Voting Information for the College Park City Election on November 7, 2021
Election day is November 7. Polls are open from 9:00AM to 6:00PM.
Due to the COVID pandemic, residents are encouraged to vote by mail. In September 2021, registered voters in the City of College Park will be mailed an application for an absentee ballot. Residents who request a ballot using the application will receive an absentee ballot in the mail, which can be returned either by a postage-paid envelope included with the ballot, or in one of the city's secure ballot drop boxes, which will be established during the absentee ballot submission period.
For in person voting, in order to permit adequate space and social distancing, there will be one voting location -- the largest space available in the city: the College Park Community Center, located at 5051 Pierce Ave. College Park, MD. 20740.
Each voter in the city elections may vote for two candidates for City Council, and one candidate for Mayor.
Representing ALL Residents of District 3
Throughout the past four years as your council member, I've been energetically engaging and advocating for all residents of District 3, In addition to joining countless community events, civic association meetings, and resident board/committee meetings, I have also enjoyed attending greek events and building relationships with student leaders throughout the district.
If re-elected, I am committed to continuing this engagement, and look forward to many future conversations with all residents of District 3.
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