[Central-md-chapter] Letters needed for voting bills
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Thu Feb 7 19:14:12 UTC 2019
It is time to write letters for HB 565, a bill that requires the State Board
of Elections to create 1 voting system for all voters, starting with the
primary election in 2022. This bill will restore the secret ballot to
disabled voters because it will require everyone to use an electronic ballet
marking device. Everyone should write to Delegate Anne Kaiser (room 131),
Chairman of the House, Ways, and Means committee. The email address for all
delegates is firstname.lastname at house.state.md.us
<mailto:firstname.lastname at house.state.md.us> . If you are mailing a letter,
the address is Lowe House Office Building, Annapolis, Maryland, 21041. I
will provide the room number.
If you live in Anne Arundel County, write to Delegate Alice Cain, room 151.
If you live in Allegany County, write to Delegate Jason Buckel, room 309.
If you live in Baltimore City, write to Delegates Nick Mosby and thank him
for sponsoring the bill, room 205; Stephanie Smith room 316.
If you live in Baltimore County, write to Delegates Joseph Boteler, room
319; Eric Ebersole, room 305; Jessica Feldmark, room 216; Michele Guyton,
room 306; Robert Long, room 325.
If you live in Carrol County, write to Delegates April Rose, room 320; Haven
Shoemaker, room 320.
If you live in Charles County, write to Delegate Edith Patterson, room 429
If you live in Howard County, write to Delegates Eric Ebersole, room 305;
Jessica Feldmark, room 216.
If you live in Montgomery County, write to Delegates Eric Luedtke, room 350;
Julie Palakovichcarr, room 221; Jheanelle Wilkins, room 225.
If you live in PG County, write to Delegates Darryl Barnes, room 363; Julian
Ivey, room 217; Alonzo Washington, room 405; Jay Walker, room 131.
Sharon Maneki, Director of Legislation and Advocacy
National Federation of the Blind of Maryland
The National Federation of the Blind of Maryland knows that blindness is not
the characteristic that defines you or your future. Every day we raise the
expectations of blind people, because low expectations create obstacles
between blind people and our dreams. You can live the life you want;
blindness is not what holds you back.
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