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Official Ballot

Gubernatorial General Election BS 1 - Page 1


November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 46

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Jeremy Baron
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Nicholas Wentworth
Republican
or write-in:
Luke Clippinger
Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Robbyn Lewis


the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell Brooke Elizabeth Lierman
make any marks outside of Republican Democratic
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin or write-in:
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon or write-in:
a new ballot. Unaffiliated

Optional write-in or write-in:


f Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 8
oo
Representative in Congress Vote for up to 5
District 3 Charles H. Dorsey
Vote for 1 Lynn Stewart Mays
Charles Anthony Dana Michele Middleton
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or John Nugent
write-in" and print the name John Sarbanes Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
or write-in:
David Lashar
Libertarian
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican State Senator or write-in:
Ben Jealous District 46
and Vote for 1 or write-in:
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Christine Digman
Republican
Shawn Quinn
and
Christina Smith Bill Ferguson Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Libertarian Appeals At Large
Ian Schlakman or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Annie Chambers
Green For Continuance in Office
or write-in: Yes
No

Comptroller Judge, Court of Special


Vote for 1 Appeals At Large
Anjali Reed Phukan Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Vote Yes or No
Peter Franchot For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Yes
or write-in: No

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Marilyn J. Mosby Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
include in the annual State Budget, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Marilyn Bentley and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Belinda K. Conaway dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Democratic 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
or write-in: show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Judge of the Orphans' Court funding for public education provided by the
Vote for up to 3 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Democratic

Lewyn Scott Garrett


f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Michele E. Loewenthal
Democratic Constitution)

or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in:

Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Sheriff Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Vote for 1 legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
John W. Anderson
Democratic (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 1 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
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Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 2 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 46

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Jeremy Baron
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Nicholas Wentworth
Republican
or write-in:
Luke Clippinger
Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Robbyn Lewis


the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell Brooke Elizabeth Lierman
make any marks outside of Republican Democratic
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin or write-in:
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon or write-in:
a new ballot. Unaffiliated

Optional write-in or write-in:


f Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 8
oo
Representative in Congress Vote for up to 5
District 7 Charles H. Dorsey
Vote for 1 Lynn Stewart Mays
Richmond Davis Dana Michele Middleton
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or John Nugent
write-in" and print the name Elijah Cummings Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
or write-in:
David R. Griggs
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican State Senator or write-in:
Ben Jealous District 46
and Vote for 1 or write-in:
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Christine Digman
Republican
Shawn Quinn
and
Christina Smith Bill Ferguson Judge, Court of Special
Democratic
Libertarian Appeals At Large
Ian Schlakman or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
and
Vote Yes or No
Annie Chambers
Green For Continuance in Office
or write-in: Yes
No

Comptroller Judge, Court of Special


Vote for 1 Appeals At Large
Anjali Reed Phukan Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Vote Yes or No
Peter Franchot For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Yes
or write-in: No

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Marilyn J. Mosby Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
include in the annual State Budget, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Marilyn Bentley and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Belinda K. Conaway dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Democratic 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
or write-in: show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Judge of the Orphans' Court funding for public education provided by the
Vote for up to 3 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Democratic

Lewyn Scott Garrett


f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Michele E. Loewenthal
Democratic Constitution)

or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in:

Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Sheriff Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Vote for 1 legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
John W. Anderson
Democratic (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 2 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 3 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 40

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Frank M. Conaway, Jr.
Democratic
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Nick Mosby
Democratic
or write-in:
Melissa Wells
Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Joshua Harris


the name of your choice. Green
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell or write-in:
make any marks outside of Republican
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin or write-in:
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon
a new ballot. Unaffiliated
Judge of the Circuit Court
Optional write-in or write-in: Circuit 8
f Vote for up to 5
Charles H. Dorsey
oo
Representative in Congress Lynn Stewart Mays
District 7 Dana Michele Middleton
Vote for 1 John Nugent
Richmond Davis Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or or write-in:
write-in" and print the name Elijah Cummings
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
or write-in:
David R. Griggs
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican State Senator or write-in:
Ben Jealous District 40
and Vote for 1
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Antonio Hayes
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
Shawn Quinn Appeals At Large
and
or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
Christina Smith
Libertarian Vote Yes or No
Ian Schlakman For Continuance in Office
and
Annie Chambers Yes
Green No
or write-in:

Judge, Court of Special


Appeals At Large
Comptroller Matthew J. Fader
Vote for 1 Vote Yes or No
Anjali Reed Phukan For Continuance in Office
Republican
Yes
Peter Franchot No
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Marilyn J. Mosby Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
include in the annual State Budget, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Marilyn Bentley and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Belinda K. Conaway dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Democratic 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
or write-in: show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Judge of the Orphans' Court funding for public education provided by the
Vote for up to 3 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Democratic

Lewyn Scott Garrett


f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Michele E. Loewenthal
Democratic Constitution)

or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in:

Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Sheriff Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Vote for 1 legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
John W. Anderson
Democratic (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 3 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 4 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 45

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Ronald M. Owens-Bey
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Jewel Rucker
Republican
or write-in:
Andy Zipay
Republican

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Talmadge Branch


the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell Cheryl D. Glenn
make any marks outside of Republican Democratic
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin Stephanie Smith
Democratic Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra Steven "Andy" Ellis


or your vote may not count. Libertarian Green
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon Glenn L. Ross
a new ballot. Unaffiliated Green

Optional write-in or write-in: or write-in:


f or write-in:
oo
Representative in Congress
District 7 or write-in:
Vote for 1
Richmond Davis
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or Judge of the Circuit Court
write-in" and print the name Elijah Cummings Circuit 8
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic Vote for up to 5
David R. Griggs Charles H. Dorsey
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor Lynn Stewart Mays


Vote for 1 or write-in: Dana Michele Middleton
Larry Hogan John Nugent
and
Boyd K. Rutherford Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
Republican State Senator or write-in:
Ben Jealous District 45
and Vote for 1 or write-in:
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Cory V. McCray
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in:
Ian Schlakman
and
or write-in:
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Judge, Court of Special


Appeals At Large
Comptroller Donald E. Beachley
Vote for 1 Vote Yes or No
Anjali Reed Phukan For Continuance in Office
Republican
Yes
Peter Franchot No
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Question 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Constitutional Amendment
Matthew J. Fader (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Vote Yes or No Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
For Continuance in Office Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
Yes
The amendment requires the Governor to
No include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
State's Attorney revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Marilyn J. Mosby to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Clerk of the Circuit Court 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Marilyn Bentley 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Democratic amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
or write-in: from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Register of Wills
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for 1 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Belinda K. Conaway
Democratic
f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
or write-in: (Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

Judge of the Orphans' Court For the Constitutional Amendment


Vote for up to 3 Against the Constitutional Amendment
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein
Democratic
Question 2
Lewyn Scott Garrett Constitutional Amendment
Democratic (Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Michele E. Loewenthal Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Democratic
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
or write-in: legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
or write-in: registration to close before Election Day.

(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and


or write-in: adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican

John W. Anderson
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 4 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 5 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 45

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Ronald M. Owens-Bey
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Jewel Rucker
Republican
or write-in:
Andy Zipay
Republican

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Talmadge Branch


the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell Cheryl D. Glenn
make any marks outside of Republican Democratic
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin Stephanie Smith
Democratic Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra Steven "Andy" Ellis


or your vote may not count. Libertarian Green
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon Glenn L. Ross
a new ballot. Unaffiliated Green

Optional write-in or write-in: or write-in:


f or write-in:
oo
Representative in Congress
District 3 or write-in:
Vote for 1
Charles Anthony
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or Judge of the Circuit Court
write-in" and print the name John Sarbanes Circuit 8
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic Vote for up to 5
David Lashar Charles H. Dorsey
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor Lynn Stewart Mays


Vote for 1 or write-in: Dana Michele Middleton
Larry Hogan John Nugent
and
Boyd K. Rutherford Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
Republican State Senator or write-in:
Ben Jealous District 45
and Vote for 1 or write-in:
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Cory V. McCray
Democratic
Shawn Quinn or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian or write-in:
Ian Schlakman
and
or write-in:
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Judge, Court of Special


Appeals At Large
Comptroller Donald E. Beachley
Vote for 1 Vote Yes or No
Anjali Reed Phukan For Continuance in Office
Republican
Yes
Peter Franchot No
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Question 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Constitutional Amendment
Matthew J. Fader (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Vote Yes or No Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
For Continuance in Office Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
Yes
The amendment requires the Governor to
No include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
State's Attorney revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Marilyn J. Mosby to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Clerk of the Circuit Court 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Marilyn Bentley 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Democratic amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
or write-in: from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Register of Wills
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for 1 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Belinda K. Conaway
Democratic
f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
or write-in: (Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

Judge of the Orphans' Court For the Constitutional Amendment


Vote for up to 3 Against the Constitutional Amendment
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein
Democratic
Question 2
Lewyn Scott Garrett Constitutional Amendment
Democratic (Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Michele E. Loewenthal Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Democratic
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
or write-in: legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
or write-in: registration to close before Election Day.

(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and


or write-in: adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican

John W. Anderson
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 5 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 6 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 43

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Curt Anderson
Democratic
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Regina T. Boyce
Democratic
or write-in:
Maggie McIntosh
Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Bonnie "Raven" Lane
the name of your choice. Green
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell or write-in:
make any marks outside of Republican
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin or write-in:
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon
a new ballot. Unaffiliated
Judge of the Circuit Court
Optional write-in or write-in: Circuit 8
f Vote for up to 5
Charles H. Dorsey
oo
Representative in Congress Lynn Stewart Mays
District 3 Dana Michele Middleton
Vote for 1 John Nugent
Charles Anthony Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or or write-in:
write-in" and print the name John Sarbanes
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
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David Lashar
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Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican State Senator or write-in:
Ben Jealous District 43
and Vote for 1
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Mary Washington
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
Shawn Quinn Appeals At Large
and
or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
Christina Smith
Libertarian Vote Yes or No
Ian Schlakman For Continuance in Office
and
Annie Chambers Yes
Green No
or write-in:

Judge, Court of Special


Appeals At Large
Comptroller Matthew J. Fader
Vote for 1 Vote Yes or No
Anjali Reed Phukan For Continuance in Office
Republican
Yes
Peter Franchot No
Democratic

or write-in:

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State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Marilyn J. Mosby Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
include in the annual State Budget, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Marilyn Bentley and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Belinda K. Conaway dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Democratic 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
or write-in: show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Judge of the Orphans' Court funding for public education provided by the
Vote for up to 3 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Democratic

Lewyn Scott Garrett


f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Michele E. Loewenthal
Democratic Constitution)

or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in:

Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Sheriff Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Vote for 1 legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
John W. Anderson
Democratic (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 6 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 7 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 43

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Curt Anderson
Democratic
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Regina T. Boyce
Democratic
or write-in:
Maggie McIntosh
Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Bonnie "Raven" Lane
the name of your choice. Green
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell or write-in:
make any marks outside of Republican
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin or write-in:
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon
a new ballot. Unaffiliated
Judge of the Circuit Court
Optional write-in or write-in: Circuit 8
f Vote for up to 5
Charles H. Dorsey
oo
Representative in Congress Lynn Stewart Mays
District 7 Dana Michele Middleton
Vote for 1 John Nugent
Richmond Davis Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or or write-in:
write-in" and print the name Elijah Cummings
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
or write-in:
David R. Griggs
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican State Senator or write-in:
Ben Jealous District 43
and Vote for 1
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Mary Washington
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
Shawn Quinn Appeals At Large
and
or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
Christina Smith
Libertarian Vote Yes or No
Ian Schlakman For Continuance in Office
and
Annie Chambers Yes
Green No
or write-in:

Judge, Court of Special


Appeals At Large
Comptroller Matthew J. Fader
Vote for 1 Vote Yes or No
Anjali Reed Phukan For Continuance in Office
Republican
Yes
Peter Franchot No
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Marilyn J. Mosby Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
include in the annual State Budget, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Marilyn Bentley and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Belinda K. Conaway dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Democratic 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
or write-in: show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Judge of the Orphans' Court funding for public education provided by the
Vote for up to 3 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Democratic

Lewyn Scott Garrett


f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Michele E. Loewenthal
Democratic Constitution)

or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in:

Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Sheriff Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Vote for 1 legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
John W. Anderson
Democratic (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 7 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 8 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General Judge of the Circuit Court


Instructions
Vote for 1 Circuit 8

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 5


Republican
Charles H. Dorsey
Brian E. Frosh Lynn Stewart Mays
Democratic
Dana Michele Middleton
or write-in: John Nugent
Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
or write-in:
Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator
the name of your choice.
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1 or write-in:
completely, and do not Tony Campbell
make any marks outside of Republican
the oval. You do not have or write-in:
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin
Democratic
or write-in:
Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra
or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a or write-in:
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon
a new ballot. Unaffiliated

Optional write-in or write-in:


Judge, Court of Special
f Appeals At Large
Donald E. Beachley
oo
Representative in Congress Vote Yes or No
District 7 For Continuance in Office
Vote for 1 Yes
Richmond Davis No
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or
write-in" and print the name Elijah Cummings
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
Appeals At Large
David R. Griggs Matthew J. Fader
Libertarian
Vote Yes or No
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor


Vote for 1 or write-in: For Continuance in Office
Larry Hogan Yes
and
Boyd K. Rutherford No
Republican State Senator
Ben Jealous District 44 State's Attorney
and Vote for 1 Vote for 1
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Victor Clark, Jr. Marilyn J. Mosby
Republican Democratic
Shawn Quinn
and
Christina Smith Shirley Nathan-Pulliam or write-in:
Democratic
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman or write-in:


and
Annie Chambers Clerk of the Circuit Court
Green Vote for 1
or write-in: House of Delegates Marilyn Bentley
District 44A Democratic

Vote for 1 or write-in:


Comptroller Keith E. Haynes
Vote for 1 Democratic

Anjali Reed Phukan or write-in: Register of Wills


Republican Vote for 1
Peter Franchot Belinda K. Conaway
Democratic Democratic

or write-in: or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Judge of the Orphans' Court Question 2
Vote for up to 3 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein
Democratic Same-Day Registration and Voting at the
Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Lewyn Scott Garrett Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Democratic
legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Michele E. Loewenthal
Democratic Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
or write-in:
(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in: Against the Constitutional Amendment

Sheriff
Vote for 1
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican

John W. Anderson
Democratic

or write-in:

Question 1
Constitutional Amendment
f
oo
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
and any other commercial gaming dedicated
to public education in an amount above the
Pr

level of State funding for education in public


schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
dedicated to public education in fiscal year
2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.

(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and


(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 8 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
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Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 9 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 41

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Dalya Attar
Democratic
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic

or write-in: Tony Bridges


Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Samuel I. "Sandy"


the name of your choice. Rosenberg
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
Democratic
completely, and do not Tony Campbell
make any marks outside of Republican
the oval. You do not have Drew A. Pate
to vote in every race. Green
Ben Cardin
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon
a new ballot. Unaffiliated
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:
f or write-in:
oo
Representative in Congress
District 3
Vote for 1
Charles Anthony Judge of the Circuit Court
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or Circuit 8
write-in" and print the name John Sarbanes Vote for up to 5
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
Charles H. Dorsey
David Lashar Lynn Stewart Mays
Libertarian
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Governor / Lt. Governor Dana Michele Middleton


Vote for 1 or write-in: John Nugent
Larry Hogan Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
and
or write-in:
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican State Senator
Ben Jealous District 41 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Jill P. Carter or write-in:
Democratic
Shawn Quinn
and
or write-in: or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman or write-in:


and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:
Judge, Court of Special
Appeals At Large
Donald E. Beachley
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 For Continuance in Office
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
No
Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Question 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Constitutional Amendment
Matthew J. Fader (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Vote Yes or No Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
For Continuance in Office Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
Yes
The amendment requires the Governor to
No include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
State's Attorney revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Marilyn J. Mosby to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Clerk of the Circuit Court 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Marilyn Bentley 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Democratic amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
or write-in: from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Register of Wills
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for 1 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Belinda K. Conaway
Democratic
f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
or write-in: (Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

Judge of the Orphans' Court For the Constitutional Amendment


Vote for up to 3 Against the Constitutional Amendment
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein
Democratic
Question 2
Lewyn Scott Garrett Constitutional Amendment
Democratic (Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Michele E. Loewenthal Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Democratic
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
or write-in: legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
or write-in: registration to close before Election Day.

(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and


or write-in: adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican

John W. Anderson
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 9 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 10 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 40

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Frank M. Conaway, Jr.
Democratic
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Nick Mosby
Democratic
or write-in:
Melissa Wells
Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Joshua Harris


the name of your choice. Green
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell or write-in:
make any marks outside of Republican
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin or write-in:
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon
a new ballot. Unaffiliated
Judge of the Circuit Court
Optional write-in or write-in: Circuit 8
f Vote for up to 5
Charles H. Dorsey
oo
Representative in Congress Lynn Stewart Mays
District 3 Dana Michele Middleton
Vote for 1 John Nugent
Charles Anthony Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or or write-in:
write-in" and print the name John Sarbanes
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
or write-in:
David Lashar
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 or write-in:
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican State Senator or write-in:
Ben Jealous District 40
and Vote for 1
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Antonio Hayes
Democratic
Judge, Court of Special
Shawn Quinn Appeals At Large
and
or write-in: Donald E. Beachley
Christina Smith
Libertarian Vote Yes or No
Ian Schlakman For Continuance in Office
and
Annie Chambers Yes
Green No
or write-in:

Judge, Court of Special


Appeals At Large
Comptroller Matthew J. Fader
Vote for 1 Vote Yes or No
Anjali Reed Phukan For Continuance in Office
Republican
Yes
Peter Franchot No
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Marilyn J. Mosby Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
include in the annual State Budget, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Marilyn Bentley and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Belinda K. Conaway dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Democratic 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
or write-in: show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Judge of the Orphans' Court funding for public education provided by the
Vote for up to 3 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Democratic

Lewyn Scott Garrett


f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Michele E. Loewenthal
Democratic Constitution)

or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in:

Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Sheriff Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Vote for 1 legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
John W. Anderson
Democratic (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 10 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 11 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 41

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Dalya Attar
Democratic
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic

or write-in: Tony Bridges


Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Samuel I. "Sandy"


the name of your choice. Rosenberg
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
Democratic
completely, and do not Tony Campbell
make any marks outside of Republican
the oval. You do not have Drew A. Pate
to vote in every race. Green
Ben Cardin
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon
a new ballot. Unaffiliated
or write-in:
Optional write-in or write-in:
f or write-in:
oo
Representative in Congress
District 7
Vote for 1
Richmond Davis Judge of the Circuit Court
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or Circuit 8
write-in" and print the name Elijah Cummings Vote for up to 5
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
Charles H. Dorsey
David R. Griggs Lynn Stewart Mays
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor Dana Michele Middleton


Vote for 1 or write-in: John Nugent
Larry Hogan Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
and
or write-in:
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican State Senator
Ben Jealous District 41 or write-in:
and Vote for 1
Susan Turnbull
Democratic Jill P. Carter or write-in:
Democratic
Shawn Quinn
and
or write-in: or write-in:
Christina Smith
Libertarian

Ian Schlakman or write-in:


and
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:
Judge, Court of Special
Appeals At Large
Donald E. Beachley
Comptroller Vote Yes or No
Vote for 1 For Continuance in Office
Anjali Reed Phukan Yes
Republican
No
Peter Franchot
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Question 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Constitutional Amendment
Matthew J. Fader (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Vote Yes or No Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
For Continuance in Office Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
Yes
The amendment requires the Governor to
No include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
State's Attorney revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Marilyn J. Mosby to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Clerk of the Circuit Court 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Marilyn Bentley 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Democratic amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
or write-in: from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Register of Wills
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for 1 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Belinda K. Conaway
Democratic
f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
or write-in: (Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

Judge of the Orphans' Court For the Constitutional Amendment


Vote for up to 3 Against the Constitutional Amendment
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein
Democratic
Question 2
Lewyn Scott Garrett Constitutional Amendment
Democratic (Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Michele E. Loewenthal Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Democratic
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
or write-in: legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
or write-in: registration to close before Election Day.

(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and


or write-in: adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican

John W. Anderson
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 11 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 12 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 46

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Jeremy Baron
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Nicholas Wentworth
Republican
or write-in:
Luke Clippinger
Democratic

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Robbyn Lewis


the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell Brooke Elizabeth Lierman
make any marks outside of Republican Democratic
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin or write-in:
Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra or write-in:


or your vote may not count. Libertarian
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon or write-in:
a new ballot. Unaffiliated

Optional write-in or write-in:


f Judge of the Circuit Court
Circuit 8
oo
Representative in Congress Vote for up to 5
District 2 Charles H. Dorsey
Vote for 1 Lynn Stewart Mays
Liz Matory Dana Michele Middleton
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or John Nugent
write-in" and print the name C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic
or write-in:
Michael Carney
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor or write-in:


Vote for 1 Guy Mimoun
Green
Larry Hogan or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican or write-in:
Ben Jealous
and
State Senator or write-in:
Susan Turnbull
Democratic District 46
Shawn Quinn Vote for 1
and
Christina Smith Christine Digman Judge, Court of Special
Republican
Libertarian Appeals At Large
Ian Schlakman Bill Ferguson Donald E. Beachley
and Democratic
Vote Yes or No
Annie Chambers
Green or write-in: For Continuance in Office
or write-in: Yes
No

Comptroller Judge, Court of Special


Vote for 1 Appeals At Large
Anjali Reed Phukan Matthew J. Fader
Republican
Vote Yes or No
Peter Franchot For Continuance in Office
Democratic
Yes
or write-in: No

Vote All Sides


State's Attorney Question 1
Vote for 1 Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Marilyn J. Mosby Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
Democratic
that are for Public Education to
or write-in:
Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
The amendment requires the Governor to
include in the annual State Budget, as
Clerk of the Circuit Court supplemental funding for prekindergarten
Vote for 1 through grade 12 in public schools, the
revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Marilyn Bentley and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Democratic to public education in an amount above the
level of State funding for education in public
or write-in: schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
Register of Wills fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
Vote for 1 2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
100% of commercial gaming revenues
Belinda K. Conaway dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Democratic 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
amendment also requires the Governor to
or write-in: show in the annual budget how the revenues
from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
Judge of the Orphans' Court funding for public education provided by the
Vote for up to 3 funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Democratic

Lewyn Scott Garrett


f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
Democratic
(Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Michele E. Loewenthal
Democratic Constitution)

or write-in: For the Constitutional Amendment


Against the Constitutional Amendment
or write-in:

Question 2
or write-in: Constitutional Amendment
(Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Sheriff Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
Vote for 1 legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican Election Day. The current law requires voter
registration to close before Election Day.
John W. Anderson
Democratic (Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and
adding Section 2A to the Maryland
or write-in: Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Against the Constitutional Amendment

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 12 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
oo
unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
Pr

purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

Vote All Sides


Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
oo
Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
Pr

Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

End of Ballot
Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 13 - Page 1
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Attorney General House of Delegates


Instructions
Vote for 1 District 45

Making Selections Craig Wolf Vote for up to 3


Republican
Ronald M. Owens-Bey
Republican
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic
Jewel Rucker
Republican
or write-in:
Andy Zipay
Republican

Fill in the oval to the left of U.S. Senator Talmadge Branch


the name of your choice. Democratic
You must blacken the oval Vote for 1
completely, and do not Tony Campbell Cheryl D. Glenn
make any marks outside of Republican Democratic
the oval. You do not have
to vote in every race.
Ben Cardin Stephanie Smith
Democratic Democratic

Do not cross out or erase, Arvin Vohra Steven "Andy" Ellis


or your vote may not count. Libertarian Green
If you make a mistake or a
stray mark, you may ask for Neal Simon Glenn L. Ross
a new ballot. Unaffiliated Green

Optional write-in or write-in: or write-in:


f or write-in:
oo
Representative in Congress
District 2 or write-in:
Vote for 1
Liz Matory
To add a candidate, fill in Republican
the oval to the left of "or Judge of the Circuit Court
write-in" and print the name C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger Circuit 8
clearly on the dotted line. Democratic Vote for up to 5
Michael Carney Charles H. Dorsey
Libertarian
Pr

Governor / Lt. Governor Lynn Stewart Mays


Vote for 1 Guy Mimoun Dana Michele Middleton
Green
Larry Hogan John Nugent
and
Boyd K. Rutherford
or write-in: Jennifer Bridget Schiffer
Republican or write-in:
Ben Jealous
and
State Senator or write-in:
Susan Turnbull
Democratic District 45
Shawn Quinn Vote for 1 or write-in:
and
Christina Smith Cory V. McCray
Democratic
Libertarian or write-in:
Ian Schlakman or write-in:
and
or write-in:
Annie Chambers
Green

or write-in:

Judge, Court of Special


Appeals At Large
Comptroller Donald E. Beachley
Vote for 1 Vote Yes or No
Anjali Reed Phukan For Continuance in Office
Republican
Yes
Peter Franchot No
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Question 1
Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Constitutional Amendment
Matthew J. Fader (Ch. 357 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Vote Yes or No Requiring Commercial Gaming Revenues
that are for Public Education to
For Continuance in Office Supplement Spending for Education in
Public Schools
Yes
The amendment requires the Governor to
No include in the annual State Budget, as
supplemental funding for prekindergarten
through grade 12 in public schools, the
State's Attorney revenues from video lottery operation licenses
Vote for 1 and any other commercial gaming dedicated
Marilyn J. Mosby to public education in an amount above the
Democratic level of State funding for education in public
schools provided by the Bridge to Excellence
or write-in: in Public Schools Act of 2002 (otherwise
known as the Thornton legislation) in not less
than the following amounts: $125 million in
fiscal year 2020; $250 million in fiscal year
2021; $375 million in fiscal year 2022; and
Clerk of the Circuit Court 100% of commercial gaming revenues
Vote for 1 dedicated to public education in fiscal year
Marilyn Bentley 2023 and each fiscal year thereafter. The
Democratic amendment also requires the Governor to
show in the annual budget how the revenues
or write-in: from video lottery operation licenses and
other commercial gaming are being used in a
manner that is in addition to the level of State
funding for public education provided by the
funding formulas established by the Bridge to
Register of Wills
Excellence in Public Schools Act. The State
Vote for 1 Constitution currently authorizes video lottery
Belinda K. Conaway
Democratic
f
operation licenses for the primary purpose of
raising money for public education.
oo
or write-in: (Amending Article XIX, Section 1(c)(1) and
(g), and adding Section 1(f) to the Maryland
Constitution)

Judge of the Orphans' Court For the Constitutional Amendment


Vote for up to 3 Against the Constitutional Amendment
Charles "Chuck" Bernstein
Democratic
Question 2
Lewyn Scott Garrett Constitutional Amendment
Democratic (Ch. 855 of the 2018 Legislative Session)
Pr

Same-Day Registration and Voting at the


Michele E. Loewenthal Precinct Polling Place on Election Day
Democratic
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact
or write-in: legislation to allow a qualified individual to
register and vote at a precinct polling place on
Election Day. The current law requires voter
or write-in: registration to close before Election Day.

(Amending Article I, Sections 1 and 2, and


or write-in: adding Section 2A to the Maryland
Constitution)
For the Constitutional Amendment
Sheriff Against the Constitutional Amendment
Vote for 1
David Anthony Wiggins
Republican

John W. Anderson
Democratic

or write-in:

Vote All Sides


Official Ballot
Gubernatorial General Election BS 13 - Page 2
November 6, 2018
State of Maryland, Baltimore City

Question A Question C
Bond Issue Bond Issue
Affordable Housing Loan Community and Economic Development
Loan
Ordinance No. 18-152 to authorize the Mayor
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to Ordinance No. 18-146 to authorize the Mayor
$10,000,000 to be used for the planning, and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
developing, executing, and making operative $47,000,000 to be used for, or in connection
the Affordable Housing Program of the Mayor with, planning, developing, executing and
and City Council of Baltimore, including, but making operative the community, commercial,
not limited to, the acquisition, by purchase, and industrial economic development
lease, condemnation or any other legal programs of the Mayor and City Council of
means, of land or property in the City of Baltimore; the development or
Baltimore; the payment of any and all costs redevelopment, including, but not limited to,
and expenses incurred in connection with or the comprehensive renovation or
incidental to the acquisition and management rehabilitation of any land or property, or any
of the land or property; the payment of any rights or interests therein hereinbefore
and all costs and expenses incurred for or in mentioned, in the City of Baltimore, and the
connection with relocating and moving disposition of land and property for such
persons or other legal entities displaced by purposes; the elimination of unhealthful,
the acquisition of the land or property, and the unsanitary, or unsafe conditions, lessening
disposition of land and property for such density, eliminating obsolete or other uses
purposes, such costs to include but not detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise
limited to rental payment and home purchase removing or preventing the spread of blight
assistance, housing counseling and buyer or deterioration in the City of Baltimore; the
education, assistance, and activities to creation of healthy, sanitary, and safe, and
support the orderly and sustainable planning, green conditions in the City of Baltimore; and
preservation, rehabilitation, and development
of economically diverse housing in City
neighborhoods; the elimination of unhealthful,
f authorizing loans and grants therefore;
making loans and grants to various projects
and programs related to growing businesses
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unsanitary or unsafe conditions, lessening in the City; attracting and retaining jobs;
density, eliminating obsolete or other uses providing homeownership incentives and
detrimental to the public welfare or otherwise home repair assistance; authorizing loans
removing or preventing the spread of blight or and grants to various projects and programs
deterioration in the City of Baltimore; and for related to improving cultural life and
doing all things necessary, proper or promotion of tourism in Baltimore City and the
expedient in connection therewith. lending or granting of funds to any person or
other legal entity to be used for or in
connection with the rehabilitation, renovation,
For redevelopment, improvement or construction
Against of buildings and structures to be used or
occupied for residential or commercial
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purposes; and for doing any and all things


Question B necessary, proper or expedient in connection
Bond Issue therewith.
School Loan
For
Ordinance No. 18-145 to authorize the Mayor Against
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to
$38,000,000 to be used for the acquisition of
land or property to construct and erect new
school buildings, athletic and auxiliary
facilities; and for additions and improvements
to or modernization or reconstruction of
existing school buildings or facilities; and to
equip all buildings to be constructed, erected,
improved, modernized, or reconstructed; and
for doing any and all things necessary, proper
or expedient in connection therewith.
For
Against

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Question D Question G
Bond Issue Charter Amendment
Recreation and Parks and Public Facilities Department of Legislative Reference

Ordinance No. 18-147 to authorize the Mayor Resolution No. 18-11 is for the purpose of
and City Council of Baltimore to borrow up to authorizing the replacement of the Board of
$65,000,000 to be used for the acquisition Legislative Reference with an ad hoc board
and development of property buildings owned appointed by the Mayor, the President of the
and controlled by the Mayor and City Council City Council, and the Comptroller and
of Baltimore, the Enoch Pratt Library and providing for the newly restructured ad hoc
public park or recreation land, property, Board of Legislative Reference to make
buildings, structures or facilities; for the recommendations regarding the hiring of a
construction, erection, renovation, alteration, Director of Legislative Reference. The law
reconstruction, installation, improvement and would also remove the Civil Service status of
repair of buildings, structures, or facilities to the Director of Legislative Reference making
be or now being used by or in connection with the Director's status the same as other
the operations, function and activities of the department heads. The Director will be
Mayor and City Council of Baltimore, the removable for any reason. The Mayor and the
Enoch Pratt Free Library, public parks and President of the City Council are required to
recreational programs; for the acquisition and jointly appoint and remove the Director of
installation of trees, for tree planting programs Legislative Reference.
and for the equipping of any and all existing
and new buildings, structures, and facilities For the Charter Amendment
authorized to be constructed, renovated,
Against the Charter Amendment
altered or improved by this Ordinance; and for
doing any and all things necessary, proper or
expedient in connection therewith.
Question H
For Charter Amendment
Against Fair Election Fund

Resolution No. 18-09 is for the purpose of


authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
Question E
Charter Amendment
Inalienability of the Sewer and Water
fnonlapsing Fair Election Fund, to be used
exclusively to administer a public financing
option for political campaigns for Baltimore
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Systems City elected offices. The law would authorize
the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Resolution No. 18-13 is for the purpose of revenue to the Fair Election Fund by
declaring the inalienability of the City's sewer ordinance and provide for oversight,
system and water-supply system and for governance, and administration of the Fair
excepting the sewer and water-supply Election Fund by ordinance. The law would
systems, their operations and uses, from the also establish a Fair Election Fund
Charter provisions otherwise authorizing the Commission to administer the Fund.
grant of franchises or rights relating to the
operation or use of public property or places. For the Charter Amendment
For the Charter Amendment Against the Charter Amendment
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Against the Charter Amendment


Question I
Question F Charter Amendment
Charter Amendment Equity Assistance Fund
Office of the Inspector General Resolution No. 18-14 is for the purpose of
Resolution No. 18-08 is for the purpose of authorizing the establishment of a continuing,
creating an independent Office of the nonlapsing Equity Assistance Fund, to be
Inspector General headed by an Inspector used exclusively to assist efforts that reduce
General. The law would establish the process inequity based on race, gender, or economic
for appointing and terminating the Inspector status in Baltimore. The law would authorize
General and would establish the powers and the Mayor and City Council to appropriate
duties of the Office of the Inspector General. money in the annual Ordinance of Estimates
The law would provide for the funding of the to the Equity Assistance Fund and authorize
Office of the Inspector General, grant the the Mayor and City Council to dedicate
Inspector General the power to issue revenue to the Equity Assitance Fund by
subpoenas and require the Office of the ordinance.
Inspector General to issue an annual public
report. The law provides for certain
administrative procedures and establishes For the Charter Amendment
procedures to transition the existing Office of Against the Charter Amendment
the Inspector General in the Law Department
into the newly created independent Office of
the Inspector General.
For the Charter Amendment
Against the Charter Amendment

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