LWV Baltimore County


Your vote is your power. The officials you vote for determine policies on immigration reform, jobs, health care, education, and more. Voting is your chance to choose and to weigh in on the issues that matter most to you—take a moment to register to vote now!

Your vote matters.

Voting brings us together as Americans – it is the one time when we are all equal. Voting is your opportunity to support your community and have a say in America’s future.

Election Calendars will be posted when they become available.

Find your polling location

There have been changes in polling place assignments. Before the election check your voter notification card for your polling place, or check VOTE411.org. On the VOTE411.org homepage, enter your street address and zip code. You will then use the Maryland Poll Locator to identify your polling place and your congressional, legislative, and councilmanic district numbers.

Vote in person or by mail-in ballot.

To vote in person, go to your local polling location for early voting or on election day.

To request and submit a mail-in ballot, download and print the Mail-in Ballot Application form or Solicitud de Maryland para una papeleta para votar por correo.

Mail-in ballots must be postmarked or placed in a designated ballot drop box by 8 p.m. Nov. 8, 2022 to be counted for the 2022 general election.

Get Involved

Volunteer with the League to promote voter registration and voter outreach. Complete our volunteer form or contact us by calling 410-377-8046, or email [email protected].

Join the League's candidate forums in October to hear from competing candidates.

Learn about the voting system from the Baltimore County Board of Elections.

Report an election problem by calling:
1-866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)
1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (en Español)

Conduct poll evaluations
Poll evaluators visit one or two precincts on election day to verify that the polls are following processes and procedures required by the Board of Elections.The evaluator completes a survey document after the visit, which are returned to the Board of Elections. This helps the BOE identify issues at precincts so they can be corrected in future elections.

Volunteers are trained by the Board of Elections staff. The training takes one to two hours and includes an overview of the election judge training. To volunteer, call the League office at 410-377-8046 or email [email protected].

Options For Voters With Disabilities

Voters with disabilities have the options of either voting in person or voting by mail. Voting centers will have ballot marking devices for use by voters who would have difficulty reading and marking a paper ballot. For those who wish to vote by mail, Maryland offers internet delivery of ballots and an online ballot marking tool. This option is compatible with adaptive technology to enable those with disabilities to access the internet. Internet delivery may be requested on a paper application for a mail-in ballot or in an online application. A printer will be required to use this option. Downloaded ballots cannot be returned via the internet.

Learn about the voting system from the Baltimore County Board of Elections.

Visit VOTE411.org to get personalized election information to help you participate.

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