McKay for Senate Announcement

Over the weekend, Delegate Mike McKay launched his campaign for the District 1 seat in the Maryland Senate. He made the official announcement on Sunday evening at the Allegany Fair in Cumberland.  “After thoughtful consideration and conversations with my family, I have decided to seek election as the next Senator from District 1,” said McKay. … Continue reading McKay for Senate Announcement

Redistricting Commission

Below is the press release from the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission. There are 9 members total three Republicans, three Independents, and three Democrats. Check out the statement below. The Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission, a bipartisan commission created by Governor Larry Hogan to draw fair and representative legislative and congressional district maps for the 2022 elections, … Continue reading Redistricting Commission

Washington County Board of Elections

Effective April 29, 2021, the Washington County Board of Elections offices will be located at 17718 Virginia Avenue, Hagerstown, MD 21740. To allow time for a smooth transition into the new location, the Board of Election offices will be closed April 26-28, 2021.  For additional questions or information, please contact the Washington County Department of Public … Continue reading Washington County Board of Elections

McKay in the News

Check out these articles! Delegate McKay is in the news. From education to the Office of Post Pandemic Opportunities to Election Day legislation. WCBC Radio: McKay Supports Option to Repeat 2020-21 Grad Cumberland Times-News: ACM to offer online marketing, sales course Cumberland Times-News: Legislation would not allow votes after Election Day Yahoo News: ACM to … Continue reading McKay in the News

Maryland Needs to Vote In Person

I am deeply concerned about recent proposals from Democratic leaders in the legislature and the local election boards that call for a hybrid election this November that would emphasize mail-in voting. If we learned anything from the June 2nd primary election, is it that affirmatively mailing ballots to every registered voter is a recipe for … Continue reading Maryland Needs to Vote In Person