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Official Ballot

Gubernatorial General Election


BS 1 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 1
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Albert "Al" Nalley
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Tom Quirk
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 7
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Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Richmond Davis Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
Elijah Cummings Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David R. Griggs Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 44 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Victor Clark, Jr. or write-in:
Republican
Ben Jealous
and
Susan Turnbull Shirley Nathan-Pulliam Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 44B Yes
and Vote for up to 2
Annie Chambers No
Green Charles E. Sydnor, III
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Pat Young Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
or write-in: No
Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
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raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
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Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 1 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Matt Gresick
Lisa A. Mack 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


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Gubernatorial General Election BS 1 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
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and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
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after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 2 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 10

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
George H. Harman
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Matthew Kaliszak
Republican
or write-in:
Brian Marcos
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Benjamin Brooks
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jay Jalisi
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Adrienne A. Jones
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 7
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Richmond Davis Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Elijah Cummings
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David R. Griggs Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 10 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Stephanie Boston Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Albert "Al" Nalley
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Delores G. Kelley
Democratic
Democratic Tom Quirk
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Matt Gresick
Lisa A. Mack
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or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 2 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
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For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 3 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 12

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Bob Cockey
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Melanie Harris
Republican
or write-in:
Michael Russell
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Eric Ebersole
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jessica Feldmark
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Terri Hill
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 7
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Richmond Davis Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Elijah Cummings
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David R. Griggs Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 12 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Joseph D. "Joe" Hooe Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Albert "Al" Nalley
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Clarence K. Lam
Democratic
Democratic Tom Quirk
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Matt Gresick
Lisa A. Mack
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or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

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Gubernatorial General Election BS 3 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

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Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 4 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 4
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Julian E. Jones, Jr.
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Democratic
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon or write-in:
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
a new ballot.
or write-in: Judge of the Circuit Court
Optional write-in Circuit 3
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Representative in Congress
District 7
Vote for up to 4
Carey Deeley
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Vote for 1 Leo Wayne Dymowski
Richmond Davis Michael Finifter
Republican
Ruth Jakubowski
Elijah Cummings Dennis Robinson
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or or write-in:
write-in" and print the name David R. Griggs
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 44 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Victor Clark, Jr.
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
Ben Jealous Appeals At Large
and
Shirley Nathan-Pulliam Donald E. Beachley
Susan Turnbull Democratic
Democratic Vote Yes or No
Shawn Quinn or write-in: For Continuance in Office
and
Christina Smith Yes
Libertarian House of Delegates No
Ian Schlakman District 44B
and
Judge, Court of Special
Vote for up to 2 Appeals At Large
Annie Chambers
Green Charles E. Sydnor, III Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
or write-in: Vote Yes or No
Pat Young For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Comptroller Yes
Vote for 1 or write-in: No
Anjali Reed Phukan State's Attorney
Republican Vote for 1
or write-in:
Peter Franchot Scott Shellenberger
Democratic Democratic

or write-in: or write-in:

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Clerk of the Circuit Court Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Deb Hill Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Republican
that are for Public Education to
Supplement Spending for Education in
Julie Ensor
Democratic Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
or write-in: include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Register of Wills revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Jane Roger to public education in an amount above the
Republican level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Grace G. Connolly in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
Democratic known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
or write-in: fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Judge of the Orphans' Court dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Vote for up to 3 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
William R. "Bill" Evans show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
Juliet Fisher manner that is in addition to the level of State
Democratic
funding for public education provided by the
Arthur M. Frank funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Democratic Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
or write-in: operation licenses for the primary purpose of

or write-in:
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
or write-in:
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 Question 2
Carl H. Magee, Jr. Constitutional Amendment
Republican (Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
R. Jay Fisher Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Democratic
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Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


or write-in: legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Board of Education registration to close before Election Day.
District 4
Vote for 1 (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Makeda Scott Constitution)
Kathleen White For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question A
Charter Amendment
Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes

40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter


are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

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State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
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and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
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after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

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Gubernatorial General Election
BS 5 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 10

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
George H. Harman
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Matthew Kaliszak
Republican
or write-in:
Brian Marcos
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Benjamin Brooks
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jay Jalisi
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Adrienne A. Jones
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 7
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Richmond Davis Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Elijah Cummings
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David R. Griggs Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 10 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 4
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Stephanie Boston Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Julian E. Jones, Jr.
and Democratic
Susan Turnbull Delores G. Kelley
Democratic
Democratic or write-in:
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
Christina Smith Judge of the Circuit Court
Libertarian Circuit 3
Ian Schlakman Vote for up to 4
and
Annie Chambers Carey Deeley
Green Leo Wayne Dymowski
or write-in: Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski
Comptroller Dennis Robinson
Vote for 1 or write-in:
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican
or write-in:
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

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Board of Education
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large District 4
Donald E. Beachley Vote for 1
Vote Yes or No
Makeda Scott
For Continuance in Office
Kathleen White
Yes or write-in:
No
Question 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Constitutional Amendment
Matthew J. Fader (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Vote Yes or No Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
For Continuance in Office Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
Yes
The amendment requires the Governor to
No include in the annual State Budget, as
State's Attorney supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Scott Shellenberger and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
Clerk of the Circuit Court than the following amounts: $125 million in
Vote for 1 fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Deb Hill
Republican 100% of commercial gaming revenues
dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Julie Ensor 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Democratic

or write-in:
f
amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
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other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Register of Wills funding for public education provided by the
Vote for 1 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Jane Roger Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Republican operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
Grace G. Connolly
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
or write-in:
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
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Judge of the Orphans' Court For the Constitutional Amendment


Vote for up to 3 Against the Constitutional Amendment
William R. "Bill" Evans Question 2
Democratic
Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Juliet Fisher
Democratic Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Arthur M. Frank Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Democratic
legislation to allow a qualified individual to
or write-in:
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
or write-in:
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Republican

R. Jay Fisher
Democratic

or write-in:

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Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 5 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question A Question D
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 13-18 Bill 16-18
County Charter - Technical Changes County Charter - The Executive Branch

40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
are amended or repealed to make technical County Charter are amended to: correct
changes including: correcting cross obsolete Charter references, provide
references to the State Code; updating the gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
names of departments and offices in the department to reflect the current name, clarify
administrative services, providing the requirement for the County Executive to
gender-neutral language, transferring certain appoint or reappoint the heads of
provisions within the Charter, repealing departments and offices at the beginning of
obsolete language, repealing references to an each term for approval by the County Council,
agency that no longer exists, and adding repeal an obsolete requirement that the
provisions to update duties of departments County Executive serves on the Board of
and offices in the administrative services. Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
Question B the County Executive to remove department
Charter Amendment and office heads.
Bill 14-18
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
Services Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Question E
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Charter Amendment
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the
County Attorney to keep the journal of the
County Council, repeal a provision about the
f
Bill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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removal of the Director of Planning, repeal
obsolete provisions requiring the County Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
Executive to be a member of two boards, is amended to provide that officers and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County employees in the exempt service shall have
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about their compensation determined according to a
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire system adopted or amended by the County
Chief. Council on the recommendation of the County
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Executive.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
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Charter Amendment Question F


Bill 15-18 Charter Amendment
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 19-18
County Charter - Administrative Services -
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter Departments
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
certain cases and increase from 40 days to the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
65 days the number of days a bill may be modify the functions of the Department of
considered before its automatic expiration Public Works to provide that it shall be
after introduction in the County Council. responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
and engineering using a variety of
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transportation options including highways,
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
transit where appropriate.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question G
County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
including but not limited to acquisition,
construction, reconstruction, improvement,
extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 6 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 10

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
George H. Harman
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Matthew Kaliszak
Republican
or write-in:
Brian Marcos
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Benjamin Brooks
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jay Jalisi
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Adrienne A. Jones
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 2
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Liz Matory Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger


To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Michael Carney Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

Guy Mimoun or write-in:


Green
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan County Council
and District 2
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 10 Vote for 1
Ben Jealous Vote for 1 Michael Lee
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Stephanie Boston
Republican
Democratic Izzy Patoka
Democratic
Shawn Quinn Delores G. Kelley
and Democratic
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in:
Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 2
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Anthony Miles Glasser
Cheryl E. Pasteur
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or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


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Gubernatorial General Election BS 6 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 7 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 2
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Michael Lee
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Izzy Patoka
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 2
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Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Liz Matory Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Michael Carney Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
Guy Mimoun
Green
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 11 or write-in:
Ben Jealous Vote for 1
and
Susan Turnbull Bobby A. Zirkin Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 11 Yes
and Vote for up to 3
Annie Chambers No
Green Jonathan Porter
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Jon S. Cardin Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Shelly Hettleman For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Dana Stein No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

or write-in:
Vote All Sides
State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
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Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 2 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Anthony Miles Glasser
Cheryl E. Pasteur 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


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Gubernatorial General Election BS 7 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
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after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 8 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 10

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
George H. Harman
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Matthew Kaliszak
Republican
or write-in:
Brian Marcos
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Benjamin Brooks
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jay Jalisi
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Adrienne A. Jones
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 2
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Liz Matory Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger


To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Michael Carney Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

Guy Mimoun or write-in:


Green
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan County Council
and District 4
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 10 Vote for 1
Ben Jealous Vote for 1 Julian E. Jones, Jr.
and Democratic
Susan Turnbull Stephanie Boston
Republican
Democratic or write-in:
Shawn Quinn Delores G. Kelley
and Democratic
Christina Smith Judge of the Circuit Court
Libertarian or write-in: Circuit 3
Ian Schlakman Vote for up to 4
and
Annie Chambers Carey Deeley
Green Leo Wayne Dymowski
or write-in: Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski
Comptroller Dennis Robinson
Vote for 1 or write-in:
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican
or write-in:
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Board of Education
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large District 4
Donald E. Beachley Vote for 1
Vote Yes or No
Makeda Scott
For Continuance in Office
Kathleen White
Yes or write-in:
No
Question 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Constitutional Amendment
Matthew J. Fader (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Vote Yes or No Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
For Continuance in Office Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
Yes
The amendment requires the Governor to
No include in the annual State Budget, as
State's Attorney supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Scott Shellenberger and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
Clerk of the Circuit Court than the following amounts: $125 million in
Vote for 1 fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Deb Hill
Republican 100% of commercial gaming revenues
dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Julie Ensor 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Democratic

or write-in:
f
amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
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other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Register of Wills funding for public education provided by the
Vote for 1 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Jane Roger Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Republican operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
Grace G. Connolly
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
or write-in:
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
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Judge of the Orphans' Court For the Constitutional Amendment


Vote for up to 3 Against the Constitutional Amendment
William R. "Bill" Evans Question 2
Democratic
Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Juliet Fisher
Democratic Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Arthur M. Frank Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Democratic
legislation to allow a qualified individual to
or write-in:
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
or write-in:
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Republican

R. Jay Fisher
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 8 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question A Question D
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 13-18 Bill 16-18
County Charter - Technical Changes County Charter - The Executive Branch

40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
are amended or repealed to make technical County Charter are amended to: correct
changes including: correcting cross obsolete Charter references, provide
references to the State Code; updating the gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
names of departments and offices in the department to reflect the current name, clarify
administrative services, providing the requirement for the County Executive to
gender-neutral language, transferring certain appoint or reappoint the heads of
provisions within the Charter, repealing departments and offices at the beginning of
obsolete language, repealing references to an each term for approval by the County Council,
agency that no longer exists, and adding repeal an obsolete requirement that the
provisions to update duties of departments County Executive serves on the Board of
and offices in the administrative services. Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
Question B the County Executive to remove department
Charter Amendment and office heads.
Bill 14-18
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
Services Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Question E
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Charter Amendment
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the
County Attorney to keep the journal of the
County Council, repeal a provision about the
f
Bill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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removal of the Director of Planning, repeal
obsolete provisions requiring the County Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
Executive to be a member of two boards, is amended to provide that officers and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County employees in the exempt service shall have
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about their compensation determined according to a
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire system adopted or amended by the County
Chief. Council on the recommendation of the County
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Executive.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
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Charter Amendment Question F


Bill 15-18 Charter Amendment
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 19-18
County Charter - Administrative Services -
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter Departments
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
certain cases and increase from 40 days to the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
65 days the number of days a bill may be modify the functions of the Department of
considered before its automatic expiration Public Works to provide that it shall be
after introduction in the County Council. responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
and engineering using a variety of
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transportation options including highways,
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
transit where appropriate.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question G
County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
including but not limited to acquisition,
construction, reconstruction, improvement,
extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 9 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 4
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Julian E. Jones, Jr.
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Democratic
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon or write-in:
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
a new ballot.
or write-in: Judge of the Circuit Court
Optional write-in Circuit 3
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Representative in Congress
District 2
Vote for up to 4
Carey Deeley
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Vote for 1 Leo Wayne Dymowski
Liz Matory Michael Finifter
Republican
Ruth Jakubowski
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Dennis Robinson
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or or write-in:
write-in" and print the name Michael Carney
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
Guy Mimoun
Green
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 11
Judge, Court of Special
Ben Jealous Vote for 1 Appeals At Large
and
Bobby A. Zirkin Donald E. Beachley
Susan Turnbull Democratic
Democratic Vote Yes or No
Shawn Quinn or write-in: For Continuance in Office
and
Christina Smith Yes
Libertarian House of Delegates No
Ian Schlakman District 11
and
Judge, Court of Special
Vote for up to 3 Appeals At Large
Annie Chambers
Green Jonathan Porter Matthew J. Fader
Republican
or write-in: Vote Yes or No
Jon S. Cardin For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Comptroller Yes
Vote for 1 Shelly Hettleman No
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan State's Attorney
Republican Vote for 1
Dana Stein
Democratic
Peter Franchot Scott Shellenberger
Democratic Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in: or write-in:
or write-in:

or write-in:
Vote All Sides
Clerk of the Circuit Court Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Deb Hill Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Republican
that are for Public Education to
Supplement Spending for Education in
Julie Ensor
Democratic Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
or write-in: include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Register of Wills revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Jane Roger to public education in an amount above the
Republican level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Grace G. Connolly in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
Democratic known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
or write-in: fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Judge of the Orphans' Court dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Vote for up to 3 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
William R. "Bill" Evans show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
Juliet Fisher manner that is in addition to the level of State
Democratic
funding for public education provided by the
Arthur M. Frank funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Democratic Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
or write-in: operation licenses for the primary purpose of

or write-in:
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
or write-in:
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 Question 2
Carl H. Magee, Jr. Constitutional Amendment
Republican (Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
R. Jay Fisher Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Democratic
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Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


or write-in: legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Board of Education registration to close before Election Day.
District 4
Vote for 1 (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Makeda Scott Constitution)
Kathleen White For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question A
Charter Amendment
Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes

40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter


are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 9 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
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after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 10 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 10

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
George H. Harman
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Matthew Kaliszak
Republican
or write-in:
Brian Marcos
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Benjamin Brooks
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jay Jalisi
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Adrienne A. Jones
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 7
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Richmond Davis Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Elijah Cummings
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David R. Griggs Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 10 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 4
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Stephanie Boston Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Julian E. Jones, Jr.
and Democratic
Susan Turnbull Delores G. Kelley
Democratic
Democratic or write-in:
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
Christina Smith Judge of the Circuit Court
Libertarian Circuit 3
Ian Schlakman Vote for up to 4
and
Annie Chambers Carey Deeley
Green Leo Wayne Dymowski
or write-in: Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski
Comptroller Dennis Robinson
Vote for 1 or write-in:
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican
or write-in:
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Board of Education
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large District 4
Donald E. Beachley Vote for 1
Vote Yes or No
Makeda Scott
For Continuance in Office
Kathleen White
Yes or write-in:
No
Question 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Constitutional Amendment
Matthew J. Fader (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Vote Yes or No Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
For Continuance in Office Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
Yes
The amendment requires the Governor to
No include in the annual State Budget, as
State's Attorney supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Scott Shellenberger and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
Clerk of the Circuit Court than the following amounts: $125 million in
Vote for 1 fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Deb Hill
Republican 100% of commercial gaming revenues
dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Julie Ensor 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Democratic

or write-in:
f
amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
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other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Register of Wills funding for public education provided by the
Vote for 1 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Jane Roger Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Republican operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
Grace G. Connolly
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
or write-in:
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
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Judge of the Orphans' Court For the Constitutional Amendment


Vote for up to 3 Against the Constitutional Amendment
William R. "Bill" Evans Question 2
Democratic
Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Juliet Fisher
Democratic Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Arthur M. Frank Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Democratic
legislation to allow a qualified individual to
or write-in:
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
or write-in:
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Republican

R. Jay Fisher
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 10 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question A Question D
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 13-18 Bill 16-18
County Charter - Technical Changes County Charter - The Executive Branch

40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
are amended or repealed to make technical County Charter are amended to: correct
changes including: correcting cross obsolete Charter references, provide
references to the State Code; updating the gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
names of departments and offices in the department to reflect the current name, clarify
administrative services, providing the requirement for the County Executive to
gender-neutral language, transferring certain appoint or reappoint the heads of
provisions within the Charter, repealing departments and offices at the beginning of
obsolete language, repealing references to an each term for approval by the County Council,
agency that no longer exists, and adding repeal an obsolete requirement that the
provisions to update duties of departments County Executive serves on the Board of
and offices in the administrative services. Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
Question B the County Executive to remove department
Charter Amendment and office heads.
Bill 14-18
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
Services Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Question E
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Charter Amendment
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the
County Attorney to keep the journal of the
County Council, repeal a provision about the
f
Bill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
oo
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal
obsolete provisions requiring the County Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
Executive to be a member of two boards, is amended to provide that officers and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County employees in the exempt service shall have
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about their compensation determined according to a
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire system adopted or amended by the County
Chief. Council on the recommendation of the County
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Executive.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
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Charter Amendment Question F


Bill 15-18 Charter Amendment
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 19-18
County Charter - Administrative Services -
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter Departments
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
certain cases and increase from 40 days to the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
65 days the number of days a bill may be modify the functions of the Department of
considered before its automatic expiration Public Works to provide that it shall be
after introduction in the County Council. responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
and engineering using a variety of
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transportation options including highways,
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
transit where appropriate.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question G
County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
including but not limited to acquisition,
construction, reconstruction, improvement,
extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 11 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 10

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
George H. Harman
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Matthew Kaliszak
Republican
or write-in:
Brian Marcos
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Benjamin Brooks
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jay Jalisi
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Adrienne A. Jones
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 7
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Richmond Davis Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Elijah Cummings
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David R. Griggs Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 10 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 2
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Stephanie Boston Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Michael Lee
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Delores G. Kelley
Democratic
Democratic Izzy Patoka
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 2
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Anthony Miles Glasser
Cheryl E. Pasteur
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or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 11 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 12 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 2
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Michael Lee
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Izzy Patoka
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 3
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Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Charles Anthony Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
John Sarbanes Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David Lashar Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 11 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Bobby A. Zirkin or write-in:
Democratic
Ben Jealous
and
or write-in:
Susan Turnbull Judge, Court of Special
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn House of Delegates Donald E. Beachley
and District 11 Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian Vote for up to 3 For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman Jonathan Porter Yes
and Republican
Annie Chambers No
Green Jon S. Cardin
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Shelly Hettleman Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Dana Stein For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
or write-in: No
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
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raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
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Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 2 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Anthony Miles Glasser
Cheryl E. Pasteur 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 12 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
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and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
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after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 13 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 2
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Michael Lee
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Izzy Patoka
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 7
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Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Richmond Davis Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
Elijah Cummings Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David R. Griggs Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 44 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Victor Clark, Jr. or write-in:
Republican
Ben Jealous
and
Susan Turnbull Shirley Nathan-Pulliam Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 44B Yes
and Vote for up to 2
Annie Chambers No
Green Charles E. Sydnor, III
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Pat Young Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
or write-in: No
Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
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raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
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Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 2 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Anthony Miles Glasser
Cheryl E. Pasteur 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

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Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 13 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
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and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
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after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 14 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 10

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
George H. Harman
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Matthew Kaliszak
Republican
or write-in:
Brian Marcos
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Benjamin Brooks
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jay Jalisi
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Adrienne A. Jones
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 7
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Richmond Davis Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Elijah Cummings
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David R. Griggs Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 10 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 3
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Stephanie Boston Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Wade Kach
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Delores G. Kelley
Democratic
Democratic Colleen Marie Ebacher
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 3
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka
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or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 14 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 15 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 10

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
George H. Harman
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Matthew Kaliszak
Republican
or write-in:
Brian Marcos
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Benjamin Brooks
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Jay Jalisi
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Adrienne A. Jones
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 2
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Liz Matory Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger


To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Michael Carney Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

Guy Mimoun or write-in:


Green
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan County Council
and District 3
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 10 Vote for 1
Ben Jealous Vote for 1 Wade Kach
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Stephanie Boston
Republican
Democratic Colleen Marie Ebacher
Democratic
Shawn Quinn Delores G. Kelley
and Democratic
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in:
Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 3
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka
oo
or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 15 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 16 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 3
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Wade Kach
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Colleen Marie Ebacher
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 7
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Richmond Davis Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
Elijah Cummings Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David R. Griggs Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 42 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Chris West or write-in:
Republican
Ben Jealous
and
Susan Turnbull Robbie Leonard Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 42B Yes
and Vote for up to 2
Annie Chambers No
Green Nino Mangione
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Tim Robinson Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Michele Guyton For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Sachin Hebbar No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 3 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 16 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 17 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 3
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Wade Kach
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Colleen Marie Ebacher
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 1
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Andy Harris Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
Jesse Colvin Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Jenica Martin Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 42 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Chris West or write-in:
Republican
Ben Jealous
and
Susan Turnbull Robbie Leonard Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 42B Yes
and Vote for up to 2
Annie Chambers No
Green Nino Mangione
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Tim Robinson Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Michele Guyton For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Sachin Hebbar No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 3 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 17 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 18 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 7

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Lauren Arikan
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Rick Impallaria
Republican
or write-in:
Kathy Szeliga
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Allison Berkowitz
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Gordon Koerner
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Ryan Sullivan
Green
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 1
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Andy Harris Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Jesse Colvin
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Jenica Martin Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 7 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 3
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican J. B. Jennings Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Wade Kach
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Donna Hines
Democratic
Democratic Colleen Marie Ebacher
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 3
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka
oo
or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 18 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
Pr

improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 19 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 7

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Lauren Arikan
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Rick Impallaria
Republican
or write-in:
Kathy Szeliga
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Allison Berkowitz
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Gordon Koerner
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Ryan Sullivan
Green
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 7
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Richmond Davis Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Elijah Cummings
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David R. Griggs Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 7 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 3
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican J. B. Jennings Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Wade Kach
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Donna Hines
Democratic
Democratic Colleen Marie Ebacher
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 3
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka
oo
or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
Pr

include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 19 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
oo
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
Pr

Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
Pr

improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 20 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 3
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Wade Kach
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Colleen Marie Ebacher
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 2
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Liz Matory Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Michael Carney Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
Guy Mimoun
Green
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 11 or write-in:
Ben Jealous Vote for 1
and
Susan Turnbull Bobby A. Zirkin Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 11 Yes
and Vote for up to 3
Annie Chambers No
Green Jonathan Porter
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Jon S. Cardin Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Shelly Hettleman For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Dana Stein No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

or write-in:
Vote All Sides
State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 3 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 20 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
Pr

improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 21 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 3
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Wade Kach
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Colleen Marie Ebacher
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 2
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Liz Matory Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Michael Carney Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
Guy Mimoun
Green
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 42 or write-in:
Ben Jealous Vote for 1
and
Susan Turnbull Chris West Judge, Court of Special
Republican
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn Robbie Leonard Donald E. Beachley
and Democratic
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman Yes
and
Annie Chambers House of Delegates No
Green District 42B
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Vote for up to 2 Appeals At Large
Nino Mangione Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Tim Robinson For Continuance in Office
Republican
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Michele Guyton No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
Sachin Hebbar
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:

or write-in:
Vote All Sides
State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 3 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 21 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
Pr

improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 22 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 3
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Wade Kach
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Colleen Marie Ebacher
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 7
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Richmond Davis Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
Elijah Cummings Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David R. Griggs Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 11 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Bobby A. Zirkin or write-in:
Democratic
Ben Jealous
and
or write-in:
Susan Turnbull Judge, Court of Special
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn House of Delegates Donald E. Beachley
and District 11 Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian Vote for up to 3 For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman Jonathan Porter Yes
and Republican
Annie Chambers No
Green Jon S. Cardin
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Shelly Hettleman Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Dana Stein For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
or write-in: No
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 3 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 22 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 23 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 2
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Michael Lee
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Izzy Patoka
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 7
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Richmond Davis Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
Elijah Cummings Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David R. Griggs Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 11 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Bobby A. Zirkin or write-in:
Democratic
Ben Jealous
and
or write-in:
Susan Turnbull Judge, Court of Special
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn House of Delegates Donald E. Beachley
and District 11 Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian Vote for up to 3 For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman Jonathan Porter Yes
and Republican
Annie Chambers No
Green Jon S. Cardin
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Shelly Hettleman Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Dana Stein For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
or write-in: No
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 2 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Anthony Miles Glasser
Cheryl E. Pasteur 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 23 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
Pr

improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 24 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 2
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Michael Lee
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Izzy Patoka
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 3
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Charles Anthony Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
John Sarbanes Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David Lashar Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 42 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Chris West or write-in:
Republican
Ben Jealous
and
Susan Turnbull Robbie Leonard Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 42B Yes
and Vote for up to 2
Annie Chambers No
Green Nino Mangione
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Tim Robinson Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Michele Guyton For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Sachin Hebbar No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 2 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Anthony Miles Glasser
Cheryl E. Pasteur 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 24 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
Pr

improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 25 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 5
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra David Marks
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Alex Foley
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 2
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Liz Matory Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Michael Carney Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
Guy Mimoun
Green
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 42 or write-in:
Ben Jealous Vote for 1
and
Susan Turnbull Chris West Judge, Court of Special
Republican
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn Robbie Leonard Donald E. Beachley
and Democratic
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman Yes
and
Annie Chambers House of Delegates No
Green District 42A
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Vote for 1 Appeals At Large
Stephen A. McIntire Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Stephen Lafferty For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
or write-in: No
Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 5 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Julie C. Henn
or write-in: 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 25 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
Pr

improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 26 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 5
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra David Marks
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Alex Foley
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 3
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Charles Anthony Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
John Sarbanes Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David Lashar Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 42 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Chris West or write-in:
Republican
Ben Jealous
and
Susan Turnbull Robbie Leonard Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 42A Yes
and Vote for 1
Annie Chambers No
Green Stephen A. McIntire
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Stephen Lafferty Matthew J. Fader
Democratic
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
No
Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 5 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Julie C. Henn
or write-in: 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 26 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
oo
Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
Pr

improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 27 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 5
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra David Marks
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Alex Foley
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 2
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Liz Matory Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Michael Carney Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
Guy Mimoun
Green
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 42 or write-in:
Ben Jealous Vote for 1
and
Susan Turnbull Chris West Judge, Court of Special
Republican
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn Robbie Leonard Donald E. Beachley
and Democratic
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman Yes
and
Annie Chambers House of Delegates No
Green District 42B
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Vote for up to 2 Appeals At Large
Nino Mangione Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Tim Robinson For Continuance in Office
Republican
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Michele Guyton No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
Sachin Hebbar
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:

or write-in:
Vote All Sides
State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 5 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Julie C. Henn
or write-in: 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 27 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
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after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 28 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 6
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Ryan Nawrocki
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Cathy Bevins
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 2
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Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Liz Matory Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Michael Carney Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
Guy Mimoun
Green
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 42 or write-in:
Ben Jealous Vote for 1
and
Susan Turnbull Chris West Judge, Court of Special
Republican
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn Robbie Leonard Donald E. Beachley
and Democratic
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman Yes
and
Annie Chambers House of Delegates No
Green District 42A
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Vote for 1 Appeals At Large
Stephen A. McIntire Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Stephen Lafferty For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
or write-in: No
Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

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State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
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Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 6 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Edward Kitlowski
Lily Rowe 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 28 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 29 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 8

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Joseph C. Boteler, III
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Joe Cluster
Republican
or write-in:
Joe Norman
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Harry Bhandari
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Eric Bromwell
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Carl Jackson
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 2
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Liz Matory Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger


To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Michael Carney Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

Guy Mimoun or write-in:


Green
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan County Council
and District 6
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 8 Vote for 1
Ben Jealous Vote for 1 Ryan Nawrocki
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Christian Miele
Republican
Democratic Cathy Bevins
Democratic
Shawn Quinn Katherine Klausmeier
and Democratic
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in:
Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 6
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Edward Kitlowski
Lily Rowe
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or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 29 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 30 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 8

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Joseph C. Boteler, III
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Joe Cluster
Republican
or write-in:
Joe Norman
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Harry Bhandari
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Eric Bromwell
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Carl Jackson
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 3
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Charles Anthony Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

John Sarbanes
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David Lashar Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 8 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 6
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Christian Miele Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Ryan Nawrocki
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Katherine Klausmeier
Democratic
Democratic Cathy Bevins
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 6
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Edward Kitlowski
Lily Rowe
oo
or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 30 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
Pr

improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 31 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 8

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Joseph C. Boteler, III
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Joe Cluster
Republican
or write-in:
Joe Norman
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Harry Bhandari
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Eric Bromwell
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Carl Jackson
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 2
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Liz Matory Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger


To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Michael Carney Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

Guy Mimoun or write-in:


Green
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan County Council
and District 5
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 8 Vote for 1
Ben Jealous Vote for 1 David Marks
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Christian Miele
Republican
Democratic Alex Foley
Democratic
Shawn Quinn Katherine Klausmeier
and Democratic
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in:
Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 5
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Julie C. Henn
or write-in:
oo
Yes Question 1
No Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
State's Attorney Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Vote for 1 that are for Public Education to
Supplement Spending for Education in
Scott Shellenberger
Democratic Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
or write-in: include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Pr

through grade 12 in public schools, the


Clerk of the Circuit Court revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Deb Hill to public education in an amount above the
Republican level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Julie Ensor in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
Democratic known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
or write-in: fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Register of Wills dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Jane Roger show in the annual budget how the revenues
Republican
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
Grace G. Connolly manner that is in addition to the level of State
Democratic
funding for public education provided by the
or write-in: funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 31 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
oo
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
Pr

Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
Pr

improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 32 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 3
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Wade Kach
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Colleen Marie Ebacher
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 2
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
oo
Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Liz Matory Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Michael Carney Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
Guy Mimoun
Green
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford State Senator
Republican District 42 or write-in:
Ben Jealous Vote for 1
and
Susan Turnbull Chris West Judge, Court of Special
Republican
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn Robbie Leonard Donald E. Beachley
and Democratic
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman Yes
and
Annie Chambers House of Delegates No
Green District 42B
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Vote for up to 2 Appeals At Large
Nino Mangione Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Tim Robinson For Continuance in Office
Republican
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Michele Guyton No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
Sachin Hebbar
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:

or write-in:
Vote All Sides
State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 3 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 32 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
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obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 33 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 3
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra Wade Kach
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Colleen Marie Ebacher
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 7
f
Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Richmond Davis Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
Elijah Cummings Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name David R. Griggs Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 42 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Chris West or write-in:
Republican
Ben Jealous
and
Susan Turnbull Robbie Leonard Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 42B Yes
and Vote for up to 2
Annie Chambers No
Green Nino Mangione
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Tim Robinson Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Michele Guyton For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Sachin Hebbar No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
f
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


oo
Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Pr

Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 3 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1 Bill 13-18
County Charter - Technical Changes
Kathleen Causey
Paul V. Konka 40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter
or write-in: are amended or repealed to make technical
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the
names of departments and offices in the
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding
provisions to update duties of departments
and offices in the administrative services.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 33 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question B Question F
Charter Amendment Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18 Bill 19-18
County Charter - The Administrative County Charter - Administrative Services -
Services Departments
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
the Baltimore County Charter are amended the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the modify the functions of the Department of
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Public Works to provide that it shall be
County Council, repeal a provision about the responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal and engineering using a variety of
obsolete provisions requiring the County transportation options including highways,
Executive to be a member of two boards, bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
repeal an obsolete reference to the County transit where appropriate.
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Chief. Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Question G
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 37-18
Question C School Borrowing
Charter Amendment
Bill 15-18 AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$335,517,000 for public school projects,
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter including but not limited to acquisition,
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision construction, reconstruction, improvement,
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
certain cases and increase from 40 days to
65 days the number of days a bill may be
considered before its automatic expiration
f
and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
oo
after introduction in the County Council. County Charter.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Bond Issue
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Against the Bond Issue
Question D Question H
Charter Amendment County Ordinance
Bill 16-18 Bill 38-18
County Charter - The Executive Branch Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation
Borrowing
Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
County Charter are amended to: correct Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Pr

obsolete Charter references, provide $2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land
gender-neutral language, alter the name of a preservation projects, including but not limited
department to reflect the current name, clarify to the purchase of land, development rights
the requirement for the County Executive to and conservation easements, to be
appoint or reappoint the heads of undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
departments and offices at the beginning of 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
each term for approval by the County Council,
For the Bond Issue
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
County Executive serves on the Board of Against the Bond Issue
Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations, Question I
repeal an obsolete provision about the County County Ordinance
Administrative Officer appointing department Bill 39-18
and offices heads, and clarify the authority of Waterway Improvement Program
the County Executive to remove department Borrowing
and office heads.
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
For the Proposed Charter Amendment Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment $10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction,
reconstruction, extension, repair and
Question E modernization of waterway improvement and
Charter Amendment stormwater-related projects, including but not
Bill 17-18 limited to shoreline stabilization, shore
County Charter - Exempt Service erosion control, wetland restoration and
Employees streambank and riverbank restoration, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
is amended to provide that officers and
employees in the exempt service shall have For the Bond Issue
their compensation determined according to a
system adopted or amended by the County Against the Bond Issue
Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Vote All Sides
Question J Question N
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 40-18 Bill 44-18
Parks, Preservation and Greenways Refuse Disposal Borrowing
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
greenways projects, including but not limited including but not limited to the construction,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
recreational facilities and the construction, repair, and modernization of county refuse
improvement, repair and maintenance of disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
playgrounds, parks and community centers, to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) County Charter.
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue Question O
Question K County Ordinance
County Ordinance Bill 45-18
Bill 41-18 Community College Borrowing
Public Works Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for $15,000,000 for community college projects,
the class of projects which includes, among including but not limited to the construction,
other things, streets and highways, bridges improvement, maintenance, and
and storm drainage systems, to be modernization of buildings and other
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and improvements for the community colleges, to
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue
Question L
County Ordinance
f Against the Bond Issue
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Bill 42-18
Community Improvement Project
Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$1,000,000 for community improvement
projects, including but not limited to
construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
repair or modernization of street curbs,
gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
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improvements to be undertaken pursuant to


Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue
Question M
County Ordinance
Bill 43-18
Operational Buildings Borrowing

AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower


Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$47,000,000 for public operational buildings
including, but not limited to, general, health,
police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
and detention buildings or facilities and
necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
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BS 34 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 7

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Lauren Arikan
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Rick Impallaria
Republican
or write-in:
Kathy Szeliga
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Allison Berkowitz
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Gordon Koerner
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Ryan Sullivan
Green
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 1
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Andy Harris Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Jesse Colvin
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Jenica Martin Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 7 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 5
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican J. B. Jennings Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous David Marks
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Donna Hines
Democratic
Democratic Alex Foley
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 5
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Julie C. Henn
or write-in:
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Yes Question 1
No Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
State's Attorney Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Vote for 1 that are for Public Education to
Supplement Spending for Education in
Scott Shellenberger
Democratic Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
or write-in: include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Pr

through grade 12 in public schools, the


Clerk of the Circuit Court revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Deb Hill to public education in an amount above the
Republican level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Julie Ensor in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
Democratic known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
or write-in: fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Register of Wills dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Jane Roger show in the annual budget how the revenues
Republican
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
Grace G. Connolly manner that is in addition to the level of State
Democratic
funding for public education provided by the
or write-in: funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 34 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
Pr

Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 35 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 7

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Lauren Arikan
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Rick Impallaria
Republican
or write-in:
Kathy Szeliga
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Allison Berkowitz
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Gordon Koerner
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Ryan Sullivan
Green
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 1
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Andy Harris Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Jesse Colvin
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Jenica Martin Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 7 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 6
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican J. B. Jennings Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous Ryan Nawrocki
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Donna Hines
Democratic
Democratic Cathy Bevins
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 6
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Edward Kitlowski
Lily Rowe
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or write-in:
Yes
No Question 1
State's Attorney Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1 (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Scott Shellenberger that are for Public Education to
Democratic Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
or write-in:
The amendment requires the Governor to
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include in the annual State Budget, as


Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Deb Hill and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Republican to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
Julie Ensor schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Democratic in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
or write-in:
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Register of Wills 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Jane Roger 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Republican amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
Grace G. Connolly from video lottery operation licenses and
Democratic other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
or write-in: funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 35 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 36 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 8

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Joseph C. Boteler, III
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Joe Cluster
Republican
or write-in:
Joe Norman
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Harry Bhandari
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Eric Bromwell
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Carl Jackson
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 1
f
Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Andy Harris Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Jesse Colvin
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
Jenica Martin Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 8 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 5
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Christian Miele Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous David Marks
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Katherine Klausmeier
Democratic
Democratic Alex Foley
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 5
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Julie C. Henn
or write-in:
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Yes Question 1
No Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
State's Attorney Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Vote for 1 that are for Public Education to
Supplement Spending for Education in
Scott Shellenberger
Democratic Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
or write-in: include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
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through grade 12 in public schools, the


Clerk of the Circuit Court revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Deb Hill to public education in an amount above the
Republican level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Julie Ensor in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
Democratic known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
or write-in: fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Register of Wills dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Jane Roger show in the annual budget how the revenues
Republican
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
Grace G. Connolly manner that is in addition to the level of State
Democratic
funding for public education provided by the
or write-in: funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 36 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
oo
obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
f 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.

For the Bond Issue


oo
Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
Pr

improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 37 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 8

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Joseph C. Boteler, III
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Joe Cluster
Republican
or write-in:
Joe Norman
Republican
U.S. Senator
Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1 Harry Bhandari
the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
Eric Bromwell
make any marks outside of Democratic
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin
to vote in every race. Democratic
Carl Jackson
Democratic
Arvin Vohra
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian
or write-in:
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated
or write-in:
a new ballot.
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:

District 3
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Representative in Congress
County Executive
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Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Charles Anthony Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

John Sarbanes
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or John "Johnny O"
write-in" and print the name Olszewski, Jr.
David Lashar Democratic
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian

or write-in: or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 8 County Council
and Vote for 1 District 5
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Christian Miele Vote for 1
Republican
Ben Jealous David Marks
and Republican
Susan Turnbull Katherine Klausmeier
Democratic
Democratic Alex Foley
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman
and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Comptroller
Vote for 1
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican

Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Circuit Court Judge of the Orphans' Court
Circuit 3 Vote for up to 3
Vote for up to 4 William R. "Bill" Evans
Democratic
Carey Deeley
Leo Wayne Dymowski Juliet Fisher
Democratic
Michael Finifter
Ruth Jakubowski Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
Dennis Robinson
or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: or write-in:

or write-in: Sheriff
Vote for 1
Carl H. Magee, Jr.
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Republican
Donald E. Beachley
R. Jay Fisher
Vote Yes or No Democratic
For Continuance in Office
or write-in:
Yes
No Board of Education
District 5
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Vote for 1
Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For Continuance in Office
f Julie C. Henn
or write-in:
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Yes Question 1
No Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
State's Attorney Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Vote for 1 that are for Public Education to
Supplement Spending for Education in
Scott Shellenberger
Democratic Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
or write-in: include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
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through grade 12 in public schools, the


Clerk of the Circuit Court revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Deb Hill to public education in an amount above the
Republican level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
Julie Ensor in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
Democratic known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
or write-in: fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Register of Wills dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Jane Roger show in the annual budget how the revenues
Republican
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
Grace G. Connolly manner that is in addition to the level of State
Democratic
funding for public education provided by the
or write-in: funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 37 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County
Question 2 Question D
Constitutional Amendment Charter Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session) Bill 16-18
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the County Charter - The Executive Branch
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact Sections 402, 403 and 404 of the Baltimore
legislation to allow a qualified individual to County Charter are amended to: correct
register and vote at a precinct polling place on obsolete Charter references, provide
Election Day. The current law requires voter gender-neutral language, alter the name of a
registration to close before Election Day. department to reflect the current name, clarify
the requirement for the County Executive to
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and appoint or reappoint the heads of
adding Section 2A to the Maryland departments and offices at the beginning of
Constitution) each term for approval by the County Council,
repeal an obsolete requirement that the
For the Constitutional Amendment County Executive serves on the Board of
Against the Constitutional Amendment Health, repeal an obsolete provision about the
County Executive preparing regulations,
Question A repeal an obsolete provision about the County
Charter Amendment Administrative Officer appointing department
Bill 13-18 and offices heads, and clarify the authority of
County Charter - Technical Changes the County Executive to remove department
and office heads.
40 sections of the Baltimore County Charter For the Proposed Charter Amendment
are amended or repealed to make technical Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
changes including: correcting cross
references to the State Code; updating the Question E
names of departments and offices in the Charter Amendment
administrative services, providing
gender-neutral language, transferring certain
provisions within the Charter, repealing
fBill 17-18
County Charter - Exempt Service
Employees
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obsolete language, repealing references to an
agency that no longer exists, and adding Section 505 of the Baltimore County Charter
provisions to update duties of departments is amended to provide that officers and
and offices in the administrative services. employees in the exempt service shall have
their compensation determined according to a
For the Proposed Charter Amendment system adopted or amended by the County
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Council on the recommendation of the County
Executive.
Question B
Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Bill 14-18
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
County Charter - The Administrative
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Services Question F
Sections 508, 522, 533, 540, 541 and 542 of Charter Amendment
the Baltimore County Charter are amended Bill 19-18
to: repeal an obsolete provision requiring the County Charter - Administrative Services -
County Attorney to keep the journal of the Departments
County Council, repeal a provision about the Sections 307, 402, 504, 525, 526, and 527 of
removal of the Director of Planning, repeal the Baltimore County Charter are amended to
obsolete provisions requiring the County modify the functions of the Department of
Executive to be a member of two boards, Public Works to provide that it shall be
repeal an obsolete reference to the County responsible for mobility and for traffic safety
Home, and repeal obsolete provisions about and engineering using a variety of
the removal of the Chief of Police and the Fire transportation options including highways,
Chief. bike lanes, pedestrian improvements and
For the Proposed Charter Amendment transit where appropriate.
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment For the Proposed Charter Amendment
Question C Against the Proposed Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Question G
Bill 15-18 County Ordinance
County Charter - Legislative Procedure Bill 37-18
School Borrowing
Section 308 of the Baltimore County Charter
is amended to: repeal an obsolete provision AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
authorizing the expeditious passage of bills in Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
certain cases and increase from 40 days to $335,517,000 for public school projects,
65 days the number of days a bill may be including but not limited to acquisition,
considered before its automatic expiration construction, reconstruction, improvement,
after introduction in the County Council. extension, repair, maintenance, conversion,
For the Proposed Charter Amendment and modernization of public school buildings
and sites, to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Proposed Charter Amendment Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
Vote All Sides
Question H Question L
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 38-18 Bill 42-18
Agricultural and Rural Land Preservation Community Improvement Project
Borrowing Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$2,000,000 for agricultural and rural land Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
preservation projects, including but not limited $1,000,000 for community improvement
to the purchase of land, development rights projects, including but not limited to
and conservation easements, to be construction, renovation, extension, alteration,
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and repair or modernization of street curbs,
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. gutters, water, sewer and other utilities, and
sidewalk and pedestrian system
For the Bond Issue improvements to be undertaken pursuant to
Against the Bond Issue Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
County Charter.
Question I
County Ordinance For the Bond Issue
Bill 39-18
Against the Bond Issue
Waterway Improvement Program
Borrowing Question M
County Ordinance
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Bill 43-18
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
$10,000,000 for the acquisition, construction, Operational Buildings Borrowing
reconstruction, extension, repair and
modernization of waterway improvement and AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
stormwater-related projects, including but not Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
limited to shoreline stabilization, shore $47,000,000 for public operational buildings
erosion control, wetland restoration and including, but not limited to, general, health,
streambank and riverbank restoration, to be police, fire, recreation, libraries, senior center
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and and detention buildings or facilities and
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. necessary or desirable equipment, to be
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue
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For the Bond Issue


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Question J Against the Bond Issue
County Ordinance
Question N
Bill 40-18
County Ordinance
Parks, Preservation and Greenways
Borrowing Bill 44-18
Refuse Disposal Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$4,000,000 for parks, preservation and Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
greenways projects, including but not limited $8,816,000 for refuse disposal projects,
to acquisition of playgrounds, parks and including but not limited to the construction,
recreational facilities and the construction, reconstruction, improvement, acquisition,
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improvement, repair and maintenance of repair, and modernization of county refuse


playgrounds, parks and community centers, disposal facilities, to be undertaken pursuant
to be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) to Sections 705(a) and 718 of the Baltimore
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter. County Charter.

For the Bond Issue For the Bond Issue


Against the Bond Issue Against the Bond Issue
Question K Question O
County Ordinance County Ordinance
Bill 41-18 Bill 45-18
Public Works Borrowing
Community College Borrowing
AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow AN ORDINANCE to authorize and empower
$68,384,000 for public works purposes, for Baltimore County, Maryland to borrow
the class of projects which includes, among $15,000,000 for community college projects,
other things, streets and highways, bridges including but not limited to the construction,
and storm drainage systems, to be improvement, maintenance, and
undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a) and modernization of buildings and other
718 of the Baltimore County Charter. improvements for the community colleges, to
For the Bond Issue be undertaken pursuant to Sections 705(a)
and 718 of the Baltimore County Charter.
Against the Bond Issue
For the Bond Issue
Against the Bond Issue

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election
BS 38 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore County

Attorney General County Executive


Instructions
Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Making Selections Craig Wolf Al Redmer, Jr.
Republican Republican

Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
John "Johnny O"
or write-in:
Olszewski, Jr.
Democratic

U.S. Senator or write-in:


Fill in the oval to the left of Vote for 1
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Tony Campbell
completely, and do not Republican
make any marks outside of County Council
the oval. You do not have Ben Cardin District 5
to vote in every race. Democratic Vote for 1
Arvin Vohra David Marks
Do not cross out or erase, Libertarian Republican
or your vote may not count.
If you make a mistake or a Neal Simon Alex Foley
stray mark, you may ask for Unaffiliated Democratic
a new ballot.
or write-in: or write-in:
Optional write-in

District 1
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Representative in Congress Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 3
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Vote for 1 Vote for up to 4
Andy Harris Carey Deeley
Republican
Leo Wayne Dymowski
Jesse Colvin Michael Finifter
To add a candidate, fill in Democratic
the oval to the left of "or Ruth Jakubowski
write-in" and print the name Jenica Martin Dennis Robinson
clearly on the dotted line. Libertarian
or write-in:
or write-in:
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 State Senator
Larry Hogan District 42 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican Chris West or write-in:
Republican
Ben Jealous
and
Susan Turnbull Robbie Leonard Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Democratic Appeals At Large
Shawn Quinn or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Christina Smith
Libertarian House of Delegates For Continuance in Office
Ian Schlakman District 42B Yes
and Vote for up to 2
Annie Chambers No
Green Nino Mangione
Republican
Judge, Court of Special
or write-in: Appeals At Large
Tim Robinson Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 Michele Guyton For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
Sachin Hebbar No
Democratic
Peter Franchot
Democratic
or write-in:
or write-in:
or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Scott Shellenberger Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
Clerk of the Circuit Court include in the annual State Budget, as
Vote for 1 supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
Deb Hill revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Republican
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Julie Ensor to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Jane Roger dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Republican 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
Grace G. Connolly show in the annual budget how the revenues
Democratic
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
or write-in:
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Judge of the Orphans' Court
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for up to 3 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
William R. "Bill" Evans operation licenses for the primary purpose of
Democratic

Juliet Fisher
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raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


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Democratic (g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)
Arthur M. Frank
Democratic
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment
Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
or write-in: Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
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Authorizes the General Assembly to enact


Sheriff legislation to allow a qualified individual to
Vote for 1 register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
Carl H. Magee, Jr. registration to close before Election Day.
Republican
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
R. Jay Fisher adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Democratic
Constitution)
or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment
Board of Education Question A
District 5 Charter Amendment
Vote for 1