What is Regina running for?
State Delegate for Legislative District 43. Each legislative district has three delegates who serve in the House of Delegates. Our current delegates are Maggie McIntosh, Curt Anderson, and Mary Washington.
Who is Regina running against?
Because Delegate Washington has announced her intention to run for State Senate, one of the three delegate seats is open. Regina is currently the only person campaigning to win it.
When is the election?
The Democratic Primary happens on June 26, 2018, and before that there is a week of early voting from Thursday, June 14, 2018 through Thursday, June 21, 2018, every day from 10 am until 8 pm at early voting locations throughout the city.
How do I vote for Regina?
You have to live in the district and registered to vote! You can confirm your voter registration here, and if you are not registered, you can register online with the State of Maryland right here. Remember, in order to vote for Regina in the election we need you to -- the Democratic Primary election -- you have to be a registered Democrat, which you can become when register to vote.
You can vote in three ways -- absentee, early, or on Election Day.
- Any registered Maryland voter may apply for an absentee ballot and vote by mail -- you don't have to be traveling out of state or have a particular reason to vote absentee. Convenient! If you have a Maryland’s driver’s license or MVA-issued ID card, you can request an absentee ballot right here.
- Early voting is another convenient way to vote. You can vote every day from 10 am until 8 pm between June 14 and June 21, 2018. See our map of the district with early voting options here.
- Of course you can vote on election day at the polling place within your specific voting precinct. You can look up your Election Day polling place here.