There are at least two slates for the 41st District Democratic State Central Committee for Maryland’s upcoming primary election. One represents the diverse aspect of the district, and the other is accused of ignoring such diversity. Since June, significant discourse has occurred via Twitter and other social media platforms. Maryland primary election day is July 19, and early voting was July 7-14.

The AFRO American Newspapers is proud to present a list of endorsements for the 2022 Midterm Election. Take a look at the candidates we believe will move Maryland and the District of Columbia forward if they are voted into office or elected to continue their service. Make sure you have this week’s edition of the AFRO in hand for easy reference when you make your way to the polls!

U.S. Senate
Chris Van Hollen

Maryland Congressional Districts

  1. Dutch Ruppersberger
  2. John Sarbanes
  3. Glenn Ivey
  1. Kweisi Mfume
  2. Jamie Raskin

Wes Moore

Attorney General
Anthony G. Brown

Brooke Elizabeth Lierman

Maryland General Assembly
Senate Districts

10. Benjamin Brooks

  1. Will Smith
  2. Jim Rosapepe, Benjamin S. Barnes
  3. Ronald Watson
  4. Joanne Benson
  5. Michael Jackson
  1. Antonio Hayes
  2. Jill Carter
  3. Mary Washington
  4. Charles Sydnor
  5. Cory McCray
  6. Bill Ferguson

Maryland General Assembly
House Districts

  1. Adrienne Jones, N. Scott Phillips, Jennifer White
  2. Alonzo D. Washington, Nicole Williams
  3. Nick Charles, Darryl Barnes, Karen Toles

39. Gabriel Acevero

  1. Marlon Amprey. Frank Conaway. Melissa Wells
  2. Dalya Attar. Tony Bridges. Samuel Rosenberg
  3. Michele Guyton
    43- A Regina Boyce, Elizabeth Embry
    45 -Stephanie Smith, Jackie Addison, Caylin Young

City State’s Attorney
Ivan Bates

DC Elections
Mayor Muriel Bowser

County Executives

John A. Olszewski, Jr., Baltimore County
Calvin Ball, Howard County
Angela Alsobrooks, Prince George’s County

Statewide Ballot Questions
Yes for Question E
Yes for Question G
Yes for Question H
Yes for Question I
Yes for Question J
No to Question K

Baltimore City Ballot Questions
Question 2 against- VOTE “NO”
Question 3 against- VOTE “NO”
Question 4 for – VOTE “YES”
Question 5 against- VOTE “NO”