Join us Thursday, December 21st for Progressive Maryland’s Annual Member Meeting. You’ll hear from Progressive Maryland staff and members about our vision for the coming year, share what’s at stake for us, what we’re doing about it, and what YOU CAN DO to build power and fight structural oppression here in Maryland!
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In the last primary, less than 22% of eligible Marylanders turned out to vote with an even lower rate among progressives. We can build a political movement that stands for social, economic, and racial justice but we must first begin to participate in our democracy.
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Garrett Mannchen signed Fully Fund Montgomery County's Fair Elections Program 2017-05-10 17:12:38 -0400203 signatures
Montgomery County was the first county in the state to establish a program to get big money out of local elections and empower small donors. Now, candidates are starting to use the program so we need to ensure it is properly funded for the upcoming elections.
An Independent Commission made funding recommendations for the program to County Executive Leggett who has provided an additional $4 million in his FY18 budget. Now we are just $1 million short of realizing the full potential of the fair elections program.
The small donor program will elevate the voice of everyday citizens and reduce the influence of corporate donors by providing limited matching funds for small donors if the candidates don’t take large and corporate contributions.
Montgomery County took a big step by passing a small donor incentive program that encourages candidates to spend time fundraising from small donors within their constituency rather than dialing for big dollars.
We're almost there in the fight against big money! Sign below to tell the Montgomery County Council to fully fund Montgomery County's fair elections program.