Here’s How To Cast Your Vote For 4th District City Council Candidate, Zac Dingle

Here’s How To Cast Your Vote For 4th District City Council Candidate, Zac Dingle

The voting deadline for Baltimore is less than a week away and 4th District City Council Candidate, Zachery Dingle is urging all residents to cast their vote on or before June 2, 2020.

Dingle aims to help create a safer and cleaner Baltimore as the city’s next councilmember, but he needs your vote to do so. Dingle’s primary goal is to advocate and propose legislation to address the primary concerns of constituents/residents.

“Voting is the responsibility of all American citizens and is the hallmark of our democracy,” Dingle said. “It is the opportunity for all citizens to invoke their right to express satisfaction or dissatisfaction with government and usher change for communities.”

See how you can let your voice be heard and cast your ballot for the Presidential Primary Election below:

  1. Once you receive your ballot in the mail, open the envelope and locate the name ZAC DINGLE on the form.
  2. Fully color in the bubble next to his name using a BLACK ink pen.
    *(Be sure to do the same for other candidates you plan to vote for).
  3. Include a copy of your driver’s licence or state ID AND a separate proof of address (i.e, utility bill, paystub) if ID REQUIRED is stamped on the envelope.
  4. Place your ballot in the envelope and seal it.
  5. Print AND sign your name on the OUTSIDE the envelope before mailing it or dropping it off at a post office. Your ballot can also be dropped off at a polling location. Postage is not needed for either option.

List of Drop-Off Box and Polling Locations On Election Day:

Due to the risk of COVID-19, in-person voting is limited on June 2, 2020. Residents are recommended to cast their ballots at voting centers if they are not able to return their mailed ballots or never received them.

Six voting centers will be open between 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. for residents to cast their in-person vote or drop off their ballots. The locations are:

  • Edmondson High School, 501 N. Athol Ave., Baltimore, MD 21229
  • University of Maryland at Baltimore Community Engagement Center, 870 W. Baltimore St., MD 21201
  • Mount Pleasant Church & Ministries, 6000 Radecke Ave., Baltimore, MD 21206
  • Dr. Carter G. Woodson School #160, 2501 Seabury Road, Baltimore, MD 21225
  • Northwood Elementary School, 5201 Loch Raven Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21239
  • Northwestern High School, 6900 Park Heights Ave., Baltimore, MD 21215

Additional 24/7 drop-off locations are here. Voters can drop off their ballots at the locations on May 30, 2020 through 8:00 pm on Election Day. The oath on the back of the envelope MUST be signed if voters are using this option.

Be sure to cast your ballot on or before June 2 in favor of Zac Dingle, the 4th District City Council Candidate to help create a brighter and innovative Baltimore.

“A vote for Zac Dingle ensures your council member will recognize and “advocate for the interests and concerns of all citizens of the district, regardless of precinct,” the candidate said. “A vote for Zac Dingle ensures experience, integrity, resourcefulness, compassion, collaboration, and action. A vote for Zac Dingle ensures the onward progress of district 4.

For further information regarding the elections process, please visit here.

Article by Brianna Rhodes