Although Election Day isn’t until Nov. 3, many Marylanders will be voting early or submitting their ballots by mail for the upcoming General Election. In many of the state’s largest jurisdictions, voters will be met with lengthy ballots and multiple local initiatives to consider. In Prince George’s County, voters will decide whether to allow county officials to borrow more than $500 million to build or improve county buildings, roads and other infrastructure.
If you’re still trying to request a mail-in ballot, or want to know how to register to vote, you can check out our guide for voters here.
If you want to find out where to drop off your ballot, or where you can vote in-person this November, you can take a look at our interactive voting center maps here.
Want to see a sample ballot for your county? The State Board of Elections has a list of every approved ballot for the November election on its website.
Here’s a quick breakdown of the ballot questions in Prince George’s County:
This act would allow Prince George’s County officials to borrow $178.15 million to renovate and build roads, bridges, parking lots and maintenance facilities.
This act would allow county officials to borrow about $28.8 million to pay for the construction and improvement of libraries in the county.
This act would allow county officials to borrow about $44.5 million to pay for the construction and improvement public safety facilities, specifically
fire department facilities, in the county.
This act would allow county officials to borrow $133 million to pay for the construction and renovation of county buildings.
This act would allow county officials to borrow $121.7 million to pay for the construction and renovation of community college facilities.