In 2024, Marylanders will go to the polls to have a vote on a number of Federal Offices, from President, to US Senate, to all eight seats in the US House of Representatives, as well as on state constitutional amendments, including an amendment protecting a woman’s right to an abortion.
With the retirement of long-serving US Senator Ben Cardin, a number of strong candidates have announced plans to run for that senate seat. Among those are Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks, US Congressman David Trone, and Montgomery County Councilman Will Jawando.
As Trone will be vacating his congressional seat to run for US Senate, a number of strong candidates have announced plans to run for that Congressional seat. Among those are current state delegates Leslie Lopez and Joe Vogel, both of Montgomery County, and Hagerstown mayor Takesha Martinez, as well as Joel Rubin, formerly of the Chevy Chase City Council, Destiny Drake West, a former Congressional staffer, and Mia Mason, a military veteran who ran for Congress in years past. For more information about these candidates, as well as others who may run for Congress, read more at Maryland Matters.
Maryland’s Primary Election is Tuesday, May 14th.