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Posted 06 December 2017

Calvert County Filed Candidates
as of December 6th, 2017


The list from the State Board of Elections for local Calvert candidates can be found here, and the list of all statewide candidates can be found here. Find your voting district, polling places, and information on your current representatives by entering your information here.

As more candidates file (deadline is February 27th) we will try to keep you informed.


Election Dates - mark your calendar today!

Primary Election - June 26, 2018, 7 am until 8 pm (Vote for your Central Committee Members)

  • Early Voting for the Primary Election:
    Thursday, June 14, 2018 through Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 10 am until 8 pm.


General Election - November 6, 2018, 7 am until 8 pm

  • Early Voting for the General Election
    Thursday, October 25, 2018 through Thursday, November 1, 2018 from 10 am until 8 pm.


Here is the full list of candidates who have filed in your districts so far.

Run for Office, Training Available

Posted 28 November 2017


The National Democratic Training Committee is a free service for Every Democrat, Everywhere.   

The NDTC offers free, online trainings that guide you through creating a personalized, targeted, and professional campaign plan focused on winning.

There are currently three ways to get involved in our training:

1. Webinar for New Candidates: On December 5th at 9pm the NDTC is holding a webinar with DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake. The topic will be running for office. The webinar will cover best practices for your campaigns, and what your expectations should be. This is an event you do not want to miss, so be sure to register today!

2. Cohort Training: To help candidates like you, the NDTC is launching their inaugural online cohort. If your election is in 2018, this is the perfect opportunity for you. In addition to their online courses, you’ll be working in small groups and will also be able to get live feedback from the trainers. 

3. Free Online, On-Demand Training: You have access to NDTC's free online courses. They are video-centric and available online 24/7. The classes can be taken as many times as needed, so you can learn at your own pace. 

Every race is different, and every locality has its own quirks. But the fundamental campaign tactics and strategies can be tweaked to fit any race. 

The NDTC is not here to help you craft your positions or policies. Their goal is to help you build a solid campaign and win your election.

Events and Contacts

CCDCC Womens' ClubCalvert County Democratic Women’s Club

Regular Meetings held on the first Tuesday of each month.
Next meeting on
Tuesday, January 9th at 6pm for dinner, 7pm business meeting
At Adam’s Taphouse in Prince Frederick.
Speaker: Representative from the Calvert Board of Elections
The Club is collecting donations for End Hunger. Please bring items from
this list
Contact Women’s Democratic Club for more info:
Follow the Women’s Democratic Club on
Facebook and Twitter!


CCDCCCalvert County Democratic Central Committee

Regular Meetings held on the Third Thursday of each month.

Next Meeting on Thursday, January 18th at 6:30 pm.

At Mt Hope Community Center, Room 2.

Follow the Central Committee on Facebook and Twitter, or contact us here.



CCDCC ClubCalvert County Democratic Club

Regular Meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of each month.
Next meeting on
Tuesday, January 23rd at 7pm at Adam’s Taphouse in Prince Frederick.
The Club is collecting donations for End Hunger. Please bring items from
this list
Contact Democratic Club for more info:
Follow the Democratic Club on
Facebook and Twitter!






Consider Giving Some of Your Time to Turning Out the Vote

Posted on 25 August 2017CCDCC

With the 2018 elections fast approaching the Central Committee is in need of volunteers to turn out the vote in Calvert County! While the CCDCC always operates with a volunteer force managing the Headquarters, running food drives, and performing various community outreach programs, election years present a great many more tasks. We need volunteers to staff information booths at community events and at polls on election days. With over 35 thousand registered Democratic or unaffiliated voters to get in touch with in the next year, the Calvert Democrats need people to begin phone-banking and door-knocking right away. If we are going to turn out a democratic election in Calvert County in 2018, we need to start canvassing now. If you can spare a few hours a week to this, please get in touch with us right away.


Precinct Captains and Volunteers Needed!

CCDCCPosted on 16 June 2017

The Calvert County Central Committee has already begun preparing for the extremely important election in 2018. The BEST way to reach voters is volunteering within your precinct. Right now, the CCDCC needs your help.

If you could spend a few hours a week getting out the vote for 2018, Please contact Cindy Yoe at


Democratic Clubs, Committee Working to End Hunger

Posted on 11 February 2017End Hunger

Calvert Democrats have teamed up to collect food donations for End Hunger Calvert County. The Democratic Club and Democratic Women's Club have started a friendly rivalry to see who can donate more, so be sure to bring your donations to the next meetings.

November Totals:

Women's Club 659.46 pounds

Democratic Club 612.73 pounds

End Hunger



Along with these items, the End Hunger Warehouse also needs:

Baking supplies: sugar, flour, salt, baking soda/powder
Cooking supplies: salt, pepper, spices, oils
Hygiene items: toothpaste, tooth brushes, soap, shampoo, feminine hygiene products
Shaving supplies: razors, shave cream/gels
Paper supplies: toilet paper, paper towels, napkins

Please help us to End Hunger in Calvert County by bringing these items to Adam's Taphouse on the evenings of the first Tuesday of each month for the Democratic Women's Club Meetings, or the fourth Tuesday each month for the Democratic Club Meetings.

Or, you can drop your donations off at our office: 250 Merrimac Court, Prince Frederick. The office is staffed Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 12:30 to 3:00 pm.


Volunteer Board and Commissions

The Board of County Commissioners relies on the input from citizen volunteer advisors to make decisions. If you want to influence local county government, but don't want to run for office, this is an excellent way to ensure our county reflects your values.

Don't Get Angry, Get Active!

Current Volunteer Board and Commissions Vacancies:

Applications: Blank Application Form (PDF)

Applications can be emailed, faxed to 410-535-5594 or delivered to:
Lisa G. Tolomei, Appointment Secretary
175 Main St.
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Meetings Contact and Schedules

Ordinance No. 40-16: The ordinance adopting provisions related to the appointment, function, removal, and term limits of certain boards, committees, councils, and commissions establishes provisions generally applicable for the uniform operation of appointed boards, committees, councils, and commissions, except where deviation and variance are warranted as set forth.

Appointees to Calvert County boards and commissions are required to comply with Code of Ethics § 41.15.B.2: regarding financial disclosure for any potential conflict of interest within 30 days after appointment.

If you have questions, feel free to contact the appropriate person listed in the announcement or contact Lisa Tolomei, at 410-535-1600 or 301-855-1243, extension 2214.

To see agendas for the Board of County Commissioners and other County Commissions and Boards:

Complete List of all Volunteer Board and Commissions:

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