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BALTIMORE COUNTY— If you didn’t know already, 2020 is an election year.

There are several ways you can exercise your right to vote and the Avenue News has compiled all the information you need to know to make sure your ballot is counted for the 2020 Presidential General Election.

How to Vote

Early Voting

Early Voting begins Monday, October 26, 2020 through Monday, November 2, 2020. Early Voting locations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day during this period, including weekends.

Local early voting locations include;

  • Honeygo Run Community Center- 9033 Honeygo Boulevard Perry Hall, Maryland 21128
  • Victory Villa Community Center 404 East Compass Road Middle River, Maryland 21220
  • Chesapeake High School 1801 Turkey Point Road Essex, Maryland 21221
  • Eastern Technical High School 1100 Mace Avenue Essex, Maryland 21221
  • Honeygo Elementary School 4816 East Joppa Road Perry Hall, Maryland 21128
  • Honeygo Run Community Center 9033 Honeygo Boulevard Perry Hall, Maryland 21128
  • Parkville High School 2600 Putty Hill Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21234
  • Perry Hall High School 4601 Ebenezer Road Nottingham, Maryland 21236
  • Red House Run Elementary School 1717 Weyburn Road Rosedale, Maryland 21237
  • Victory Villa Community Center 404 Compass Road East Middle River, Maryland 21220
  • Vincent Farms Elementary School 6019 Ebenezer Road White Marsh, Maryland 21162

Vote by Mail

You can request your mail-in ballot online at the Baltimore County Board of Elections website. You will not need a stamp to return your ballot—the envelope will already have postage on it. Voters simply need to fill out their ballot, sign the oath on the envelope and place it back in the mail.

Vote by Drop Box

If you would like to drop off your voted ballot at a physical location instead of mailing it, please make use of our secure voted ballot drop boxes. Drop boxes are available 24 hours a day leading up to Election Day—Tuesday, November 3. The boxes will be locked and will not accept ballots after 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3.

Drop boxes will be available outside of all Early Voting centers as well as the following locations:

Starting Friday, October 2:

  • Honeygo Run Community Center 9033 Honeygo Boulevard Perry Hall, Maryland 21128
  • Victory Villa Community Center 404 Compass Road East Middle River, Maryland 21220

Starting Saturday, October 24:

  • Chesapeake High School 1801 Turkey Point Road Essex, Maryland 21221
  • Eastern Technical High School 1100 Mace Avenue Essex, Maryland 21221
  • Honeygo Elementary School 4816 East Joppa Road Perry Hall, Maryland 21128
  • Parkville High School 2600 Putty Hill Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21234
  • Perry Hall High School 4601 Ebenezer Road Nottingham, Maryland 21236

Vote in Person

For those who are unable to mail in a ballot or would prefer to vote in person, the County will have 42 voting centers available on Election Day only. Social distancing guidelines will be enforced.

Voting Center Locations

Voting centers will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3.

  • Eastern Technical High School 1100 Mace Avenue Essex, Maryland 21221
  • Honeygo Elementary School 4816 East Joppa Road Perry Hall, Maryland 21128
  • Honeygo Run Community Center 9033 Honeygo Boulevard Perry Hall, Maryland 21128
  • Parkville High School 2600 Putty Hill Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21234
  • Perry Hall High School 4601 Ebenezer Road Nottingham, Maryland 21236
  • Red House Run Elementary School 1717 Weyburn Road Rosedale, Maryland 21237
  • Victory Villa Community Center 404 Compass Road East Middle River, Maryland 21220
  • Vincent Farms Elementary School 6019 Ebenezer Road White Marsh, Maryland 21162

Election Schedule

Voter Registration Deadline:

Tuesday, October 13. The office remains open until 5 p.m. for the registration deadline.

Public Demonstration of Voting Equipment:

Monday, October 19, at 9 a.m.

Early Voting for Presidential General Election:

Monday, October 26 to Monday, November 2

Presidential General Election:

Tuesday, November 3

Mail-In Ballot Canvass:

Monday, October 12, at 10 a.m.

Provisional Ballot Canvass:

Wednesday, November 11, at 10 a.m.

Final Canvass Day and Certification:

Thursday, November 12, at 10 a.m. (subject to change)

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