Catholic Advocacy Network (CAN) 

(a project of the Maryland Catholic Conference)

The Catholic Advocacy Network provides a quick way for you to communicate with your elected officials on issues that are important to you.  The Network does its work via letters, telephone calls, and visits to legislators during the annual Lobby Night that is held in Annapolis each year during the month of February. 

To register to receive alerts on pertinent legislation, along with messages to send to your elected officials go to the Catholic Conference Website or contact Marsha Raymond, our Director of Social Justice.

 

VOTE!!!!

Primary Election June 26 - Candidates Respond to Maryland Catholic Conference Survey
The primary election in Maryland - on June 26 – is where many races essentially will be decided.  Don’t sit on the sidelines.  Find out where the candidates stand on the issues you care about. View their responses to the Maryland Catholic Conference’s survey at www.mdcatholic.org/elections.

Get in the Know
Critical primary elections will be held on June 26. “In the Catholic Tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation.” (Faithful Citizenship, 13) Learn about the issues, pray for guidance, and vote. Visit Maryland Catholic Conference’s website to learn about the candidates and key issues at www.mdcatholic.org/elections.

Know who is Running to Represent You
Maryland's Primary Election is June 26. Do you know where the candidates stand on the issues that matter to you? View their responses to the Maryland Catholic Conference’s survey at www.mdcatholic.org/elections. “In the Catholic Tradition, responsible citizenship is a virtue, and participation in political life is a moral obligation.” (Faithful Citizenship, 13) ACTivated by Faith – Now Vote.

Stand Strong in the Public Square: Candidates Respond to Survey – Election November 4
Primary Election early voting starts June 14. See where the candidates for U.S. Congress, Maryland Governor and the Maryland General Assembly stand on the critical issues. View their responses to the Maryland Catholic Conference’s survey at www.mdcatholic.org/elections.

Remember to Vote & Make Your Voice Heard on Primary Election Day
Primary Elections are this Tuesday, June 26. There's still time to learn where the candidates for U.S. Congress, Maryland Governor and Maryland General Assembly stand on critial church issues. Candidate surveys are available on the Maryland Catholic Conference website at www.mdcatholic.org/elections

Annapolis

 

Maryland Lobby night

Lobby Night is an opportunity for Maryland constituents to meet with their Maryland State legislators and share the Catholic viewpoint on issues before the General Assembly.