Bal­lot ques­tion leaves some vot­ers di­vided

Ques­tion D, if passed, would add 2 at-large seats to county council

The Enquire-Gazette - - Front Page - By JOHNATHON CLINKSCALES jclinkscales@somd­news.com

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

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