MCPS RETIREES ASSOCIATION (MCPSRA)
The MCPS Retirees Association (MCPSRA) is a non-profit organization created by and comprised of retirees from the Montgomery County Public Schools. It advocates for and provides services to its members, empowering them to enrich the quality of their lives. MCPSRA is dedicated to pursuing excellence in education for young people and for lifelong learning. It promotes service through volunteer opportunities within the Association and in the community.
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Maryland Primary Election
Maryland’s primary election will be held on Tuesday June 2, 2020 through mail-in ballot, with limited in person voting available for those who are unable to vote by mail. To reduce the spread of the corona virus, it is strongly recommended that you vote by mail.
The Maryland State Board of Elections will mail a ballot to the address they have on file for each voter. You do not need to request a ballot to receive one as was done in the past for absentee voters. If you are not registered to vote or need to update your mailing address you must do so by Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Postage on each ballot is prepaid so the voter does not need to add stamps to return the ballot.
If you wish to drop off your ballot rather than use the mail, you may do so at Board of Elections designated sites during the early voting period of May 21 through June 2. 2020 by 8:00 pm. Drop off locations are to be announced soon.
Your mail-in ballot must be postmarked by June 2, 2020.
Please remember to support our MCPSRA recommended candidates.
U. S. House of Representatives
Maryland Congressional District 8 - Jamie Raskin
Montgomery County Board of Education At Large - Sunil Dasgupta
Montgomery County Board of Education District 4 - Shebra Evans
Enjoy photos throughout the MCPSRA Website, courtesy of Bill Mills.