Howard County Board of Education Candidates

District 1:

Christina Delmont-Small (Website | Facebook)

Matthew D. Molyett (Website | Facebook | Twitter)

District 2: WATCH THE DISTRICT 2 CANDIDATE DEBATE HERE

Larry Pretlow (Website | Facebook | Twitter | Podcast Interview)

James Cecil (WebsiteFacebook | Podcast Interview)

Antonia Barkley Watts (Website | FacebookTwitter | Podcast Interview)

District 3: WATCH THE DISTRICT 3 CANDIDATE DEBATE HERE

Tom Heffner (Website | Facebook | Podcast Interview)

Jolene Mosley (WebsiteFacebook | Twitter | Podcast Interview)

Gian P Alfeo – Withdraws from race

District 4: WATCH THE DISTRICT 4 CANDIDATE DEBATE HERE

Kirsten Coombs (Website | Facebook | Twitter | Podcast Interview)

Matt Levine (Website | Facebook | Twitter | Podcast Interview)

Sezin Palmer (Website | Facebook | Twitter | Podcast Interview)

Jen Mallo (Website | Facebook | Twitter | Podcast Interview)

Mike Sheer – Suspends Campaign

Daniel Margolis – Has done nothing during this entire election cycle

Julie Hotopp (Write-In candidate during the General Election Only)

District 5: WATCH THE DISTRICT 5 CANDIDATE DEBATE HERE

Saif Rehman (Website | Facebook | Twitter | Podcast Interview)

Cindy Vaillancourt (Facebook | Podcast Interview)

Yun Lu (Website | Facebook | Podcast Interview)

Gene Ryan (WebsiteFacebook | Podcast Interview)

2020 Maryland Election Details: (more)

Important Note: By emergency proclamation of the Governor, the 2020 Presidential Primary Election has been postponed to June 2, 2020. The State Board of Elections submitted a comprehensive plan to the Governor on April 3, 2020, for the administration of this election. On April 10, 2020, the Governor issued a proclamation ratifying the plan adopted by the State Board of Elections. This page has been updated to reflect the Governor’s Proclamation. We will update the information on this page promptly if further details of the election change.

Election Dates

Primary Election – June 2, 2020 7 am until 8 pm

This election will be primarily a “vote by mail” election. This means that we will automatically mail a ballot to all eligible voters. You should receive your ballot in early to mid May. You do not need to ask for a ballot to receive one.

We will mail your ballot to the address we have on file. If you want your ballot mailed to another address or download it from our website, please visit our Absentee Voting page. All mailed ballots included a return envelope and prepaid postage.

  • To reduce the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus, we recommend that voters who can vote by mail do so. Voted ballots must be postmarked on or before Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
  • Voters who prefer to drop off their ballots can do so at designated ballot drop off locations from – Thursday, May 21, 2020 through Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
  • If you are unable to vote by mail, you may vote in-person on election day, June 2, 2020, at a vote center in the jurisdiction where you live.

See our voter guide (PDF) for additional information.

General Election – November 3, 2020, 7 am until 8 pm

  • Early Voting for the General Election – Thursday, October 22, 2020 through Thursday, October 29, 2020 from 8 am until 8 pm.

Candidate List

2020 Presidential Primary Election Candidate Listing – Updated Daily at 3 p.m.

VOTER LOOKUP

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Podcast Interviews with candidates from Howard County (Judge of the Circuit Court and Board of Education)

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