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Union members! Bookmark this page and visit periodically to receive updates on the elections, as well as information on legislative bills that affect you and your work.

Click the links below to learn more:


AFT-Maryland has announced their 2023 Legislative Priorities for the 2023 Maryland Legislative Session.

We work with public employees from a number of sectors including K-12 education, healthcare, state and municipal civil service, and higher education to meet with elected officials to advocate for policy that would improve their work experiences. Click here to read more.

Are you and everyone in your family registered to vote?
Click here for Voter Registration at the Maryland State Board of Elections.

We have resources for our members and community members to make their plans to vote in the upcoming 2022 Gubernatorial Election. 

Find information on Labor Endorsed candidates, deadlines to register to vote, where to vote, and how to plan your vote.

Volunteer to Get Out the Vote!

Volunteer this election season with your co-workers to be sure Maryland elects pro-union candidates  throughout the state! Sign up at aftmd.us/GOTV22

Need to know who represents you in Annapolis and in county/city government?

Click here to find your current state and local representatives.
 

Maryland Congressional Districts have been redrawn. Do you know how that effects you? Click here for an interactive map of the officially adopted congressional map for Maryland. Enter your home address at the top, and the tool will let you see your district information for your address.
Contribute to AFT-Maryland COPE (Union members only) AFT-Maryland COPE (Committee On Political Education) is a fund composed exclusively of voluntary contributions from union members that is used to help support pro-union candidates for elected office. https://aftmd.us/aftmdcope
 
The AFT-Maryland Endorsement Process.
Click here to learn more.
 
 

2023 Legislative Session

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, most of the session was viewable to the public through remote, web-based access. Details of the procedural rules and regulations can be seen below.

 


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2022 Legislative Session

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, most of the session was viewable to the public through remote, web-based access. Details of the procedural rules and regulations can be seen below.

2021 Special Session

On December 6th, the Maryland State Legislature convened a special session to redraw our state’s congressional boundaries based on the 2020 U.S. Census data. They also considered overriding the vetoes on a number of important bills, as well as electing a new State Treasurer. The State Treasurer sits on the state employee and teacher pension board, and represents one vote on the three-member Board of Public Works, which deliberates on state procurement and budgetary items when the legislature is not in session.

Click here for more detailed information on the 2021 Special Session, and what it means for workers!

2021 Legislative Session

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, most of the session was viewable to the public through remote, web-based access. Details of the procedural rules and regulations can be seen below.

2020

2019

Read the 2019 Legislative Session Wrap-Up.

 


 

 


Get involved! To find out about how you can be a part of AFT-Maryland's Political and Legislative Committees, or if you have any questions, contact Todd Reynolds or Denise Riley:

Contact:
Todd Reynolds
, AFT-Maryland Political Coordinator
(443) 320-4719 | treynolds@aftmd.org

Denise Riley, AFT-Maryland Director of Policy & Legislative Affairs
(443) 320-4713 | driley@aftmd.org