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City Council Term Extension Proposal May Go to Referendum this November

At last week’s meeting, the Council discussed whether to put the question of extending Council term from two-years to four-year to the voters as a non-binding advisory question on the November ballot. Early this year, the City established a Charter Review Commission (CRC) to hear from our residents on the benefits and concerns associated with […]

Saturday July 6th, 2019 in Election | No Comments »

City May Help Homeless People Vote at this Year’s City Election

At this week’s meeting, the Council will discuss a proposal allowing individuals who are experiencing homelessness to use a City building address in the district in which they reside as their residential address on the County’s Voter Registration forms, which would enable them to vote in City elections. Last spring, Giovanni Marchand, a student in […]

Saturday June 29th, 2019 in Election | No Comments »

City May Hold November Election at UMD’s Ritchie Coliseum

It’s anticipated that the City Hall may not be available as a polling location for this year’s November 5 City election due to the impending City Hall redevelopment project. The Board of Election Supervisors is recommending adding Ritchie Coliseum as the third polling location. The BOES thinks that arrangements can be made with the University […]

Monday May 20th, 2019 in Election, University of Maryland | Comments Off on City May Hold November Election at UMD’s Ritchie Coliseum

2018 General Election Results for College Park Residents

Here are the 2018 Mid-Term election results that matter to College Park residents. Governor:  Win/lead Votes Pct. Larry Hogan* (R) 1,196,352 56.2% Ben Jealous (D) 909,923 42.8% Total Votes 2,128,367 99.6% of precincts reporting   Senate Win/lead Votes Pct. Ben Cardin* (D) 1,361,967 64.2% Tony Campbell (R) 659,120 31.1% Neal Simon (I) 79,548 3.7% Total Votes 2,121,844  99.6% of precincts reporting House […]

Wednesday November 7th, 2018 in Election | Comments Off on 2018 General Election Results for College Park Residents

Mid-Term Early Voting Starts Today

Early voting runs from today Thursday Oct 25 through Thursday November 1 from 10 am to 8 pm. The closest early voting center in College Park is: College Park Community Center 5051 Pierce Avenue College Park, MD 20740 Election Day is Tuesday Nov. 6, and the polls are open 7 am to 8 pm. For […]

Thursday October 25th, 2018 in Announcements, Election | Comments Off on Mid-Term Early Voting Starts Today

2018 Primary Election Results

The following results are current as of 7:40 a.m. on June 27 with 98.96 percent of votes counted. Not all provisional and absentee ballots will be counted until the end of the day on July 6. All results are unofficial until certified. Maryland Governor’s Race Results Jealous, Ben 220,058 (39.84%) Baker, Rushern 161,966 (29.33%) Shea, […]

Wednesday June 27th, 2018 in Election | Comments Off on 2018 Primary Election Results

Primary Election: Please Vote

Today is the primary election. North College Park residents can vote at the Methodist Church on Rhode Island Avenue. There are a few races that will be watched closely: 1, Governor’s race: The biggest race on the ballot is the Democratic primary contest for governor, which will determine who faces popular incumbent Republican Larry Hogan […]

Tuesday June 26th, 2018 in Election | Comments Off on Primary Election: Please Vote

Primary Early Voting Starts Tomorrow

The early voting for the County and State primaries begins tomorrow, June 14th and runs through Thursday, June 21st. Early voting is a great way to make your vote count on your schedule. There are eight early voting locations across the county, including the College Park Community Center, at 5051 Pierce Avenue, College Park, MD […]

Wednesday June 13th, 2018 in Election | Comments Off on Primary Early Voting Starts Tomorrow

Vote College Park!

Today is College Park’s Decision Day! Regardless of who you support, please make sure you go to polls and cast your vote. It’s our civic duty to take part in our local elections. From our past city elections, we’ve seen every vote counts! Polls will open at 7 am and will close at 8 pm. The […]

Tuesday November 7th, 2017 in Announcements, Election | Comments Off on Vote College Park!

City Publishes Bios of Candidates Running on November 7 City Election

The City has recently published the list of candidates and their bios for the November 7 election on its website. You can find that here. Four candidates (including me) are running in District 1. A total of 21 candidates are running for one Mayoral and 8 Council seats. Voters in north College Park (District 1 and 4) […]

Sunday October 29th, 2017 in Election | Comments Off on City Publishes Bios of Candidates Running on November 7 City Election

7 Reasons Why a Referendum on Non-Citizens Voting Makes Sense

At tomorrow’s City Council worksession, the Council will discuss the possibility of a non-binding referendum on this fall’s ballot. The Councill will most likely vote on this measure at the September 12 meeting. If approved, the residents will get a chance to vote on the non-citizens voting question at the November 7 election. We may […]

Monday September 4th, 2017 in Election | Comments Off on 7 Reasons Why a Referendum on Non-Citizens Voting Makes Sense

Council Mulls Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote in City Elections

At tonight’s meeting, the City Council will discuss the possibility of extending the ability to vote in municipal elections to City residents who are not citizens of the United States. Currently, the City uses the voter’s list supplied by the Prince George’s County Board of Elections.  Prince George’s County maintains voter rolls that comply with the […]

Tuesday June 6th, 2017 in City Council, Election | 2 Comments »

Council Discusses Candidate Debate During College Park Election

At last night’s meeting, the Council had a discussion with Jack Robson, Chief, Board of Election Supervisors about what the City’s and the Board of Election Supervisors responsibilities should be in respect to debates between candidates for Mayor and Council.  During the 2015 city election process, the City’s civic associations planned to host a debate […]

Wednesday September 7th, 2016 in Election | Comments Off on Council Discusses Candidate Debate During College Park Election

Primary Today – Please Vote!

Today is primary election day. No matter which party you belong to, please come and vote. Polls are open now until 8 pm. North College Park residents have three polling locations Hollywood Elementary School College Park United Methodist Church and Church of the Nazarene Please check your voter’s card or the Board of Elections website […]

Tuesday April 26th, 2016 in Announcements, Election | Comments Off on Primary Today – Please Vote!

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) […]

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Thursday November 5th, 2015 in Election | Comments Off on 2015 Official Election Results