TO BE HEARD.
Primary elections: Tues. April 28, 2020
NOVEMBER 3, 2020
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Where to vote?
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Where should I vote?
During early voting, you can vote at any early voting center in the jurisdiction where you live. Find out where the early voting center or centers are in your jurisdiction.
On election day, you should vote where you live. If your voter registration is up-to-date, you can refer to your Voter Notification Card for your precinct number and polling place location or use the voter look-up website. However, if you moved and have not updated your voter registration information, enter your new address in the Polling Place Locator. You will be required to vote a provisional ballot at the new polling place.
How will I cast my vote?
During early voting or on election day, you will hand mark a paper ballot. Use the pen provided to fill in the oval next to your choices. Review your ballot choices, place your voted ballot into the privacy sleeve and take it to the scanner. An election worker will direct you to insert your ballot into the scanning unit to cast your vote. Your ballot will be scanned and dropped into a secure ballot box.
There will be instructions available at the early voting centers and at your polling place to familiarize you with the ballot. You may ask an election judge to explain how to vote, but you must cast your vote alone, unless you are unable to do so because you have a disability or are unable to read or write the English language.
For absentee voting and provisional voting, you will issued a paper ballot. Use a black ink pen to fill in the oval next to your choices. Provisional ballots are returned to local election office in secure bags on election night. Absentee and provisional ballots will be scanned at the local election office.
Check out this resource from the League of Women Voters!
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-MARYLAND CITIZENS OVER THE AGE OF 18 CAN REGISTER TO VOTE.
-MD CITIZENS AGED 16 AND OLDER CAN PRE-REGISTER TO VOTE.
-COLLEGE STUDENTS CAN REGISTER TO VOTE IN MARYLAND USING
MD CITIZENS GOING TO COLLEGE IN STATES OUTSIDE OF MARYLAND
CAN REGISTER TO VOTE USING THEIR MD HOME ADDRESS
-MD CITIZENS WHO HAVE COMPLETED SENTENCING FOR A CRIME
CAN RE-REGISTER TO VOTE.
-PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CAN VOTE
-MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY CAN VOTE
-MD CITIZENS WHO ARE TRAVELING OUT OF STATE OR
ABROAD CAN VOTE BY ABSENTEE BALLOT
We are a nonpartisan group of citizens working together to encourage Maryland's Eastern Shore citizens to vote. We are working together to promote voter registration, education and engagement.