MVP Project Files Lawsuit Against Maryland
You'll see it on the news, but you heard it here first!
The MVP Project was founded on a simple promise: we fight as hard for
our military members’ voting rights as they are fighting for our rights.
Today, because of your advocacy, we backed that promise by filing a lawsuit against the State of Maryland to defend the voting rights of our military members
As many of you know, this past Saturday was the deadline for states,
including Maryland, to mail absentee ballots to military members to
ensure that they would have sufficient time to vote. Unfortunately, the
State Board of Elections sent a ballot that included federal races, but
did not include any state races (i.e., Governor and Attorney General).
Maryland’s military voters, including those defending our country
overseas, deserve more than half of a ballot. They are entitled to
receive the same ballot that other Maryland voters receive on election
We also encourage you to forward this email to any active duty service member
from Maryland. Each additional member adds further weight to our case.
Military Voter Protection Project
The Military Voter Protection Project is a project of Vets for Freedom Educational Institute
(VFF-EI) in partnership with Families United, both non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organizations. All donations
designated for the MVP Project are tax deductible.