The eight amendments to Anne Arundel County’s governing documents are all on track to pass after two days of mail-in ballot canvassing finished Monday night. Many of the amendments were suggested by the county’s Charter Revision Commission, which reviews the County Charter every 10 years, and all but one have received widespread support as ballots are counted. They include Question A, which would extend County Council term limits to three consecutive four-year terms rather than two and Question B, codifying the county’s Veterans Affairs Commission. Those questions have received 78% and 85% support, respectively, according to returns published Tuesday.
Eight Anne Arundel County charter amendments on track to pass
November 16, 2022