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PRIMARY ELECTIONS

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Governor Hogan has declared that Primary Elections have been moved to June 02, 2020.

VOTE BY MAIL

For more information on how to vote by mail, please see the video below.

 

 

REQUEST BALLOT IS EMAILED TO YOU

To request a ballot to be emailed to you, go to https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov.  If you request an email ballot, you will need access to a printer. If you choose to print and mail your ballot, you must provide your own envelope and stamp. Remember to postmark your ballot by or before June 2nd.

 

Email ballots may be dropped off at a designated drop-off location. All drop-off locations were mentioned before. To have your ballot counted, it must be dropped off by Tuesday, June 2nd at 8 PM.

BALLOT DROP OFF VOTING LOCATIONS

Instead of mailing your ballot, you have the option to drop it in a secure ballot drop box between May 21-June 2. There are several drop-box locations throughout Baltimore City:

Available Ballot Drop Off: May 21, 2020

Mount Pleasant Ministries    6000 Radecke Avenue, 21206 

Edmondson High School    501 N Athol Avenue, 21229

University of Maryland 870 W Baltimore Street, 21201 B

1Carter G. Woodson School 2501 Seabury Avenue, 21225

Baltimore City Board of Elections   417 E Fayette Street, 21202 Benton Office Building

 

Available Ballot Drop Off: Saturday: May 30, 2020

Enoch Pratt Free Library, 3601 Eastern Avenue, 21224 Southeast Anchor Library 

Hamilton Elementary School, 6101 Old Harford Road, 21214

Northwood Elementary School, 5201 Loch Raven Boulevard, 21239 

Northwestern High School, 6900 Park Heights Avenue, 21215 

Pimlico Elementary School, 4849 Pimlico Road, 21215

Frederick Douglas High School, 2301 Gwynns Falls Parkway, 21217

Digital Harbor High School, 1100 Covington Street, 21230

Paul Dunbar High School, 1400 Orleans Street, 21231

Enoch Pratt Free Library Herring Run, 3801 Erdman Avenue, 21213

Hampden Elementary School, 3608 Chestnut Avenue, 21211

IN PERSON VOTING LOCATIONS

Voters may go to a vote center and vote in-person.  In-person voting will be available on June 2 from 7 am to 8 pm.  There are 6 voting centers throughout Baltimore City.  Persons who are not registered and want to vote, may register and vote at any of the voting centers with valid identification. Here are a list of voting centers:

 

There will be six in-person voting centers in Baltimore City.  They will be open on June 2, 2020 only, from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.  They are located at:

Mount Pleasant Church & Ministries, 6000 Radecke Avenue Baltimore, MD 21206

Edmondson High School, 501 N. Athol Avenue Baltimore, MD 21229

University of Maryland at Baltimore Community Engagement Center, 870 W Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21201

Dr. Carter G. Woodson School #160, 2501 Seabury Road Baltimore, MD 21225

Northwestern High School #401, 6900 Park Heights Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215

Northwood Elementary School #242, 5201 Loch Raven Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21239

REGISTER TO VOTE

The voter registration deadline is April 24.

CHECK YOUR ADDRESS 

 

Ballots will be mailed to the address on file. They CANNOT be forwarded to a new address. If the ballot is forwarded, it is no longer valid.

If you need to update your address, then you should request an absentee ballot at the same time (there is an option in the form).

FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE

 

Sources:

 

https://www.elections.maryland.gov/

https://boe.baltimorecity.gov/

 

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