State Announces Three In-Person Voting Locations for Special Election

State Board announces three in-person voting locations for the upcoming 7th Congressional District special election.

democrats-3594094_1920The Maryland State Board of Elections today announced that Local Boards of Elections have selected three in-person voting centers for the April 28th 7th Congressional District special election. The locations are in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Howard County.

As previously reported on Conduit Street, the 7th District special general election will be conducted by mail, with limited in-person voting locations available for those who are unable to vote by mail.

The Board continues to urge all 7th District voters to vote by mail. The State Board mailed ballots to all eligible active voters in early April, along with return envelopes and prepaid postage. Voters do not need to affix postage to their envelopes.

According to the State Board of Elections:

If a voter is unable to vote by mail, the following in-person voting centers will be open April 28th from 7 am to 8 pm.

For Baltimore City voters who live in the 7th Congressional District:

Edmondson High School

501 N. Athol Ave.

Baltimore, Maryland 21229

For Baltimore County voters who live in the 7th Congressional District:

Martin’s West

6817 Dogwood Road

Windsor Mill 21244

For Howard County voters who live in the 7th Congressional District:

Howard County Fairgrounds

2210 Fairgrounds Road

West Friendship 21794

“I want to thank election officials in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Howard County for moving swiftly to identify these locations,” said Linda H. Lamone, administrator of state elections. “These centers are being made available on April 28th for voters who are unable to vote by mail. We strongly encourage all other voters to vote safely and conveniently by mail.”

The 7th Congressional District includes parts of Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Howard County. There are approximately 510,000 registered voters in the 7th Congressional District.

Almost half of the voters in the 7th Congressional District live in Baltimore City (214,000 voters). Approximately 142,000 voters live in Baltimore County, and approximately 127,000 live in Howard County.

Anyone wishing to check their voter registration status can do so on the State Board of Elections website at https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/VoterSearch. Residents without internet access may call 1-800-222-8683 and ask a State Board of Elections representative to check your registration.

For the latest election information, please visit www.elections.maryland.gov.

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