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2020 Presidential Primary Election

Election Results

View the unofficial election results now.

Tuesday, June 2

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the June 2 Presidential Primary election will be conducted by mail, with limited options to vote in person on Election Day. Early voting is not available. The deadline to register to vote is Wednesday, May 27. 

How to Vote

Vote by Mail

Voting by mail is safe, secure and free. Ballots have been mailed to residents. You will not need a stamp to return your ballot—the envelope will already have postage on it. Voters simply need to fill out their ballot, sign the oath on the envelope and place it back in the mail.

Make sure your ballot is postmarked on or before Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

Watch a video about the vote-by-mail process.

Vote by Drop Box

If you would like to drop off your voted ballot at a physical location instead of mailing it, please make use of our secure voted ballot drop boxes. Drop boxes are available 24 hours a day leading up to Election Day—Tuesday, June 2. The boxes will be locked and will not accept ballots after 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2.

The drop boxes are currently available outside of all voting centers (listed below) and the Baltimore County Board of Elections Office, located at 11112 Gilroy Road, Suite 104, Hunt Valley, Maryland 21204

Vote in Person

For those who are unable to mail in a ballot or would prefer to vote in person, the County will have four voting centers available on Election Day only. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced. 

Voting Centers

Voting centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2.


Public Logic and Accuracy Demonstration

The Baltimore County Board of Elections will conduct a Public Logic and Accuracy (L&A) Demonstration on Wednesday, May 20, at 10 a.m. Due to COVID-19 precautions, the public demonstration will be online only. The public can view and listen to the demonstration online via live-stream

How to Challenge a Ballot During Canvass

Board review of ballots will take place every other day at 2 p.m. The public may challenge a Board decision during this time. Immediately announce the challenge using the chat or Q&A option of the live-stream. The challenger will then scan a signed copy of the Challenge During Canvass Form (PDF) and email it to in PDF format. Once the Challenge Form has been received, the Board will take action on that ballot. The Board’s decision will be live and in a reply email to the challenger.

Live-Stream of Canvass

The canvass process of ballots will begin on Thursday, May 21. The canvassing process and ballot reviews will be available to view via live-streams:


Additional Information

Visit the Maryland State Board of Elections website for more information, including frequently asked questions, proofing ballots and list of candidates.  

Revised June 16, 2020         


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