November 4, 2022

Election Day is just a few days away…
if you are eligible to vote, then please do so!

EVERY election is your opportunity to make your voice heard as to who you want serving you at the national, state, and local levels, covering offices of political, judicial, and educational interests. For those of you living in Maryland, on Tuesday you can vote for Governor and Lt. Governor, County Executive, County Council, County Sheriff, and on the Board of Education, as well as in the U.S. and state senate, Congress, and the House of Delegates. This is a BIG election!

Voting is a critical tool that you have, to exercise your choice, your voice, to stand up for the issues you care about…ones that have consequences for our entire communities.

Student success is not only about your academic achievement
but also about your ability to equitably participate
in our society, economy, and democracy.

“Someone struggled for your right to vote. Use it.”
- Susan B. Anthony, famous activist for women’s right to vote


Dr. Annesa Payne Cheek
President of Frederick Community College

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