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A Legacy of Service.

An Independent Voice for Families.

Aletheia McCaskill is a mother, business owner, and advocate for working families who lives in Baltimore's District 44 with her husband and two lovely daughters. With over 19 years as an early learning and child development professional, both as a service provider and as a leader and advocate, she understands the challenges of everyday life for our families. She is stepping up to be an independent voice for District 44 in Annapolis. 

As a longtime resident of District 44, Aletheia understands that District's County and City residents are part of unique communities with unique needs, but she believes that their interests are shared, because crime, unemployment, and struggling schools impact us all.

Service

Aletheia currently serves as Chairwoman of the Baltimore, D.C., Northern Virginia C.O.P.E., SEIU-Local 500, and as a leader of the Bargaining Committee for SEIU Local 500 Early Learning Division and is a part of the Women's Economic Security Agenda (WESA).

Aletheia is an active member of the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC), National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), and the Association for Early Learning Leaders (AELL), and gives back to the community by providing support services and child care services to local homeless shelters. 

 

 

 

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Fighting for Women, Children, and Families

Family-Supporting Careers

Aletheia McCaskill has the courage to support policies like paid sick leave and a $15
minimum wage, because as a small business owner she knows her business thrives
when workers thrive.

Investing in Schools

Aletheia McCaskill believes better opportunities come from better education. Better education depends on improved school buildings, experienced teachers, and access to technology and vocational training in the classroom.  She believes in educational partnerships and community engagement that will prepare students for higher education and entry into the workforce.

Criminal Justice Reform

Aletheia McCaskill knows better public safety comes from a police force that
residents can trust. She’ll foster true community oversight of the police, so that
residents feel safe cooperating with the police to fight crime in their
communities.

Serving our seniors

Seniors have given a lifetime to our neighborhoods. Now it's our time to give back. Aletheia will fight for tax policies that allow seniors to retire in the homes they spent their lives paying for, tougher penalties for scams that target the elderly, and state health care that expands coverage instead of rationing it.

 

 

Contact Team McCaskill

Email: mccaskill4senate@gmail.com

Phone: (443) 738-4511

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Voter Information

We want to amplify voters' voices in the 44th District, which means making sure voters are informed on what districts they live in and how to register to vote. We've provided information for both below!

Register to Vote

According to the State of Maryland, "You must meet the following requirements to qualify for voter registration in Maryland:

  • Be a U.S. citizen.
  • Be a resident of Maryland.
  • Be at least 16 years old.
    • You must be 18 years old to vote in an election."

"In some cases, polling places in Maryland will request identification from first-time voters. If asked to show your ID, you'll need ONE of the following:

  • Maryland driver's license or ID card.
  • Student, employee, or military ID card.
  • U.S. passport.
  • A current utility bill or paycheck showing your name and address.
    • Must be dated within 3 months of the Election Day."

In Maryland, registering to vote is easy. Just click the button below to get started! 

Find out where your district is

With the boundaries of legislative districts changing every 10 years, and often drawn in confusing ways, it can be difficult to figure out which district you live in and who your elected officials are.

mdelect.net fixes this issue, by allowing you to simply type in your address in oder to see what district you live in and who your elected officials are. You can click the button below to find out!