Yesterday, the City announced the certified candidates for the upcoming November 7 2021 municipal election.

District 2 and 3 positions are contested. Councilmember Monroe Dennis (District 2) is not running. Former Councilmember Bob Catlin will run in District 2.

Please see below the full list of candidates.

Mayor (Vote for 1)
Patrick L. Wojahn

District 1 (Vote for 2)
S.M. Fazlul Kabir
Catherine H. Kennedy

District 2 (Vote for 2)
Robert T. Catlin
Llatetra Brown Esters
Susan L. Whitney

District 3 (Vote for 2)
Stuart M. Adams
Robert W. Day, Sr.
John B. Rigg, III

District 4 (Vote for 2)
Maria E. Mackie
Denise C. Mitchell

When: The City of College Park will hold its municipal election for the office of Mayor and all eight district Councilmembers on Sunday, November 7, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. at the College Park Community Center. The Mayor and Council decided to hold the City’s General Election on Sunday this year in an effort to increase voter turnout. Voters who typically work Monday through Friday often find it hard to get to the polls on a weekday and may find a Sunday election more convenient.

Where: Rather than having multiple polling locations on Election Day, voters from all districts will vote at the College Park Community Center this year. The City is mindful of health concerns about group gatherings due to COVID, so for everyone’s safety, there will be only one polling location. The Community Center is large enough to keep voters and poll workers safe and is centrally located in the City.

How: You may vote at the poll on Election Day or vote by absentee ballot. Many voters prefer the convenience of absentee voting, so we plan to mail applications for absentee ballots to all registered voters in September. Applications will also be available from any City office. The applications and ballots may be returned to a secure ballot drop box or through the US Mail.

More on the City elections can be found here on City’s website

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