REMINDER: Board Of Elections Appointments Due

Monday, January 28, 2019 at 12 p.m. (Noon)
is the
Deadline to Submit Applications
for APPOINTMENT to the
BALTIMORE CITY BOARD OF ELECTIONS

 

On February 1, 2019, the Baltimore City Republican Central Committee (BCRCC) will submit recommendations to Governor Hogan respecting appointments to the Baltimore City Board of Elections. 

 

Since Governor Hogan’s inauguration in 2015, the Board of Elections has consisted of three Republicans and two Democrats. 

 

Any current resident of Baltimore who has been a registered Republican in the city for the past five years is eligible for appointment.  

 

Members begin their four-year terms on Monday, June 3, 2019. 

                                                                                              

Those interested in being considered for appointment to the Board of Elections are invited to apply in the manner described below no later than 12 p.m., Tuesday, January 15:

 

  • Applicants will prepare a résumé and a cover letter explaining their interest, qualifications, and understanding of the position, and send these materials to BCRCC 1st Vice Chair Tom Kennedy (tjkkenn[AT]aol.com)

 

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  • Submit an online application to the Governor’s Appointments Office.

The website is: https://govapps.md.gov/Appointments/apply/        

 

The Ad Hoc Subcommittee on the Board of Elections will review all applications and forward to the BCRCC the names of those it deems to be most highly qualified.  These individuals will be invited later this month to discuss their qualifications, interest, etc., with the committee as a whole before the BCRCC submits its recommendations to Annapolis.

For more information regarding the duties of Election Board members, please refer to the Maryland Election Law, Title 2, Subtitle 2 on "Local Boards" §§ 201 – 207.  See, for example, https://codes.findlaw.com/md/election-law/md-code-elec-law-sect-2-201.html.

 

Shannon Wright

Chairman

Baltimore City Republican Central Committee

 

MDGOP Candidate