Due to COVID-19, the Democratic Primary will be an entirely mail-in election. All registered voters should receive a ballot in the mail with a pre-paid postage return envelope.
Ballots must be returned by mail or dropped off at an in-person drop-off location in Baltimore City will have at least 1 and up to 4 in-person drop-off locations; these locations have not been announced yet.
You can view the Board of Elections’ comprehensive plan for the June 2 election here
What if I don’t receive my ballot in the mail?
If you don’t receive your ballot in the mail, contact the Baltimore City Board of Elections:
Charles L. Benton Building
417 E. Fayette Street, Room 129 Baltimore MD 21202-3432
Fax for Absentee Ballots Only: 410-727-1775 or 410-783-7394
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
HOW DO YOU KNOW IF YOUR REGISTERED?
Don’t know if you’re registered? Find out here. If you need to register to vote, or want to update your address or party affiliation, click here
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO VOTE?
Every Maryland citizen is eligible to vote, even if you have a felony record. As long as you are not currently incarcerated, you can vote! Learn more here
WHY SHOULD YOU VOTE?
Voting is the simplest and most important way we can participate in our democracy and our society. Don’t miss your opportunity to make your voice heard.