Change Address

VOTE411 Voter Guide

U.S. Representative District 3

Duties: Representatives make laws along with the members of the Senate, and may conduct investigations on issues of national importance. Laws that impose taxes always begin in the House of Representatives. Representatives can recommend that the Senate remove from office a public official accused of a crime.Term: Two yearsBase Salary: $174,000How Elected: Elected by voters in each congressional district. Maryland has eight of the 435 Representatives, based on the state's population in the 2010 Census.Website: www.house.gov

Click a candidate icon to find more information about the candidate. To compare two candidates, click the "compare" button. To start over, click a candidate icon.

  • Charles Anthony
    (Rep)

  • Candidate picture

    Thomas E. "Pinkston" Harris
    (Rep)

  • Candidate picture

    Reba A. Hawkins
    (Rep)

  • Joshua M. Morales
    (Rep)

  • Candidate picture

    Rob Seyfferth
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

GOALS: Why are you running for this office?

IMMIGRATION: What, if anything, would you change regarding immigration policy?

HEALTH CARE: Would you vote to continue the Affordable Care Act as it is, expand it, or eliminate it? Please explain.

ENVIRONMENT: What should be the federal government’s role in addressing national and global environmental concerns?

GUN SAFETY: What policies do you propose to reduce gun violence?

ECONOMY: How would you address the growing income gap in our society?

DISCRIMINATION: What initiatives would you propose to address bias based on race, gender identification, sexual orientation, religion, or disability?

STUDENT LOANS: What actions would you support to reduce burdensome student loan debt?

Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Campaign Facebook http://Reba Hawkins
Campaign Twitter @rebahawkins2020
Campaign Email rebahawkins2020@gmail.com
I want be an advocate for the Baltimore Maryland region by: promoting macro-economic growth development, and promoting legislation that defends middle class values and Constitutional rights, securing federal funds to rebuild and construct new infrastructure, and create a culture of accountability, transparency, and respect for the rule of law.

I support the full-enforcement and expansion of all e-verification and I-9 compliance laws that holds employers accountable, the permanent denial of citizenship to criminal illegal aliens, and the denial to undocumented persons social welfare programs and assistance. Congress needs to fix our broken immigration system that honors Americans and those that properly participate in the legal pro
The ACA has serious fiscal challenges and this must be remedied in a bipartisan effort. Americans need access to safe drinking water and nutritious food as preventative medicine. Debt-swaps, tax-relief, restrictions on PPO/HMO/EPO monopolies, & pro-bono programs need to be introduced to reduce runaway costs and health professionals changing careers.
The government should reverse its preference for the fossil fuel sector and for corporate polluters. The EPA must be de-politicized and empowered to protect the air, water, and vital environmental standards. We must make our country as green as possible promoting sustainability, recycling, and renewable energy and eco-friendly development.
We need a national database wherein all gun purchases are vetted. All persons guilty of using a gun for a crime must be denied the right to buy or own a gun for no less than 10 years. We must make harsh examples of persons who commit violent crimes with firearms.
The income disparity in the USA can be brought to heal by the introduction of economic reparative programs for Blacks and other impoverished Americans. Our poor people deserve the same support that illegal aliens receive from the Office for New Americans and DACA all over America.
We must end all discrimination against women via the effort of a vocal minority to eliminate their Title 9 protections and immunities. Homeland Security must be empowered to fight racial domestic terrorism and other extremists. Last, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 must be fully defended and implemented.
We must end the student debt crisis by allowing Americans to file for bankruptcy, to amortize their debts by performing community services, and/or fully waiving the debt just like our” too big to fail” businesses, trading houses, and banks were allowed to do. America cannot grow if it’s young who represent the future are debt slaves!
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Campaign Twitter @robseyfferth
Campaign Email robertseyfferth@yahoo.com
Campaign Phone (443) 852-2178
To serve the interests of the country, state and the 3rd Congressional District by providing everyday life experience to the job of legislating!
Enforcement of our borders and our laws. However, I do support a path to citizenship based on service in the military, foreign service or civil service or the Peace Corps or AmeriCorps. For others, a path to legality, but not citizenship.
Eliminate and replace it with a state based plan to allow the states to design and implement their own plans according to their own needs with support from the Federal government.
I believe we can use the tax code to make financially rewarding for private firms to use clean fuels and being good stewards of the environment.
Expand mental health checks and firearms safety certification.
Use the tax code to make it profitable to raise employee wages
Current legislation is appropriate; however, we do need more aggressive enforcement of current laws.
Abolish them and allow them to be discharged through normal bankruptcy procedures.