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2008 Presidential General Election Candidates
2008 Presidential General Election Candidates and Questions
Tuesday, November 4, 2008 Presidential General Election – Frederick County Maryland

President and Vice-President of the United States (Vote for One)
Name Political Party State Campaign Headquarters Address
Barak Obama - President Democratic Illinois Obama for America
233 North Michigan Avenue 11th Floor
Chicago, IL 60601 
Joe Biden - Vice President Democratic Delaware    Same as above
John McCain – President Republican Arizona John McCain 2008
PO Box 16118
Arlington, VA 22215 
Sarah Palin – Vice-President Republican Alaska Same as above
Cynthia McKinney – President Green California PO Box 57065 
Washington, D.C. 20037 
Rosa Clemente – Vice President Green North Carolina Same as above
Bob Barr - President Libertarian Georgia Libertarian National Committee, Inc.
2600 Virginia Avenue, NW, Suite 200
Washington, DC 20037-1914
Wayne A. Root - Vice-President Libertarian Nevada Same as above
Ralph Nadar - President Independent Connecticut Nader for President 2008
PO Box 34103
Washington, DC 20043
Matt Gonzalez - Vice-President Independent California Same as above
Chuck Baldwin - President Constitution Florida Constitution Party National Committee
23 North Lime Street
Lancaster, PA 17602 
Darrell L. Castle - Vice-President  Constitution Tennessee Same as above

Write-In Candidates for President (Not on Ballot)
Name Party Address  Phone
Blaine Taylor Unaffiliated  204 E. Joppa Road, Unit 709
Towson, MD 21286-3125 
 (410) 494-0393
Lawson Mitchell Bone Unaffiliated  Fayetteville, TN  Unavailable
Theodis (Ted) Brown, Sr. Unaffiliated 9901 Lilac Drive
St. Louis, MO 63137
 (314) 619-3370
James D. Criveau
Unaffiliated   1546 Norcova Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23502  
 Unavailable
RaeDeen R. Heupel
Unaffiliated   P.O. Box 246
Richey, MT 59259  
 Unavailable
Ronald G. Hobbs Unaffiliated 2400 Chambersburg Road
McKnightstown, PA 17343
 (717) 334-3307
Keith Russell Judd Unaffiliated P.O. Box 7000 #11593-051
Texarkana, TX 75505 
 Unavailable
Frank Moore Unaffiliated 1231 Curtis Street
Berkley, CA 94706
 (510) 526-7858
Lynne A. Starr
Unaffiliated 907 W. Country Club Drive
Tampa, FL 33612  
 Unavailable
Donald K. Allen Unaffiliated 76 Lake Shore Drive
Youngstown, OH 44511
 (330) 782-7333
Jose M. Aparicio Unaffiliated 957 West 18th Street
Chicago, IL 60608
 Unavailable
Alan Keyes Unaffiliated 13533 Scottish Autumn Lane
Darnestown, MD 20878
 (972) 420-8866
Joe Schriner Unaffiliated 2100 West 38th Street
Cleveland, OH 44113 
 (419) 792-9059

Representative in Congress, Congressional District 6 (Vote for One)
Name Political Party Address  Phone
Jennifer P. Dougherty  Democratic 207 W. Patrick Street, 2nd Floor
Frederick, MD 21701 
 (301) 695-6781
Roscoe Bartlett Republican 4317 Buckeystown Pike
Frederick, MD 21704 
 (202) 225-2721
Gary W. Hoover, Sr. Libertarian 16810 Shaffer Road
Sharpsburg, MD 21782
(240) 520-0518

Board of Education (Vote for No More Than Three)
Name Address Phone
Ron Bird 1800 Whispering Meadow Court
Frederick, MD 21702
 (301) 694-8098
Joe Chmelik 3289 Prices Distillery Road
Ijamsville, MD 21754
 (301) 831-9365
Donna J. Crook P.O. Box 65
Monrovia, MD 21770
 (301) 865-4813
Angie L. Fish 5917 Jug Bridge Hill Road
Frederick, MD 21704
 (301) 471-9962
Kathryn B. “Katie” Groth
7509 Oakmont Drive
Frederick, MD 21702 
 (301) 473-8553

Write-In Candidates for Board of Education (Not on Ballot)
Name Address Phone
John L. Mills, Jr. 805 Shawnee Drive
Frederick, MD 21701
(240) 529-2476

Questions
Question Information
Question 1 – Constitutional Amendment
Early Voting; Polling Places; Absentee Ballots
Authorizes the General Assembly to enact legislation to allow qualified voters to vote at polling places inside or outside of their election districts or wards and to vote up to two weeks  before an election. This amendment also authorizes the General Assembly to enact legislation to allow absentee voting by qualified voters who choose to vote by absentee ballot, in addition to voters who are absent at the time of the election or who are unable to vote personally.

(Amends Article I, §§ 1 and 3 of the Maryland Constitution)
Question 2 – Constitutional Amendment
Authorizing Video Lottery Terminals (Slot Machines) to Fund Education
Authorizes the State to issue up to five video lottery terminal licenses for the primary purpose of raising revenue for education of children in public schools, prekindergarten through grade 12, public school construction and improvements, and construction of capital projects at community colleges and higher education institutions. No more than a total number of 15,000 video lottery terminals may be authorized in the State, and only one license may be issued for each specified location in Anne Arundel, Cecil, Worcester, and Allegany Counties, and Baltimore City. Any additional forms or expansion of commercial gaming in Maryland is prohibited, unless approved by a voter referendum.

(Enacts new Article XIX of the Maryland Constitution)

Updated 10/29/2008