Maryland's 2020 Presidential General Election

Maryland’s 2020 Presidential General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3rd

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You can either vote in person during early voting or on election day or by mail-in ballot. NOTE: A Request for mail-in ballot must be received BEFORE 10/20/2020.

Early voting starts the 2nd Thursday before an election through the Thursday before an election. In the primary, each early voting center will be open continuously from 10 am to 8 pm each day. In the general, each early voting center will be open continuously from 8 am to 8 pm each day. Anyone in line at 8 pm will be allowed to vote.

On election day, you can vote at your assigned polling place. If you do not know where your polling place is, please visit our voter look-up website. On election day, polling places are open continuously from 7 am until 8 pm on. Anyone in line at 8 pm will be allowed to vote.

If you are unable to vote during early voting or on election day, you may vote by absentee ballot. Find out more information about mail-in voting.

Early Voting

For the 2020 Presidential General Election, you can vote in person during early voting . Early voting will be held from Thursday, October 22, 2020 through Thursday, October 29, 2020. Early voting centers will be open from 8 am to 8 pm. For more information, please click here.

Please use this list of resources to ensure that you can continue to exercise your right to vote:

If you need to register to vote, click here.

If you are registered to vote and need to check that your address is up to date, click here.

If want to find you polling place, click here.

If you want to register to vote, update their registration information, and request an absentee ballot please, click here

If you want to learn more information about the November 3rd 2020 Presidential General Election, click here.

In The Community

‘A triumph of hope’: Maryland leaders welcome home man sentence at age 15 - The Washington Post

Rachel Chason - Monday, July 8th 2019

Curtis Brooks had been out of prison in Colorado for one week when he arrived at a church in suburban Maryland on Monday, doling out hugs and posing for pictures with U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) and state Sen. Joanne C. Benson (D-Prince George’s).

He’d spent the past 24 years behind bars, after being sentenced to life without parole for his involvement at age 15 in a carjacking that led to a fatal shooting in Aurora, Colo. Another boy pulled the trigger.

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Maryland state Sen. Joanne C. Benson (D-Prince George’s) gives Curtis Brooks, her former pupil, a pat on the head as he returns to Maryland after serving 24 years in prison in Colorado. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)
Maryland state Sen. Joanne C. Benson (D-Prince George’s) gives Curtis Brooks, her former pupil, a pat on the head as he returns to Maryland after serving 24 years in prison in Colorado. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

Unbossed and Standing on Principle

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