June News

What a tumultuous time we are living through. Things may be difficult, but we hope this is turning point for our country that will bring about real, positive change.

Thank you to everyone that came out to the March for Equality and other protests last week. The number of people participating was amazing and demonstrates just how wonderful our St. Mary's community is. 

Let's keep the momentum going.

If you haven't yet signed up for membership in the local NAACP, you can do so here.

Also, we will be organizing buses to the March on Washington in August. Look for more details soon.

Primary Election

Good news: Joe Biden got more votes that Donald Trump in St. Mary's County, and it appears more Democrats voted than Republicans. You can view results here. Keep up the good work, Dems! Let's do the same thing in November. 

Democratic Club

The Democratic Club will meet via Zoom next Monday, June 15, at 7pm. Here's the link to join the meeting:


The agenda is here and the minutes from the May meeting are here.

Maryland Democratic Party

The state party has been organizing phonebanking and other GOTV efforts in swing states. To find out more, join their mailing list. This is an easy way we can make a difference from the comfort of home!




May News

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We hope you are staying safe and healthy. Here are a few updates:

Democratic Club

The Club will meet next Monday, May 18 at 7:00 pm via Zoom teleconferencing. The focus will be on ways you can help during this election year, even from home! See the agenda here. The minutes and handouts from the last two meetings are available here

Email us for the link to the Zoom meeting.


#IAMSTMARYS, Democratic Women of St. Mary's, had to cancel their May meeting, but the group is still finding ways to stay active.

They are organizing donations for Feed St. Mary's and have raised $6,000 so far! Can you help them get to $10,000 by May 30? Donate at the website: https://feedstmarys.org/democratic-women-food-drive/.

Also, #IAMSTMARYS is hosting A Taste of Emerge, a one-day training session for Democratic women interested in running for office. The May 30 program will focus on issues in Southern Maryland. It will be held via Zoom from 1-4pm. Registration is just $25, and the Democratic Central Committee can offer assistance with this fee for anyone who needs it. To register, click here.

Primary Election Information

The June 2 Presidential Primary Election will be conducted primarily by mail-in ballot.

  • Each registered voter should have received a ballot in the mail. If you have not, contact the St. Mary's County Board of Elections at 301-475-4200 x71625.
  • You may return the ballot in the postage-paid envelope provided. Ballots must be postmarked by June 2.
  • You may also return the ballot to a drop box located at Tudor Hall in Leonardtown or Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department before June 2.
  • DON'T FORGET to sign the oath on the envelope!
  • Limited in-person voting, as well as same day voter registration, will take place at Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department on June 2.


For more information, visit the St. Mary's County Board of Elections websiteVisit the MD Board of Elections website for voter registration, change of address, and more election information.

Finally, check out the #IAMSTMARYS Facebook page for profiles of powerful and inspiring local Democratic women.

Remember to stay home if you can, wear those face masks if you go out, and continue washing hands. We look forward to the day we can get together again!

March Cancellations

The Learn to Canvass event scheduled for March 14 is cancelled and will be rescheduled at a later date.

The Democratic Club meeting scheduled for March 16 is cancelled. We hope to be able to hold our next meeting in April.

Please stay safe, wash your hands, and enjoy time with your families. We will get through this!