Lt. Governor Brown will join supporters and community leaders at an early vote rally this afternoon where he will also early vote. Brown had been scheduled to vote on Friday but was unable to get to the voting center due to Apostle Betty Peebles’ funeral.
Monday October 25, 2010
Lt. Governor Brown to Early Vote
Oxon Hill Library
6200 Oxon Hill Road
Oxon Hill, MD
After voting early today, Governor O’Malley and Lt. Governor Brown will travel around the state this weekend to encourage Marylanders to get out the vote.
In this election, there is a choice–will we move forward or will we move back? And with the recent polls showing O’Malley-Brown with a large lead over Ehrlich, it is clear that Marylanders want to move forward with O’Malley-Brown.
On Saturday, Governor O’Malley will visit early voting locations in Prince George’s, Montgomery and Baltimore Counties. Lt. Governor Brown will participate in two get out the vote rallies. They will also attend religious services. Sunday night, Governor O’Malley will be the keynote speaker at the Equality Maryland Gala.
Early voting started today and Governor Martin O’Malley and Congresswoman Donna Edwards stopped by the Addison Road metro station in Prince George’s County to spread to the word.