Voting Recommendations for November 2020 Election

On November 3, 2020 upon us will be one of the most important elections of our lives. The direction of national policy for certainly the next four years, and possibly the next 20 years, will be decided by the November 3rd General Election. Those policies can be more favorable to the Muslim community or less favorable. The Muslim community in Prince George’s County and the rest of the country has an obligation to move American policy in a direction that is just and merciful to the best of our ability.

Toward this end, PGCMC, the county’s political/civic organization is offering the following vote recommendations to our Muslim community.

Voting Dates and Times

Remember that voter registration ends on October 13th but you can also register in person during early voting. Early voting will take place from October 26 to November 2, 7AM to 8 PM.

Early Voting Sites in Prince George’s County

Showplace Arena 14900 Pennsylvania Avenue Upper Marlboro MD 20772

The Pavilion at Univ. of MD Xfinity Ctr. 8500 Paint Branch Drive College Park MD 20740

Bowie Gymnasium 4100 Northview Drive Bowie MD 20716

Wayne K. Curry Sports and Learning Center 8001 Sheriff Road Landover MD 20785

Southern Regional Technology and Recreation Complex 7007 Bock Road Fort Washington MD 20744

Laurel High School 8000 Cherry Lane Laurel MD 20707

Southern Area Aquatic and Recreation Complex 13601 Missouri Avenue Brandywine MD 20613

Suitland Community Park School Center 5600 Regency Lane Forestville MD 20747

Accokeek VFD Training and Activity Center 16111 Livingston Road Accokeek MD 20607

DuVal High School 9880 Good Luck Road Lanham MD 20706

Kentland Community Center 2413 Pinebrook Avenue Landover MD 20785

VOTING RECOMMENDATIONS

President/Vice President
Joe Biden/Kamala Harris

Congress – District 4
Anthony Brown

Congress – District 5
Steny Hoyer

Board of Education – District 4
Shayla Adams-Stafford

Question 1 State Budget
For the Constitutional Amendment

Question 2 Commercial Gaming Expansion
Against the Referred Law

Question A Bond Issue
For the Referred Law

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