JUFJ was excited to host a series of community meetings this fall featuring local leaders who discussed our local ballot questions with us. We are grateful to everyone who attended and who brought great questions, and especially grateful to our guest speakers.
We are sharing the recordings, presentation slides, and transcripts of our meetings here, along with other resources to better understand the ballot questions and to take action to support Questions A and C, and oppose Questions B and D, and support Question 1.
You can take action on these important questions in a few ways:
- Share JUFJ’s Voter Guide with your friends and family (En español)
- Volunteer with us to work the polls, with masks on and from a safe distance, during early voting and on election day!
- You can also text and phonebank against Question B with our partners at Progressive Maryland on Tuesday evenings (6:00-7:30 PM) or Montgomery County DSA on Wednesday evenings (6:30 PM for training, 7:00 PM to make phone calls). Click here to RSVP for texting on Tuesdays and here for phone banking on Wednesdays.
JUFJ leader Bruce Turnbull explains the myths and realities of taxes in Montgomery County.
Click the buttons below for slides from our community meetings, answers to frequently asked questions, shareable graphics for social media, and our 2020 Voter Guide.
County Councilmember Tom Hucker and acting Chief Administrative Officer Rich Madaleno spoke about Questions A and B. Recordings and transcripts of their remarks are below.
County Councilmembers Will Jawando and Evan Glass spoke about Questions C and D. Recordings and transcripts of their remarks are below.
State Delegate Marc Korman spoke about Question 1. A recording and transcript of his remarks are below.
We want to remind everyone that the ballot questions mentioned during the event can be found at the bottom of the ballot. For more information on how to vote this year, click here.