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Local Ballot Questions: What’s at Stake in Montgomery County?

Montgomery County

Join us for a convening about the State- and County-level referendum questions on your ballot this November.

The event will include a review of what's at stake for Montgomery County this election, video remarks from our County Leaders, and ways you can take action to safeguard our representative democracy, our COVID-19 recovery, and ensure our county works through a lens of equity instead of austerity.

Thank you for your RSVP. You will receive the zoom link after registering for this event.

Policing Town Hall

Baltimore

Save the date for a town hall on local control of the Baltimore Police Department and repealing the Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Rights.

Local Ballot Questions — What’s at Stake in Montgomery County?

Montgomery County

Join us for a convening about the four County-level referendum questions on your ballot this November.

The event will include a review of what's at stake for Montgomery County this election, video remarks from our County Leaders, and ways you can take action to safeguard our representative democracy, our COVID-19 recovery, and ensure our county works through a lens of equity instead of austerity.

Local Ballot Questions — What’s at Stake in Montgomery County?

Montgomery County

This year's election in Montgomery County is not just about national races or electing officials — voters here need to fight two dangerous County ballot measures. Question B threatens public funding that pays for essential workers like firefighters, nurses, librarians, and bus drivers. Question D diminishes our voice in County government by reducing your Councilmembers from 5 to just 1. Join JUFJ and Councilmember Evan Glass for an inside look at the County ballot questions that we will be voting on in November.

Local Elections Matter: What’s On Our Ballot in Baltimore?

Baltimore

Join JUFJ, Beth Am Synagogue, Chizuk Amuno Social Advocacy Committee, Hinenu and BHC Justice for an educational event to learn how to vote this year, what questions will be on your ballot, and what ballot questions JUFJ is supporting. Both Baltimore City + County residents welcome!

Local Ballot Questions — What’s at Stake in Montgomery County?

Montgomery County

Join us for a convening about the State- and County-level referendum questions on your ballot this November.

The event will include a review of what's at stake for Montgomery County this election, video remarks from our County Leaders, and ways you can take action to safeguard our representative democracy, our COVID-19 recovery, and ensure our county works through a lens of equity instead of austerity.

Baltimore County: Yes for A! Virtual Campaign Kickoff

Baltimore

Help us launch the campaign to bring small donor public financing to Baltimore County! Come learn more about the County Charter amendment to establish the Citizens' Election Fund which will be Question A on November's ballot.

Baltimore County Fair Elections Virtual Info Session

Baltimore

Join Baltimore County Fair Elections, Baltimore County Young Democrats, and Baltimore County Youth Speaks for a Zoom event about Ballot Question A. This ballot question will establish a Fair Elections program to enable candidates to run for office without relying on large or corporate donors.

Tikkun Leil Election

DC
Baltimore
Montgomery County
Maryland State

We know many of you are bracing to be obsessively refreshing Twitter or your favorite news sites on the evening of November 3, or maybe just hiding under the bed. Here’s a better option: Join us for a Tikkun Leil Election.

What’s at Stake in the Local Primary Elections? – Tikvat Israel

Montgomery County

Join Jews United for Justice and Tikvat Israel on Zoom for a non-partisan conversation about what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary elections. We’ll walk through which elected offices are on the ballot, who is running, why these offices matter, when the elections are happening, where your new districts are, and how you can be part of shaping Maryland and Montgomery County and making concrete improvements in the lives of everyone in our community.

What’s at Stake in the Local Primary Elections? – B’nai Israel and WHC

Montgomery County

Join Jews United for Justice, B'nai Israel, and the Washington Hebrew Congregation on Zoom for a non-partisan conversation on what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary elections. We’ll walk through which elected offices are on the ballot, who is running, why these offices matter, when the elections are happening, where your new districts are, and how you can be part of shaping Maryland and Montgomery County and making concrete improvements in the lives of everyone in our community.

What’s at Stake in the Local Primary Elections? – Temple Emanuel, Temple Shalom, & Temple Sinai

Montgomery County

Join Jews United for Justice, Temple Emanuel, Temple Shalom, & Temple Sinai on Zoom for a non-partisan conversation about what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary elections. We’ll walk through which elected offices are on the ballot, who is running, why these offices matter, when the elections are happening, where your new districts are, and how you can be part of shaping Maryland and Montgomery County and making concrete improvements in the lives of everyone in our community.

What’s at Stake in the Montgomery County Local Primary Elections? – Temple Beth Ami

Montgomery County

Join Jews United for Justice and Temple Beth Ami on Zoom for a non-partisan conversation on what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary elections. We’ll walk through which elected offices are on the ballot, who is running, why these offices matter, when the elections are happening, where your new districts are, and how you can be part of shaping Maryland and Montgomery County and making concrete improvements in the lives of everyone in our community.

What’s at Stake in the Local Primary Elections? – Oseh Shalom

Montgomery County

Join Jews United for Justice and Oseh Shalom on Zoom for a non-partisan conversation on what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary elections. We’ll walk through which elected offices are on the ballot, who is running, why these offices matter, when the elections are happening, where your new districts are, and how you can be part of shaping Maryland and Montgomery County and making concrete improvements in the lives of everyone in our community.

What’s at Stake in the Local Primary Elections? – Adat Shalom, Am Kolel & Kehila Chadasha

Montgomery County

Join Jews United for Justice, Adat Shalom, Am Kolel, and Kehila Chadasha on Zoom for a non-partisan conversation on what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary elections. We’ll walk through which elected offices are on the ballot, who is running, why these offices matter, when the elections are happening, where your new districts are, and how you can be part of shaping Maryland and Montgomery County and making concrete improvements in the lives of everyone in our community.

What’s at Stake in the Local Primary Elections?

Montgomery County

Join Jews United for Justice on Zoom for a non-partisan conversation on what’s at stake in the upcoming local primary elections. We’ll walk through which elected offices are on the ballot, who is running, why these offices matter, when the elections are happening, where your new districts are, and how you can be part of shaping Maryland and Montgomery County and making concrete improvements in the lives of everyone in our community.

Candidates Carnival

Baltimore
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
7401 Park Heights Ave, Baltimore, MD

Join JUFJ and the Baltimore Jewish Council to meet your statewide candidates!

Question H at the Polls

Baltimore

Raise awareness about this historic ballot measure on Election Day with JUFJ and our partners at CJSJ, SURJ, and CASA. Help pass local control in Baltimore by signing up for a shift on Election Day! Folks must attend a Zoom training on Monday from 7-8 PM, and pick up materials at CASA on Sunday from 10 AM - 1 PM, or JUFJ on Monday from 12 PM - 6 PM. You will receive more information via email after you RSVP.