Who’s in and who’s out?

By Kevin Rudolph

(May, 08, 2018, ANNAPOLIS, Md.)  It’s no secret that every four years Maryland holds its elections for all statewide offices and many local and county offices.

This means that legislators looking to move up the political ladder must sacrifice their chances of reelection and stand for a new office where they do not have the ease of incumbency.

Senate changes

House changes

So who’s in?

That depends on your vote!

Your vote really does matter.

Maryland’s elections, especially the county and delegate elections, are often decided by a mere hundred votes so make sure you find your polling place and vote!

And remember: the Republican and Democratic Party primaries will take place on June 26 and the election will take place on November 6.

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