Make the pledge!
For the greatest midterm
voter turnout in the Nation
"I do solemnly swear to cast my vote in the 2018 midterm election. I also promise to garner two more pledges to do the same."
Together,We Make A Difference!
Have you said, "My vote doesn't matter?" Collectively, it can change everything. Pledge to vote in the 2018 midterm election and you could help make national headlines. REALLY! If your county can boast the highest voter turnout per capita, that's big news.
Want to help? Pledge your participation and ask two friends to do the same. Each pledge means two more and our voter turnout grows and grows. This will guarantee your county is fully engaged and getting ready to set a new record for voter turnout. It will be exciting to see the polls flooded with energized and informed voters. It's what makes America a wonderful country and make's you the winner.
Midterm elections, or off-years, fall between the four-year presidential races. They are often poorly attended and overlooked, however, these down-ballot candidates are more likely to make decisions that affect your daily life than any president ever will. They impact where you live and address your local concerns.
With Primaries in the rear view mirror, it's time to bone up on the remaining candidates. How will each candidate address your concerns?
You can register to vote by visiting your local Board of Elections, party affiliated headquarters or online. There are required deadlines to vote in the Spring primary and Fall general election.
Register to vote
Deadlines & Dates
Find out when early and regular voting occurs and where you need to go if you plan on showing up at the polls. Can't take the time from work? Consider mailing in an absentee ballot. It's easy and convenient.
Whether it's local elections or the Governor's race, you can quickly learn more about each candidate. Click the stars below to visit the varied races and meet the people who want to represent you in Garrett County, Maryland.
Local elections can be your Delegate, County Commissioners, Mayors, and others who manage the day-to-day operations at home.
Regional elections include representatives serving the Congressional 6th District and District 1 in the Marland Senate
Governor Larry Hogan currently serves Maryland and will be seeking a second term in office. Several candidates plan to run against him.