As we prepare for 2014 election cycle, the incumbents on the Prince George’s County will be facing a lot of competition in the June 24 primary election, but some countywide officeholders might be unopposed in both the primary and the general elections, according to the list of candidates who filed to run by Tuesday night’s deadline February 25th, 2014.
The Prince George’s County Board of Elections and the Maryland State Board of Elections in Annapolis kept their offices open until 9 p.m. Tuesday to allow candidates to file. See the full list for Maryland (delegates and senators) Here and the list for Prince George’s County Here. Find out who’s competing to represent you. There are some elected officials who we must kick to the curb and there are some who we must keep as elected leaders because of their Sterling Performance in Annapolis.
We plan to interview and scrutinize the new candidates and some of the incumbents for your analysis. We must determine the suitability because corruption, nepotism and professional misconduct continues to be a way of life in Prince George’s County – Maryland. We plan to make some recommendations before June 2014 and November 2014 elections cycle. Remember that, We must elect leaders who care more about the environment and the future of the county and the country. Leaders who are not connected to Malfeasance. We can do it if we change the focus and reward leaders with fire in the belly. Keep checking our blogs to help steer the county forward.
Although unaffiliated, Independent, Green and Libertarian voters and voters from other parties other than Democratic or Republican will not be able to cast ballots in the Democratic or Republican primary races, they will be able to vote in the nonpartisan school board race, Election officials said. (see previous post)
“Everyone has something to vote on in the primary,” Election officials said.