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Opinion The Post’s endorsements in 2020 elections

Voting stickers in Minneapolis on Sept. 18. (Joshua Lott/For The Washington Post)
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Here’s a roundup of the Post Editorial Board’s endorsements in the 2020 elections. This list will be updated as more endorsements are published.

U.S. president and vice president: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris (D)

Read The Post’s endorsement of Biden and Harris.

D.C.

At-large Council: Christina Henderson (I); Marcus Goodwin (I)

Ward 2 Council: Brooke Pinto (D)

At-large State Board of Education: Jacque Patterson

Ward 2 State Board of Education: Allister Chang

Ward 7 State Board of Education: Karen Williams

Ward 8 State Board of Education: LaJoy Johnson-Law

D.C. Delegate: Eleanor Holmes Norton (D)

Read more about the Editorial Board’s endorsements in D.C. races.

Maryland

State Ballot Question 1 (to amend Maryland’s constitution by empowering the General Assembly to shift budget spending priorities, while maintaining the overall spending cap set by the governor): Yes

State Ballot Question 2 (to legalize sports and event betting at certain licensed venues): Yes

Read more about the Editorial Board’s position on statewide ballot questions.

Montgomery County Ballot Question A (to shift the county’s current inflation-linked cap on overall property tax receipts to an inflation-linked cap on the property tax rate): No

Montgomery County Ballot Question B (to lock in the current cap on inflation-linked property tax receipts, with no breaching rights even for a unanimous county council): No

Montgomery County Ballot Question C (to expand the current nine-member county council to 11 members, by adding two district seats): No

Montgomery County Ballot Question D (to shift the composition of the county council by establishing nine district seats, thereby abolishing the existing makeup of five district seats and four at-large seats): No

Read more about the Editorial Board’s position on Montgomery County ballot questions.

Montgomery County school board at-large seat: Lynne Harris

Montgomery County school board seat representing District 4: Shebra L. Evans

Montgomery County school board seat representing District 2: Michael Fryar

Prince George’s County school board seat representing District 4: Bryan M. Swann

Prince George’s County school board seat representing District 7: Kenneth Harris II

Prince George’s County school board seat representing District 8: Edward Burroughs III

Read more about the Editorial Board’s position on Montgomery County and Prince George’s County school boards.

Montgomery County Circuit Court judges: Bibi M. Berry, David A. Boynton, Christopher C. Fogleman and Michael Joseph McAuliffe

Prince George’s County Circuit Court judges: Wytonja Curry, Cathy Serrette, ShaRon M. Grayson Kelsey, Jared McCarthy and Gladys Weatherspoon

Read more about the Editorial Board’s endorsements of Circuit Court judges in Maryland.

Howard County Circuit Court judge: John Kuchno

Read more about the Editorial Board’s endorsement of Kuchno.

Virginia

U.S. Senate: Mark R. Warner (D)

Read more about the Editorial Board’s endorsement of Warner.

U.S. House, 7th District: Abigail Spanberger (D)

Read more about the Editorial Board’s endorsement of Spanberger.

Proposed Constitutional Amendment, Question 1 (to amend the state constitution by establishing a bipartisan commission on legislative and congressional redistricting): Yes

Read more about the Editorial Board’s position on this proposed amendment.

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