Maryland 2020 Council Election
For the term of office starting March 1, 2020 and ending February 28, 2022, there will be three (3) state representative from the State of Maryland.
Five duly qualified Rail Passengers Association/NARP members from Maryland are seeking election to these three available positions.
All Rail Passengers Association/NARP members in good standing residing in the State of Maryland are eligible to cast ballots in this election.
Ballots must be cast by February 22, 2020; 11:59pm local time.
Below are links to the information statements provided by the five candidates
Please follow this link to cast your ballot on-line (preferred method)
If there is more than one eligible member listed on your Rail Passengers Association/NARP membership, each individual must complete and submit a seperate ballot. Please return to this page and click on the 'On-Line Ballot' link above for each additional eligible voter.
To be eligible to cast a ballot in this election, you must meet the following requirements:
- Be an active, paid, member in good-standing of the Rail Passengers Association/National Association of Railroad Passengers.
- Have a unique and distinct Rail Passengers Association/National Association of Railroad Passengers member number.
- For the Family Membership level & above, each individual member listed on the currently active & valid membership may cast one ballot.
You must supply your unique and distinct Rail Passengers Association/National Association of Railroad Passengers member number when casting your ballot. Ballots submitted with duplicate member numbers will NOT be counted.
"The National Association of Railroad Passengers has done yeoman work over the years and in fact if it weren’t for NARP, I'd be surprised if Amtrak were still in possession of as a large a network as they have. So they've done good work, they're very good on the factual case."
Robert Gallamore, Director of Transportation Center at Northwestern University and former Federal Railroad Administration official, Director of Transportation Center at Northwestern University
November 17, 2005, on The Leonard Lopate Show (with guest host Chris Bannon), WNYC New York.