We seek to ensure that Montgomery County and the State of Maryland are represented by appointed and elected officials who are reflective of and responsive to the needs of all individuals, specifically communities of color.
We’re taking action to influence policymakers and to elect to local Montgomery County and statewide Maryland office, African Americans, members of other underrepresented communities of color, and other candidates who support positions, policies, and programs advocated by the CERG 2.0 PAC.
When our citizens are more educated and feel empowered about who they choose to represent their communities, we can see significant and positive change for those who need it most.
WHAT WE DO
We are a political action committee (PAC) that supports and promotes the empowerment and participation of African Americans and members of other underrepresented communities of color in the political process. We seek to do this by advocating for specific priorities, raising funds, and making contributions to support electing candidates for state and local offices in Montgomery County and Maryland. Our priorities include fostering a culture of active political engagement, economic empowerment, and social justice.
To expand the capacity, particularly of people of color, through individual and community business and asset building; diversity and inclusion in business development and career advancement; and procurement opportunities.
To educate and raise the level of civic engagement, particularly among communities of color, about the candidates who support issues that impact their lives.
To advocate for results-based justice policies that keep our community safe and end racial disparities at all levels
Become a Member: CERG 2.0 PAC is open to any U.S. Citizen nominated by an existing member and voted on by the membership committee without regard of political party affiliation, race, creed, color or national origin as outlined hereinafter. There are two (2) Membership categories – Active and Associate.
- Associate Member Benefits
- Voting Member
- Opportunity to Serve on CERG 2.0 Working Groups
- Non-Voting Member
- Included in Membership Roster
- Receives all Membership communication
- Invited to Annual Meeting/Events
Montgomery County should be transparent about planning department problems
Link to Article Here
CERG Vote Card 1
You can vote in an early voting center in the county where you live. The list of early voting centers for the 2022 General Election is here (en español).
CERG 2.0 Vote Card 2
Any person that is registered to vote can vote during early voting. Any person that is eligible to register to vote can register AND vote during early voting.
CERG 2.0 Vote Card 3
You can vote in person during early voting. Early voting will be held from Thursday, October 27, 2022 through Thursday, November 3, 2022 (including Saturdays and Sundays). Early voting centers will be open from 7 am to 8 pm.
CERG 2.0 PAC solicits (directly or indirectly) and accepts voluntary personal contributions, to make expenditures in connection with the attempt to influence the selection, nomination, and election of individuals who support our priorities.
*Donating at least $150 will provide membership access for one year.