VOTE like the Founding Fathers can see you–especially if they wouldn’t have let you vote!

Exercise your right to vote!

You can early vote from October 25 through November 1 at any of these locations in Frederick County from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Frederick Senior Center
1440 Taney Avenue
Frederick, Maryland 21702

Thurmont Regional Library
76 East Moser Road
Thurmont, Maryland 21788

Urbana Regional Library
9020 Amelung Street
Frederick, Maryland 21704

Middletown VFD Activities Building
1 Fireman’s Lane
Middletown, Maryland 21769

Resources:

If you don’t know something about a local race, vote411.org is a great resource. Provided by the nonpartisan League of Women Voters, it allows you to compare the answers that candidates gave to a survey of questions. You go to the site and enter your address and compare candidates for the races you can vote in.

The Frederick News Post also has a page with local races and links to information about 2018 candidates. If you search on the FNP website you may never find that link. Google is your friend. Or you can always come here! Glad to be of service. Off to the polls, Yokels!

You don’t get to gloat unless you go out and vote!

Do it!
Do it!

If you haven’t taken advantage of Maryland’s early voting, then makes sure you get off your butt and vote today. You need to choose your party’s Presidential candidate, Senator, Congressperson and delegates to the party convention. And let us not forget our own local school board race. Please pick three from this slate of wonderful, qualified candidates:

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What’s that you say? You thought there were 8 candidates. Well, yes, but you can read about the 8th one here. Lots of good reasons to steer clear of that one. Do your civic and yokel duty and exercise that right that our ancestors have paid for with their blood, sweat and tears.