Voting in the General Election

A Guide for Voters in Anne Arundel County, District 6

Voting in this November’s general election will be very different from the primary election. This guide provides all the information and appropriate web links that you’ll need to vote, whether in-person or through the mail.

 

VOTING BY MAIL
Unlike in the primary election, ballots will not be automatically mailed to voters – you must request a mail-in ballot. A request form will be sent to voters, but you can request your mail-in (absentee) ballot online. The deadline to request a ballot to be delivered to you by mail must be received by October 20. The online form asks several questions to verify your identity (it looks like your registering to vote, even if you are already registered). With mail delivery delays, make your request as soon as you can. 

 

Request a Mail-In Ballot


 

RETURNING YOUR MAIL-IN BALLOT
You have two options for returning your ballot: mailing it in or dropping it off in-person.

 

Return By Mail
We recommend filling out your ballot as soon as you receive it. Once complete, don’t forget to sign the envelope and mail it. With mail delays, mail it in as soon as possible. You can track your ballot to make sure it was received by the Board of Elections. Ballots must be postmarked no later than November 3, 2020.

Drop Off Your Ballot
Instead of sending your ballot through the mail, you can return it to one of several drop-off boxes located throughout the county. These are secure and monitored by video. They are available 24-hours a day from October 1 through November 3.

Drop-Off Locations in District 6

  • Annapolis High School

  • Bates Middle School

  • Pip Moyer Recreation Center

  • Rolling Knolls Elementary School

Complete List of Drop-Off Locations

 

VOTING IN-PERSON
You have two options for voting in-person: early voting from October 26 through November 2 or voting on Election Day (November 3). There could be long lines and a wait of several hours due to a shortage of poll workers. You can vote at any polling location in Anne Arundel County. 

Early Voting 
October 26 through November 2
Polls open from 7 am to 8 pm

 

Early Voting Location in District 6
Pip Moyer Recreation Center


You can vote at any county polling location.
Full List of Early Voting Locations


Election Day Voting 
November 3 
Polls open from 7 am to 8 pm

Election Day Voting Locations in District 6

  • Annapolis High School

  • Bates Middle School

  • Pip Moyer Recreation Center

  • Rolling Knolls Elementary School


You can vote at any county polling location.

Full List of Election Day Voting Locations

Sample Election Ballots
for District 6

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