From the desk of Mr. Sellman….

Friends,

Now is the time. It could not be a more critical time for you to do two of the most significant things that will definitely have an impact on your well-being outside of taking care of your health. The two things you need to do are;

  1. Make sure that you are registered to vote

You must be a registered voter in order to be able to let your word be known in regards to how this country is run. This is one of the most important elections. Do Not Miss or Undervalue the Importance of Your Vote. You need only see what has happened over the past three years and what is currently transpiring in our country to know that we need to make an impact in voting. We Need Everyone to make sure that you are registered and to make sure that you VOTE! Click on the link below to be taken to the Maryland Voter Registration site.

https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/

  1. Make sure that you complete the 2020 Census

Again, this is something that you should not undervalue or overlook. The Census is a vital component to your community. Often times we have not because we do not do the things that are necessary and required for us to have. The census determines the funds that go into your community for schools, roads, safety services, etc. EVERYONE needs to complete the 2020 census. Do not look at this as a government spying component. Click on the link below to learn more of what the census is and isn’t. Do Not Cut Yourself Short.

https://2020census.gov/?cid=20003:2020%20census:sem.ga:p:dm:en:&utm_source=sem.ga&utm_medium=p&utm_campaign=dm:en&utm_content=20003&utm_term=2020%20census

I say to you again, the time could not be more critical to make sure that these two things are not only on your list of things to do but things that will be done immediately.

Presidential elections are every four years….do you want another four like this?

Census are every ten years… don’t you want your fair share of the financial resources to come to your community?

Exercise your responsibility and your obligation.

Stay Safe!

With Respect,

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