Make a plan to VOTE and stick to it

Make sure you have a plan, and stick to it!

Life happens. Be prepared! Don’t wait until Tuesday, November 6th to vote. Vote early to ensure your voice is heard and have a back up plan in case it doesn’t work out.

Going out of town? Vote before you go. Car troubles lately? Lock in your vote early. Don’t take your right to vote for granted. It’s all we have left in the era of Trump.

First Day of Early Voting: Thursday, October 25th
Polls open from 10 am to 8 pm

STEP 1: Choose your location
STEP 2: Choose your date
STEP 3: Choose your time
STEP 4: Bring your friends and family
STEP 5: Make a back-up plan

CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION:
Early voting locations are spread throughout Anne Arundel County. You can vote at ANY location regardless of where you live. Vote on your lunch break at work, on your way home from work, or on the weekend – just choose a location that is convenient for your. They will have the correct ballot for you at all locations.

  • Glen Burnie Library map
  • Odenton Library map

  • Board of Elections, Glen Burnie map

  • Pip Moyer Center, Annapolis map

  • Edgewater Library map

  • Crofton Library map

  • Severna Park Library map

CHOOSE YOUR DATE:

CHOOSE YOUR TIME:

Polls are open from 10 am to 8 pm. You can walk in and vote, no appointment necessary.

 

BRING FRIENDS AND FAMILY:

Bring your kids, your neighbors, coworkers, parents – bring everyone you know to the polls with you. Just because you’re voting doesn’t mean they plan to vote.

Anyone can register to vote at Early Voting. If you know someone who has not yet registered, or who moved and needs to update their address, bring them to Early Voting and they can vote!

Also, ask them to read up on our candidates here before they go.

MAKE A BACK UP PLAN:

Life happens. Be prepared! Don’t wait until Tuesday, November 6th to vote. Vote early to ensure your voice is heard. If you plan to go after work one day and something comes up, have a back up plan.

FIRST TIME VOTING?

If you’ve never voted before, or if it’s been a while, you might need a photo ID. If you don’t have one you should go to vote anyway.

When you arrive to vote, park and go in the main entrance of the facility. There will be signs to guide you where to go. Stop at the first table to check in. They’ll ask for your name and address.

From there you will be guided to a table where you will receive your ballot. They will give you the ballot specific to your address with your precinct and district information.

Then you will go to a private voting booth where you will fill out a paper ballot with a pen that is provided to you. After you vote for every single office on the ballot, front and back you’ll go to the voting machine and insert your ballot.

That’s it! You’re done. You have participated in democracy and stood up for candidates who will fight for the things that matter to you.

Thank you! 

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