To slow the spread of COVID-19, all eligible active Maryland voters will receive a mail-in ballot. All mailed ballots included a return envelope and prepaid postage. To have your ballot mailed to a different address or to have it sent electronically, click here.
Voters will receive a Democratic or Republic ballot by mail if they are affiliated with one of those parties. Voters who are not affiliated with these parties will receive a nonpartisan ballot by mail if there are nonpartisan races on your ballot (example: municipal offices). Learn more.
Vote Registration Deadline: Wednesday, May 27th (for eligible voters who miss the registration deadline, same-day registration will be available at an in-person voter center near you)
- When you receive your ballot, fill in the oval to the left of your candidate choice.
- Sign and date the oath on the envelope using a black pen.
- Return your voted ballot by mail or deliver it to a secure drop box location.
- No stamp is required (postage is prepaid).
- Make sure your ballot is postmarked on or before June 2nd (by 8pm) or delivered to a drop box location by 8 pm on Tuesday, June 2nd
- In-person Voting Centers will be open on Election Day, June 2nd, from 7am-8pm. Every county will have at least one location available. Click here for list of Voter Centers.
- Secure drop box locations will also be available from May 21-June 2nd at 8pm.
- Ballots for this election have not been mailed yet
- Reminder: If you have a felony conviction, but are not currently incarcerated – you have the right to vote in this election. Still unsure? Click here to learn if you’re eligible.
- Have problems or questions about voting? Call the nonpartisan hotline: English: 866-OUR-VOTE or contact us directly at 443-906-0442
Maryland voters should feel safe and supported as they cast their votes. This year, we’re ramping up our efforts and beginning to train volunteers to help protect the vote amid COVID-19.
Our nonpartisan voter protection program that seeks to ensure that every eligible Maryland voter who wants to vote can and that every vote is counted accurately, even during this public health crisis. Our Election Protection program is not affiliated with any party, candidate or issue campaign.
Volunteers like you will be voters’ first line of defense against suppression tactics, confusing laws, outdated infrastructure, and other impediments to making themselves heard.
Sign up as a Maryland Election Protection volunteer today and we’ll reach out with all the information you need to get started.