Would you like to vote from home? It is easy to request an mail-in (formerly "absentee") ballot.


Click here to Request Your Mail-In Ballot Online

OR

Here to Print and Return your Mail-In Ballot Request Form


Some FAQs about Mail-In Voting in Maryland

Q: Who may vote by absentee ballot?

A: Any registered voter may vote by mail-in ballot. You do not need a reason to vote by mail.

Q: How do I request a mail-in ballot?

A: You can request a ballot online, by mail, or by visiting your local board of elections.

Q: How will I receive my mail-in ballot?

A: You choose how you want to receive your mail-in ballot. Election officials can mail or fax your ballot to you, or you can download your ballot from a secure link.

Q: How do I return my voted ballot?

A: You must mail or hand-deliver your voted ballot to your local board of elections.


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