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White Paper: Evaluating the 2016 Voting Process

Following news reports of long lines at some polling places during the 2016 election, Baltimore County conducted a study of the causes of waiting and the most effective solutions. Our white paper (PDF) discusses the research process, findings and recommendations.

New Maryland Voting System

Read more about the new Maryland Election Voting system.

Polling Place Changes

At its June 26, 2019 meeting, the Baltimore County Board of Elections approved the following:

  • Changing the location of the polling place for:
    • 03-001
      From: 
      Augsburg Lutheran Home, 6811 Campfield Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21207
      To: Campfield Early Learning Center, 6834 Alter Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21207

    • 11-023
      From:
       Long Green Volunteer Fire Department, 4506 Long Green Road, Glen Arm, Maryland 21057
      To: Long Green Baptist Church, 1301 Manor Road, Glen Arm, Maryland 21057

    • 11-026 
      From: Long Green Volunteer Fire Department, 4506 Long Green Road, Glen Arm, Maryland 21057
      To: Long Green Baptist Church, 1301 Manor Road, Glen Arm, Maryland 21057

    • 12-001
      From:
      Berkshire Elementary School, 7431 Poplar Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21224
      To: Holabird Middle School, 1701 Delvale Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21222

    • 13-006
      From:
      Lansdowne Middle School, 2400 Lansdowne Road,  Baltimore, Maryland 21227
      ​To: Lansdowne Elementary School, 2301 Alma Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21227

    • 15-001 (for Primary only)
      From: Colgate Elementary School, 401 Fifty-First Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21224
      ​To: Berkshire Elementary School, 7431 Poplar Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21224 

  • Changing the location of the early voting center for:
    • From: Towson University Administrative Building, 7720 York Road, Towson, Maryland 21252
      To: Towson University South Campus Pavilion, South Auburn Avenue, Towson, Maryland 21204

Board Members

Find more information on the members of the Board.

Board Meetings

Board meetings are normally held at this office the fourth Thursday of the month at 9 a.m. (day and time subject to change). In election years, the November meeting will be held on Election Day. Please contact the Elections Board if you wish to attend any meeting.

The next Board meeting is scheduled for June 26 at 8:30 a.m.

2020 Presidential Primary Election Canvass Schedule:

  • Public Demonstration—To Be Determined
  • Early Voting Results Canvass—April 28 at 1 p.m.
  • Absentee Ballot Canvass 1—April 30 at 10 a.m.
  • Provisional Ballot Canvass—May 6 at 10 a.m.
  • Absentee Ballot Canvass 2—May 7 at 10 a.m.

Contact the Board of Elections

Katie Brown, Director
Nancy Stratton, Deputy Director

Baltimore County Board of Elections
11112 Gilroy Road
Suite 104
Hunt Valley, Maryland 21031

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 410-887-5700
Fax: 410-887-0894

Redistricting

Changes to polling places per Congressional, Council and Legislative Redistricting Plan: Redistricting Updates (PDF) for 2014.

Find your Polling Location

If you are not sure where you vote on Election Day, you can find your polling place by entering your address in our Polling Place Locator.

Disclaimer: The resulting polling place information is not a confirmation that you are a registered voter. The polling place locator merely finds a polling place for a given address.

Early Voting

Find more information on early voting sites for the 2020 Presidential Election.

Timelines and Deadlines

Presidential Primary

  • Voter Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 7. The office remains open until 5 p.m. for the registration deadline.
  • Public Demonstration of Voting Equipment: To Be Determined
  • Early Voting for Presidential Primary Election: Thursday, April 16 to Thursday, April 23.
  • Presidential Primary: Tuesday, April 28
  • Absentee Ballot Canvass: Thursday, April 30, at 10 a.m.
  • Provisional Ballot Canvass: Wednesday, May 6, at 10 a.m.
  • Absentee Ballot Canvass 2: Thursday, May 7, at 10 a.m.

Presidential General

  • Voter Registration Deadline: Tuesday, October 13. The office remains open until 5 p.m. for the registration deadline.
  • Public Demonstration of Voting Equipment: To Be Determined
  • Early Voting for Presidential General Election: Thursday, October 22 to Thursday, October 29
  • Presidential General: Tuesday, November 3
  • Absentee Ballot Canvass: Thursday, November 5, at 10 a.m.
  • Provisional Ballot Canvass: Wednesday, November 11, at 10 a.m.
  • Absentee Ballot Canvass 2: Thursday, November 12, at 10 a.m.

Register to Vote

Questions and answers for voter registration are on our voter registration page. Military and Overseas voters will find additional information.

Verify if you have already registered to vote at the University of Maryland voter registration verification. Use the voter verification to find your sample ballot.

Disclaimer: The website is updated by the University of Maryland and does not necessarily reflect the State Board's records. Call your local board if you do not see your records posted.

Absentee Ballot Processing

Information and instructions about absentee voting are provided at the State Board. Fax applications or any correspondence requiring a signature to the Absentee Department Fax at 410-887-0894. Questions about Absentee Ballots may be referred to the Baltimore County Voter Absentee Department. Email the absentee supervisor at electionabsentee@baltimorecountymd.gov.

Military and Overseas voters will find additional information.

Find Your District Information

If you have questions about Delegate or Senatorial scholarships or are applying for a notary find your district information.

Statewide searches for your district information can be done through the University of Maryland.

District Maps

You can download free maps of Election, Congressional, County Council and Legislative Districts. The maps are in PDF form and can be printed at home or on large format printers at a local printing shop.

Find Your Representatives

If you have concerns as a constituent, contact your representatives.

Petitions

Call 410-887-5700 or visit the Maryland State Board of Elections website to learn more about state and local petitions.

Maryland State Board of Elections

See voting news and statistics straight from Annapolis at the Maryland State Board.

Find the facts at the State Board of Elections rumor control.

Mission Statement

The purpose of the Election Office is to guarantee that every eligible citizen in Baltimore County is given the opportunity to register and vote to ensure a democratic process.

 
Revised June 27, 2019         

 

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