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2020 Voters Guide

The CMC encourages you to be informed, get involved and exercise your right to vote in the 2020 General Election.

The Community Media Center has created this voters guide a public service to the residents of Carroll County to help provide access to important election information. The Community Media Center is pleased to provide this valuable programming to the residents of Carroll County. We encourage all local citizens to exercise their right to vote. 

 

Voters Guide Materials

  • info

    Election Information

    Election dates, voter registration, polling places and informational links to help you stay informed

  • Candidates

    About the Candidates

    See who's running for local office in the 2020 Primary Election and watch Candidate Profiles. 

  • policy

    Political Campaign Content Policy

    CMC's goal is to establish an equal platform for political advocacy and provide local residents with information about individuals seeking public office in the upcoming Primary election. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION CANDIDATE FORUM

The Community Media Center (CMC)  partnered with the Carroll County Times to hold a Board of Education Candidates Forum

 

All four of the candidates running for office participated in the forum. Candidates include: Stephanie R. Brooks, Virginia R. Harrison, Marsha B. Herbert and Donna Sivigny. Of these four candidates, two will be elected to the Board of Education.

Mr. Bob Blubaugh, editor of the Carroll County Times served as the moderator for the event. 

The forum was broadcast live from the Community Media Center, however to ensure compliance with state and local social distancing guidelines, the forum venue was not be open to the public. 

Residents can rebroadcasts of  the Board of Education Candidates Forum on cable channel HD-1086, channel 19 until October 24, 2020 and will be posted on a special election page of the Community Media Center’s website at www.carrollmediacenter.org  

The Community Media Center is conducting this forum as a public service for the residents of Carroll County and does not endorse any political candidate or political organization.