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Category: Election

2015 Official Election Results

City’s Board of Election Supervisors (BOES) finished counting the absentee and provisional ballots last evening and gave the Council the final election results. Here is the Council vote counts. A big THANKS to you all for your help in putting me to the top among all 16 council candidates. S. M. Fazlul Kabir (D1 Winner) […]

Thursday November 5th, 2015 in Election | No Comments »

Thank You!

I want to take a moment to thank you all for re-electing me and giving me the opportunity to serve you for the next 2 years as your City Council representative. The trust that you have put on me as your representative means a lot to me. I ask your help in advising me with […]

Wednesday November 4th, 2015 in Election | No Comments »

Vote College Park!

Today is College Park’s Decision Day! Irrespective of who you vote, please make sure you go to polls and cast your vote. From our past city elections, we have seen every vote counts! Today’s election is probably College Park’s most historic election. The Mayor’s seat and every Council seat will be contested.  This is a good […]

Tuesday November 3rd, 2015 in Election | No Comments »

Denise Mitchell For Mayor

On my campaign trail, I’ve been asked by a number of my neighbors this question – “Who do you recommend to vote for our next Mayor in College Park?” I must say we have two strong Mayoral candidates and I tremendously enjoyed working with both of them during my four years term on the Council. Regardless […]

Monday November 2nd, 2015 in Election | No Comments »

Whom Does the City’s Charter Belong To – You or the Council?

By: Suchitra Balachandran. President, West College Park Neighborhood Association. At the West College Park Civic Association forum on October 16th, the candidates for mayor and council (D-4) in next week’s election were asked if they would support sending all future proposed amendments to the City’s charter to a non-binding or advisory referendum. While current state […]

Friday October 30th, 2015 in Election | No Comments »

Mayoral Debate Tonight, At City Hall, 7:30pm

This event will include an hour-long mayoral debate with candidates Denise Mitchell and Patrick Wojahn. The debate will be followed by a half-hour forum with District 3 City Council candidates: Ryan Belcher, Robert Day, Robert McCeney, John Rigg, and Stephanie Stullich. Sponsored by the District 3 civic associations, the event will be held at 7:30 […]

Wednesday October 28th, 2015 in Announcements, Election | No Comments »

New Voting Method for the November 3 City Elections

The City has published a guide about the new voting systems on its website: The systems include DS200 electronic vote counting machines and “ExpressVote” system for residents with disabilities and special needs. Here is the link. Please check the two videos at the end of the page describing how the systems work. The City Council […]

Monday October 19th, 2015 in Election | No Comments »

City Publishes List of Candidates for November Election

Yesterday, the City published the list of candidates that will be on ballot in the upcoming November election. There will be a Mayoral race and every Council seat in every district will be contested. Municipal elections will take place on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Please see the complete candidate  list below […]

Tuesday September 22nd, 2015 in Election | No Comments »

City May Use Electronic Voting Machine at this Year’s City Election

At tomorrow’s Council meeting, the City council will consider a proposal to rent electronic voting machines at the November 3rd City elections. The proposal will be about about one-time rental of equipment, sale of services and license of software, for electronic voting machines from the Election Systems & Software, LLC of Omaha,Nebraska. The rental fee […]

Sunday September 20th, 2015 in Election | 2 Comments »

Council to Discuss Allowing Legal Residents Vote in City Elections

In tomorrow’s worksession, the City Council will discuss the possibility of allowing legal non-citizens (residents with Green card) to vote in College Park City elections. Currently only U.S. citizens can vote in the city elections. That said, while the Maryland Constitution requires citizenship as a prerequisite for voting in state elections, the law is otherwise […]

Monday May 5th, 2014 in Election | No Comments »

Thank You All, I’m Humbled

According to the un-official results of yesterday’s election, Council member Wojahn and I got reelected to District 1 (Kabir: 472, Wojahn: 443, Mellman: 125). Please check this Gazette article to find the complete results of all other races. Our election officials will count around 12 absentee ballots this morning, when we expect to see the […]

Wednesday November 6th, 2013 in Election | 1 Comment »

Vote College Park!

Today is the election day, when College Park residents will get the chance to choose their next representatives. This year Council seats in District 1 and 3 will be contested. I am, particularly excited to see a 3-way race in our district, keeping the tradition of contested race for many years. Please come out in […]

Tuesday November 5th, 2013 in Election | 1 Comment »

2013 Municipal Election – Here is What You Need to Know

Our City election is only a week away. Here are a few things you need to know.. Tuesday, November, 5, 7 AM-8 PM, Davis Hall, 9217 51st Avenue Please note, this year’s voting will start at 7 am (instead of 11 am). The Council changed the time in order to allow residents to vote early […]

Tuesday October 29th, 2013 in Election | No Comments »

Where to Vote in North College Park?

Today is the general election day. Polling places on Tuesday are open from 7 am-8 pm. If you live in north College Park (District 1),  the polling places are as follows. Church of the Nazarene, 9704 Rhode Island Ave. – for residents of Sunnyside neighborhood College Park United Methodist Church, 9601 Rhode Island Ave. – for residents of […]

Tuesday November 6th, 2012 in Election | No Comments »

Council to Consider Changing Election Polling Hours

At a worksession late after last year’s election, the Council expressed a desire to change the polling hours from 11:00 a.m.-8:00p.m. to 7:00a.m.- 8:00p.m in order to get more residents participate in City elections. The estimated cost to implement this change will be provided as part of the Board of Election Supervisors’ study on the […]

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