In Maryland, If you are a republican living in one of the below high lighted counties, there is a good chance your vote means absolutely nothing. There is such heavy democrat influence that your vote as a republican means squat. In some cases, the democrats beat out the republicans by a margin of 3:1.
There is good news though. If you change your voter registration to democrat, you will be eligible to vote in the primary elections. You will be able to vote against the incumbent who has ignored you for all these years. In Maryland, primary elections can be EXTREMELY close. First, you need to make sure that you live in a district that is dominated by democrats. Go to http://mdelect.net to find out who your legislators are.
If your elected officials are Republicans, there isn’t really any point in switching, as you already live in an area that has some common sense
But, if your district is controlled by hard line democrats, feel free to become a DINO. Becoming a DINO is also very important in districts with pro-civil rights, aka, second amendment, democrats too, such as Senator Norman Stone. We want to keep people like Senator Stone in office. To see where your elected officials stand on the issues, check out Maryland Won’t Forget. To change your registration, and to become a DINO, visit:
The process can be done entirely online and takes about 3 minutes to complete. In 3-6 weeks, you will receive your new voter ID card.