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Election 2022

Early Voting Begins Today; Details on How You Can Cast a Ballot

Voters line up to cast ballots in Charles County in 2020. Photo by Angela Breck.

Marylanders will head to early voting centers today, casting their ballots in the July 19 party primaries for governor, comptroller, attorney general and top county leaders.

The entire General Assembly is up for re-election, as well as other positions throughout the state, including local party leaders.

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Early voting centers are open today from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and will remain open daily through July 14.

There are 96 early voting centers in the state, including at least one in every county. Voters can choose to cast a ballot at any early voting location in their home county. You can find a full list of early voting locations here.

Voters who plan to cast ballots in-person on primary election day, July 19, must do so at their assigned polling places, which will be open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. that day.

Mail-in ballots were previously sent out to voters who requested them and can be returned through the July 19 primary date, including at dropboxes throughout the state. A list of dropbox locations is here.

Voters can continue to request mail-in ballots by mail through July 12. The application is here. After that date, mail-in ballots can be picked up at local elections offices.

Completed mail ballots must be postmarked or dropped in a dropbox before 8 p.m. on July 19.

Marylanders who are not currently registered to vote can register during early voting or on Election Day, and vote the same day. Information on registration is here.