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Council to Vote on Election Site for this Year’s November Election

At next week’s meeting (January 31, 2022), the City Council will vote on whether to make the College Park Community Center (CPCC) the only voting site for the November 2023 City election. Making CPCC the only election site also means that residents will not get an opportunity to vote at Davis Hall in this year’s […]

Sunday January 29th, 2023 in Election | No Comments »

Board Of Election Supervisors Recomendation

City’s Board of Election Supervisors will be attending next week’s City Council meeting to discuss its recommendation on improving voter participation and other issues regarding this year’s November City election. Please see the Board’s recommendations below: The Board of Election Supervisors has reviewed the results of the Election Survey of College Park residents on their […]

Sunday January 22nd, 2023 in Election | No Comments »

Election Engagement Survey Analysis

In Fall last year, the City’s Board of Election Supervisors conducted a survey among a select group of College Park residents. Please see below the Board’s analysis of the survey results. From the mailing of postcards to nearly 12,000 College Park households plus targeted digital marketing to the 20742 Zip code (University housing), we received […]

Sunday January 22nd, 2023 in Election | No Comments »

Community and Election Surveys – College Park Needs Your Input

By this time, some of you may have received the city’s community survey by mail. The survey allows us to give our input about City services like refuse and recycling collection, City facilities and parks, City events, public safety, crime and economic development. Participation in the survey is very important. The results will help City […]

Tuesday December 6th, 2022 in Election | Comments Off on Community and Election Surveys – College Park Needs Your Input

Let us Know What You think About City Election

The City is conducting a short survey about voter engagement in City elections. Whether you vote in every City election, and especially if you have never voted in a City election, your opinion is important to us. Complete the survey here before December 19. The next City election is in November 2023. For more information, call the […]

Sunday December 4th, 2022 in Election | Comments Off on Let us Know What You think About City Election

Unofficial 2022 Gubernatorial General Election Results

Here are the Unofficial 2022 Gubernatorial General Election Results for Prince George’s County Governor / Lt. Governor – Wes Moore and Aruna Miller: 88.04% Comptroller – Brooke Elizabeth Lierman: 88.71% Attorney General – Anthony G. Brown : 90.27% U.S. Senator – Chris Van Hollen : 90.00% Representative in Congress District 5- Steny Hoyer : 88.67% […]

Wednesday November 9th, 2022 in Election | Comments Off on Unofficial 2022 Gubernatorial General Election Results

MD Votes 2022

Election Day is this Tuesday, November 8. To vote in person on Election Day, you must go to your assigned polling place based on your place of residence. Polls are open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Mail-In or Drop-Box The deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot is Tuesday, November 1. County residents can request a mail-in ballot online or text “VBM” to 77788. For […]

Friday November 4th, 2022 in Election | Comments Off on MD Votes 2022

Help Us Maintain Our Voter Rolls

Because the state primary is approaching, residents of the City will soon be receiving a lot of election mail including voter notification cards. This is a perfect time to remind our residents about the important role they can play in maintaining our voter rolls. The announcement below reminds residents that if they receive a piece […]

Friday May 13th, 2022 in Announcements, Election | Comments Off on Help Us Maintain Our Voter Rolls

With a New Census Results, the City to Review Council District Boundaries

The City has this practice every 10 years following the census. The census results are out now with new population demographics in College Park. To keep the tradition, the City Council is working to review Council District Boundaries Recently, the City Council decided to establish the 2022 College Park Redistricting Commission, whose purpose is “To […]

Tuesday April 12th, 2022 in Announcements, Election | Comments Off on With a New Census Results, the City to Review Council District Boundaries

City Publishes Data on Voter Turnout, Absentee Ballots, and More

Yesterday, the City published more data about last week’s election. This includes the voter turnout in each district. According to statistics, a total of 1,536 voters voted in this yea’s election. The total number of voters in 2019 and 2017 were 2,092 and 2,648 respectively. This year’s City-wide voter turnout is 10.35%. The voter turnout […]

Saturday November 13th, 2021 in Election | Comments Off on City Publishes Data on Voter Turnout, Absentee Ballots, and More

Humbled to Have the Opportunity to Serve Another Term

Now that all the votes are counted, I want to take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude for allowing me to serve you one more term. I’m truly humbled, honored, and grateful for having your support in this election. Congratulations on the re-election of my colleagues Wojahn, Kennedy, Esters, Rigg, Mackie and Mitchell. Also, […]

Wednesday November 10th, 2021 in Election | Comments Off on Humbled to Have the Opportunity to Serve Another Term

College Park Election Results of Today’s In-Person Votes

Here are the initial results from today’s in-person voting. The final vote counts including absentee and provisional ballots will be available next Wednesday, November 10th. The City has mailed more than 1,000 absentee ballots. Thanks to everyone for taking the time to vote today. And congratulations to all candidates for running fantastic campaigns!! District 1 […]

Sunday November 7th, 2021 in Election | 1 Comment »

Vote College Park!

Vote College Park! Polls are open TODAY at 9 am – only at the College Park Community Center, 5051 Pierce Avenue, MD 20740. Please note – due to COVID restrictions, you won’t be able to vote at Davis Hall. Hope to see you at the CP Community Center! Voters from all districts will vote at […]

Sunday November 7th, 2021 in Election | Comments Off on Vote College Park!

Step-by-Step Guide on How to Vote Using a Mail-in Ballot at November 7 City Election

Step 1: Vote on the “Official Ballot” paper. The instructions on how to vote can be found on the ballot paper. Step 2: Insert the Official ballot in the “BALLOT / OATH ENVELOPE” Step 3: Seal the ballot/oath envelope, and sign on the back of the envelope Step 4: Insert the Oath envelope inside the […]

Wednesday October 27th, 2021 in Election | Comments Off on Step-by-Step Guide on How to Vote Using a Mail-in Ballot at November 7 City Election

2021 November City Election Information

City Election Sunday, November 7, 2021 | 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Although the City election is still several weeks away, you should decide soon how you plan to vote. You have two options: by Absentee Ballot, or in person at the Poll. The City will not offer Early Voting this year. By this time, you should have received applications for absentee ballots. […]

Saturday September 25th, 2021 in Announcements, City Council, Election | Comments Off on 2021 November City Election Information