United Democrats of Washington County, Md.
United Democrats of Washington County (UDWC) was formed in 2015 as an activist, grassroots organization to revitalize local Democrats and take political action on the local, state and national levels. See our About page for more information.
We are supporting these candidates:
Congress 6th District – David J. Trone
Mayor of Hagerstown - Emily Keller
Hagerstown Council – (vote for five)
Tiara Burnett, Brooke Grossman,Tekesha A. Martinez, Peter E. Perini, Sr.
Board of Education – (vote for two)
Ladetra Gayle Robinson, William “Bill”Donahue
To learn more about all downballot candidates, visit the League of Women Voters' 2020 Voter's Guide.
Scroll down on the Voter's Guide page and enter your address to view your guide.
Meritus Covid Testing
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Maryland State Board of Elections website has all the information you need: elections.maryland.gov
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh keeps his voting FAQ information page updated here:
Maryland has sent all registered voters an application for an absentee ballot. You can fill out the application, mail it back, and then wait for your ballot to arrive. Or, you can speed up this process by filling out a ballot application online. To apply online, follow the links on elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html under 'How do I request a mail-in ballot?'
Considering the state of the Post Office, we may be advising that you hand-carry your completed ballot to the Board of Elections or to a ballot dropbox rather than mailing it. This will depend of course on our having secure dropboxes. The Washington County Board of Elections currently plans on three ballot dropboxes at these locations: 35 West Washington St.; 17718 Virginia Ave. (the former Food Lion, which is now part of the BOE); and the Washington County Agricultural Education Center at 7313 Sharpsburg Pike.