Maryland Votes for Animals (MVFA) is an organization with one overriding mission: To create an ever-growing voting bloc of animal advocates who will elect representatives willing to champion and vote for animal protection legislation, and to hold politicians accountable to their constituents.
Want to get involved with helping animals? Start here!
Maryland Votes For Animals
extends a Warm Congratulations to the
61 Humane Candidates on their Victory in the
2014 Elections for the Maryland General Assembly!
Ninety-one percent (91%) of MVFA-endorsed candidates Won!
Please don't forget the Animals
and our Thousands of Members who
Voted Humane and supported
Your commitment to the Humane treatment of Animals.
Read the rest of: 2014 ELECTION RESULTS - Maryland Votes For Animals Humane Candidate Endorsements
We don't have much time – Early Voting begins this Thursday, October 23rd and you can help animals now! It’s simple – Vote Humane for MVFA-endorsed candidates and make animal protection a priority in the 2014 election.
As you read this, there are dogs, cats and animals suffering, never knowing a home or kind hand, and subjected to pain and misery their entire lives. They are chained outdoors, imprisoned in filthy cages, or deserted in backyards and alleyways. Others are forced to endure deplorable living conditions in puppy mill breeding operations. You have the power to change this with your vote.
Maryland Votes For Animals (MVFA) has released its 2014 Voter Guide so you know which candidates deserve your vote and have committed to fighting to protect animals. The time has come to put a stop to the unthinkable cruelty animals suffer at the hands of abusers, including the horrific abuse of dogfighting incited by spectators. It is time to do something.
Get Political - Vote Humane!
Maryland Votes For Animals
Vote Humane Campaign!
2014 is your chance to make a difference!
Our goal is to elect more than 50 Humane Candidates to the Maryland Senate and House of Delegates in the 2014 election. Your vote as well as your financial support are key to electing representatives who will champion stronger laws to protect animals.
- VOTE HUMANE by voting for these MVFA-endorsed Humane Candidates. You only get to vote once every four years so make it count!
- Donate to the Vote Humane Campaign and make a difference for Maryland's animals today!
Get political for animals and you will ensure a brighter future for all living creatures.
As always, we are grateful for your support. We couldn’t do this for Maryland's animals without you.
MVFA has released its first round of Endorsements for Humane Candidates in the 2014 Election!
Your vote is the powerful reason why you and your Maryland Votes for Animals-PAC (MVFA) has been so successful in promoting animal welfare in the
Help me. I'm still chained.
Maryland legislature over the past four years. To keep this momentum going, your vote is crucial in the upcoming election now more than ever.
You are the voice for all of Maryland's animals and they desperately need you to SPEAK UP and VOTE for MVFA Endorsed Humane Candidates for the Maryland General Assembly!
What to do to make a real difference for animals with your Vote:
Early voting is June 12th to June 19th. Primary Election Day is June 24th.
CLICK on the MVFA Endorsed Humane Candidates list to see the candidates for the House of Delegates and the Senate who have been endorsed Humane in this round of endorsements for the Primary. Write down the Humane Candidates for House and Senate in your District, then, GO VOTE for the animals! Easy, quick, and critically important to saving lives!
MVFA's future success for the humane treatment of Maryland's animals is in your hands. Please vote for Humane Candidates. It's the main thing that really does make a difference.
Your Maryland Votes For Animals – PAC has been working “round the clock” putting the final touches on the 2014 Endorsements and Scorecard for the upcoming election!
In this Update you will find information on:
- The Maryland Spay/Neuter Grant Program RFP
- The upcoming MVFA Endorsements for the Maryland General Assembly
- A Welcome to the next Chair of the MVFA Board