Take Action

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!

ACTION: HB26 – Ranked Choice Voting for Baltimore City

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 info@rcvformaryland.com ASAP.

ACTION: Day of Action on Jan. 23rd

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

Groups and Individuals Urge Montgomery County Delegation to Support RCV

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.