2020 Voting Information

For information on how to register to vote, visit http://www.amev-alert.org/

Here’s what you need to know about voting the November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election:

District of Columbiahttps://www.dcboe.org/home

Key items to know: 
The Maryland State Board of Elections (BOE) will automatically mail an absentee ballot application (not your actual ballot, as was done in the primary) to the address that they have on file for you. You may also request an absentee ballot online by October 27, 2020. You can check which address the BOE has on file for you here.  
If you need to register to vote or update your current address, you must do so by Tuesday, October 13, 2020. Or you may exercise your right to “same day” register and vote during the early voting period and on election day. You can find further guidance on this process here.

If you are completing a mail-in/absentee ballot, there will be drop boxes available for you throughout the county.  If you are unable to drop off your ballot, we suggest you mail it in as soon as possible.  

If you are unable to vote by mail, you must vote in-person during the early vote period or on election day at your designated polling location in your jurisdiction. 

Please use this handy list of resources to ensure that you can continue to exercise your right to vote:
  • If you need to register to vote, click here.
  • To check your voter registration, text CHECK to 77788 or visit this link
  • If you are registered to vote and need to check that your address is up to date, click here.

If you have concerns about your right to vote, please reach out to our Voter Protection Hotline at 833-MD-VOTES. You may also email us at voterprotection@mddems.org.