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Maryland voters who have requested a mail-in ballot can expect to receive their ballot beginning at the end of September.
If you chose to receive your ballot by email, you will receive an email with a link that will allow you to print and mail your ballot.


If you chose to receive your mail-in ballot by U.S. Mail, simply follow the instructions with your ballot and return it in the postage-paid return envelope that accompanies your ballot.

Your mail-in ballot must be mailed or dropped in a drop off box location by 8 pm on Election Day, November 3.
If you mail your ballot, it must be postmarked on or before November 3, 2020 to be counted.


Prince George’s County, MD Drop Off Box Locations


Track Your Ballot


Completing Your Ballot
When filling out your ballot, remember to:
● Use Black Ink to Mark your Ballot
● Sign the Return Envelope. Do Not Sign the Ballot.
● Seal your Return Envelope
● Send your Ballot using the Postage-Paid Return Envelope

2020 Election

Voter Information


October 26 - November 2 | 7 am - 8 pm | Sunday - Saturday

Vote During Early Voting (In-Person)

Marylanders who would like to vote in person have the option to vote during the early voting period. Early voting will take place over an eight-day period beginning on Monday, October 26 to Monday, November 2 (including Saturday and Sunday) from 7 am to 8 pm. Voters can cast their vote at any vote center in their county of residence.


Prince George’s County Early Voting Centers:


November 3 | 7 am - 8 pm

Vote on Election Day

To make in-person voting safe, voters will be kept six feet apart and the number of people inside vote centers at one time will be limited. This may result in lines and wait times. The best time to vote in person is on weekends during early voting and between 10 am and 3 pm. On election day, approximately 315 vote centers will be open statewide, including the early voting centers. Voters can cast their vote at any vote center in their county of residence, and residents in the City of Baltimore may cast their vote at any vote center in the city. Your neighborhood polling place probably will not be open on election day, but there should be a vote center near you. Plan ahead to determine which voting center works best for you! 


Vote centers will be open from 7 am to 8 pm on election day.


Prince George’s County Election Day Voting Centers:

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