PATH's Non-Partisan GOTV Mobilizes More than 2,500 Voters, Wins Commitments on Immigration, Transportation and Education from County Executive and School Superintendent

Voter Engagement

PATH's Non-Partisan GOTV Mobilizes More than 2,500 Voters, Wins Commitments on Immigration, Transportation and Education from County Executive and School Superintendent

Monday, November 19, 2018
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Over 500 PATH leaders came out for an October non-partisan GOTV Assembly in Howard County, Maryland.  PATH Co-Chairs won commitments from the next County Executive and the HCPSS School Superintendent to continue joint work on immigration inclusion, transportation improvement, and public education equity.  
 
PATH GOTV was a major part of large voter turnout in Howard County, the highest of any jurisdiction in Maryland, with leaders organizing more than 2,500 voters in member institutions, for the June Primary and November General Election. The effort mobilized many to choose early voting, a factor in the upset victory of candidate Ball for County Executive, over the incumbent Kittleman, who was predicted to win a second term.