vote by mail

Because of the novel coronavirus, this primary will be largely vote by mail. There will be ballot drop-off/in-person voting locations available as well. Nikki Charlson, Deputy Administrator of the Maryland Board of Elections talks with WEAA’s Julius White about what you need to know before casting your ballot.

Due to the COVID-19 health emergency, the April 28, 2020 Special General Election for the 7th Congressional District will be conducted principally by mail.  This means that all registered voters eligible to vote in this election will have a ballot mailed to them automatically at the address in their voter registration record.  Ballots should arrive in mid-April.  Your ballot will come with a postage-prepaid return envelope, so you do not need to attach stamps to return your voted ballot.  But be sure to sign the oath on the back of the return envelope after you have placed your ballot insid

Due to the COVID-19 health emergency, the Special General Election for the 7th Congressional District will be conducted principally by mail.  This means that all registered voters eligible to vote in this election will have a ballot mailed to them automatically at the address in their voter registration record.  

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Earlier this month, as part of series of actions by his administration to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and maintain essential services, Governor Larry Hogan issued a proclamation to officially postpone the April 28 primary election until June 2. 

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