Posted by: Ann Corcoran | June 24, 2011

Last chance to sign petition events to be held statewide TOMORROW!

For anyone who hasn’t had an opportunity to sign the petition to get a referendum on the ballot for 2012 so voters can decide if they want to help fund college educations for illegal aliens, this is your last big opportunity!  All petitions will be turned into the State Board of Elections at midnight June 30th, so this is the last weekend.

MD Petitions has sent out this press release today with information on where you can sign!   Best if you arrive at the locations listed in the morning.  And, be sure to bring your cameras and video cams to record this historic day!

Hagerstown, MD – This weekend, last chance signing events will be held at every MVA that is open on Saturdays, in select Post Offices, and at community events.

The response from around the state to sign the petition to allow SB167 to go to the ballot in November of 2012 has been astounding. Democrats, Unaffiliated voters, Republicans, and 3rd party voters across the state have signed the petition in record numbers.

The people of Maryland understand that this bill costs too much money and that we need to enforce our immigration laws, instead of breaking federal immigration policy, as this bill would do.

Signing events will be held at MVAs or select Post Offices on Saturday, June 25th:

Anne Arundel
160 Harry S. Truman Pkwy.
Annapolis, MD 21401
(Off Riva Road)

Baltimore City
5425 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, MD 21215
(located in the Hilltop Shopping Center)

Baltimore County
1338-A Eastern Boulevard
Essex, MD 21221
Middlesex Shopping Center

200 Duke Street
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Louis L. Goldstein, District Court – Multi Service Center

NO MVA – Denton Post Office
503 Market St, Denton, MD, 21629

1106 Baltimore Blvd.
Westminster, MD 21157-7025

105 Chesapeake Blvd. Suite A
Elkton, MD 21921

11 Industrial Park Drive
Waldorf, MD 20602
St. Charles Business Park

NO MVA – Cambridge Post Office
301 High St, Cambridge, MD, 21613

1601 Bowman’s Farm Rd.
Frederick, MD 21701
(exit 56 off I-70)

501 West MacPhail Road
Bel Air, MD 21014
(off Route 24, 1/2 mile south of Route 1)

6490 Dobbin Road
Columbia, MD 21045
Columbia Business Center

NO MVA – Chestertown Post Office
104 Spring Avenue”
Chestertown, MD 21620

15 Metropolitan Grove Rd.
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
(off Clopper Road)

Prince George’s
11760 Baltimore Avenue (MD Route 1)
Beltsville, MD 20705

Queen Anne’s
NO MVA – Sudlerville Post Office
117 S Church St, Sudlersville, MD, 21668

NO MVA – Westover Post Office `
27741 Fairmount Rd, Westover, MD, 21871

9148 Centreville Road
Easton, MD 21601

18306 Col. Henry K. Douglas Dr.
Hagerstown, MD 21740
(off Rt. 65, I-70 exit 29)

251 Tilghman Road
Salisbury, MD 21801

65th Street and Coastal Highway
Ocean City, MD 21842
(parked at the court house parking lot)

If you have questions please call Del. Neil Parrott, Chairman, at 240-329-0293, or Del. Pat McDonough, Honorary Chairman, at 410-238-0025.


  1. […] (Hat tip: Ann Corcoran at the Potomac TEA Party Report.) […]

  2. Your petition must be received by 6/30–NOT postmarked, as I understand it. So if your are signing online, you will need to ensure is it delivered on time.

    • Hi Joe, thanks for the reminder that the petition must be in hand at headquarters on the 30th. They cannot be signed on-line anyway. All you can do on-line is print out the form,but it still needs to be mailed or hand-delivered to be in the hands of organizers on the 30th.

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