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How Can “YOU” Help Ensure Election Integrity in 2022

Updated: Mar 6

TWO Immediate Action Items!


The Republican Women of Baltimore County held its Monthly Club Meeting on Saturday February 19, 2022, at the Holiday Inn located in Timonium, Maryland. The focus of our meeting was “What Can YOU Do to Help Ensure Future Election Integrity?” Our Keynote speakers were Ms. Robyn Sachs, Founder of the Maryland Voter Integrity Group and Ms.

Kate Sullivan. Ms. Sachs is currently leading Maryland’s efforts to audit the 2020 Presidential Election vote (visit MDVote.org for more information). Our co-speaker, Ms. Kate Sullivan, is spearheading Baltimore County’s election efforts to ensure Baltimore County does not experience the questionable voting patterns that occurred both Statewide and within Baltimore County during the 2020 vote as our next election cycle approaches.

Speaking to an oversold crowd, both speakers provided many examples of voter fraud such as 30+ voters having registered from 1 single storage unit as their primary address. Inactive voters who voted according to the voting rolls but claimed no knowledge of voting when canvased. Kate and her team met with the Baltimore County Board of Elections to inquire about the discrepancies. Hear Kate’s analysis on Facebook Live at the 1:26:00 mark: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?ref=watch_permalink&v=4138341089601557


Action Item #1:

Sign up to become an Election Judge for both the June 28, Maryland Primaries AND the General Election on Tuesday November 8, 2022. Signing up to become an Election Judge is very easy, we have provided the link here to fill out the application.


Does it make a difference to have Republican Election Judges???? YES, it does!!! As you already know, the special election in Virginia on November 2, 2021, which elected Glenn Youngkin as Governor, was due in part to turnout by the Parent Coalition, but, also to the high number of Pole Watchers and Election Judges. We would like to duplicate those efforts in Maryland and specifically in Baltimore County.


Action Item #2:

Have you signed the petition to audit Maryland’s 2020 election results? Please do so here.

Always remember our motto, Politics make it happen, Women make it work!




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