Contacting Baltimore County Council Members

Please feel free to email any and all of the Councilmembers.

If you are not sure what you would like to write we have offered you a sample email below.  Please personalize it as needed.  If you are a resident of Baltimore County we urge you to say so.  If you are unsure of who your Councilmember use this link to find out.   These same themes can be used in a phone call.

Councilman Tom Quirk
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410-887-0896
410-887-3386

Councilwoman Vicki Almond
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410-887-3385

Councilman Todd Huff
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410-887-3387

Councilman Kenneth N. Oliver
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410-887-0784
410-887-3389

Councilman David Marks
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410-887-3384

Councilwoman Cathy Bevins
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410-887-3388
410-887-5223

Councilman John Olszewski
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410-887-7174
410-887-3383

Baltimore County Council

400 Washington Avenue, Room 205
Court House, Second Floor, Mailstop 2201
Towson, Maryland 21204

Internet: http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/countycouncil
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Phone: 410-887-3196 

Example email:

Dear Councilmember __________________,

I am writing you in support of bill 3-12.  I am a firm believer that all people should be treated equally under the law.  This should be the case regardless of any factor including Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation.  These are basic civil rights and it is important that we secure them for all members of our community.   It is important the people have a right to a job, a place to live, to be treated fairly with credit and most importantly in public accommodations.  These rights are not novel or new, they have been in place in 16 states and over 150 municipalities including Baltimore City for the last decade, and Montgomery and Howard Counties. 

I urge you not to be swayed by a very vocal and fearful minority who have opposed these rights.  As has been the case with every civil rights movement there are always people who are afraid of progress and equality for all.  I know I can count on you to support this bill for the people of Baltimore County.