Election Day in Maryland
Baltimore City Board of Elections, Charles L. Benton, Jr., Building, 417 East Fayette St., Baltimore, Maryland, June 2006. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Since July 2012, the State Board of Elections has made available an Online Voter Registration (OLVR) System. From the Board's website, voters now can register to vote in federal, State, county and municipal elections in Maryland. They also can update their registration to reflect change of name, address, or party affiliation. Additionally, Marylanders can register to vote by completing a voter registration application at the State Board of Elections, any local board of elections, local department of social services, local office on aging, or at one of the following agencies:
In the voter's county of residence, a registered voter may vote:
2) prior to election day at an early voting center,
3) or by absentee ballot.
Anne Arundel County Board of Elections, County Government Office Building, 7320 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, Maryland, August 2010. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
In Gubernatorial Election years: held on last Tuesday in June (2018, 2022) (Chapter 169, Acts of 2011; Code Election Law Article, sec. 8-201).
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