Ballot question leaves some voters divided
Question D, if passed, would add 2 at-large seats to county council
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, citizens across the nation will exercise their constitutional rights by running to the polls to cast their vote for a new president and vice president of the United States, as well as select who they want to represent in their local county and state legislative bodies.
Early voting began last month in Maryland and political officials have wasted no time persuading residents why they deserve to be elected or re-elected. But one particular issue has voters on the fence, especially when it comes to the Prince George’s County government.
According to a post on the Progressive Maryland website, the Prince George’s County Council voted in July to place Question D on the General Election ballot. Question D would amend the county’s charter to create