Whether you’re in your home district or visiting Annapolis, we have ways for you to get involved in our dynamic ranked choice voting movement!
Join FairVote and national allies for a week of action in support of voting rights and ranked choice voting! As part of a national week of action, RCV Maryland will be hosting events to help build awareness around ranked choice voting and support our state and national allies fighting for the right to vote. This…
Ranked Choice Voting for Maryland (RCV Maryland) is a grassroots effort to adopt and implement better voting methods for local elections, specifically ranked choice voting (RCV). Ranked choice voting is used across the United States to empower voters with a greater voice and motivate candidates to reach beyond their base to earn enough support to…
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Del. Brooke Lierman (District 46) has introduced bill HB26: Baltimore City – Ranked Choice Voting and Open Primaries House The bill will have its first hearing in the Ways and Means Committee on 1/17 at 11:00 a.m. Interested in testifying or being present at the hearing? Email email@example.com ASAP.
Join advocates across Maryland to raise your voice for better voting methods! Send an Email Use our new contact form to send a message to your delegation. SEND EMAIL Send a Tweet Tweet: Voting is easy as 1-2-3 with #RankedChoiceVoting! Let’s give our local elections better voting methods! #RaiseYourVoices #RankYourChoices #BetterElections123 rcvformaryland.com pic.twitter.com/SUH0n4wiGJ
On Wednesday, November 14 the incoming Montgomery County Delegation heard from the public on a variety of issues. Montgomery County residents and RCV for Maryland coalition members working to advance ranked choice voting shared why they support MC29-19 to allow Montgomery County residents opportunity to use RCV for future elections.