Who's Voting Early in the Maryland Primary Election?

When to cast your ballot, where to find early voting centers and what unaffiliated voters can vote on in the Maryland primary.

Early voting starts June 12, 2014, in Maryland.
Early voting starts June 12, 2014, in Maryland.
Early voting starts this week for the primary election in Maryland.

Any registered voter may opt to vote early, before the June 24 primary. (Not sure if you're registered? Check here on the state's database.)

Early voting will take place daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 12, until Thursday, June 19, according to the Maryland State Board of Elections. The same hours apply during the weekend.

Ballots vary based on jurisdiction; however, all ballots include candidates for the governor's race. For those who are unaffiliated with a party, there will be a ballot for the nonpartisan Board of Education races, where applicable.

See sample ballots by clicking the links:
Sample ballots for all jurisdictions are available from the Maryland State Board of Elections.

During early voting, there are fewer polling places available than on the regular election day. Find yours:
For all jurisdictions, check here. All sites are handicap-accessible.

You June 10, 2014 at 08:07 AM
@ Roger yeah I noticed the all developers on the ballots too. Imagine: a developer as a politician? They would pave the whole state over and approve every development. Screw those developers.
Nick June 10, 2014 at 08:36 AM
Why bother? Maryland is a lost sate with one party rule. Every candidate is going to raise taxes and spend more. It's like deciding if you want to shoot yourself in the head with a .45 or .44
Kevin Francis Marron June 10, 2014 at 12:56 PM
I am running on my own funds.I have turned down all monies from developers actually everyone that offered was refused so I didn't accidentally take funds funneled through developer employees a trick developers use. Kevin Francis Marron Democrat County Executive promising to stop Rain Tax,Save Open Space and Stop Common Core especially in Baltimore County .I will expose it for what it was this year a $2.1 Million dollar scam that hurt teacher,students,parents and believe it or not Union officials who didn't Know about EdCount.Or that NorthPoint GovCtr was sold for$2.1million to cover up firing of EdCount.Kevin Francis Marron Baltimore County Executive AnOthterKevinF.Marron for Balto.Co.KTNMarrontreasurer
Steve June 10, 2014 at 05:20 PM
I thought only dead people voted early for the democrats
You June 11, 2014 at 03:34 PM
@Steve... Noooo, they use executive command and allow the polls to stay open an extra 4 hours in "certain" neighborhoods, because it rained <cough cough>. Meanwhile they commandeer the city school buses and drive through the neighborhoods knocking on every door and pulling people from their sleep forcing them to vote... no ID or anything required <wink wink> just get on the bus and follow our commands. Oh, YES this did happen during O'Malley's first run for governor and again on Obama's 1st run, B. City pulled out all the old corruption, BC mafia tricks so the "minority" can be heard!


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