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Congressman Sarbanes Reminds Marylanders of Important Voting Deadlines

September 15, 2020

MARYLAND – In an email sent out by John P. Sarbanes, the Congressman sought to remind Marylanders of important deadlines regarding voting and how to safely cast a ballot.

In his email, Sarbanes said that the Maryland State Board of Elections strongly encourages voters to observe public health guidelines and social distancing recommendations by voting via mail ballot or by voting in person at an early voting center.

More information about how to vote can be found on Sarbanes’ Voting Resources webpage and the Maryland State Board of Elections website.

Important deadline dates:

  • The Voter Registration Deadline: October 13
  • The Deadline to Apply for a Mail Ballot: October 20
  • The Day That Early Voting Begins in Maryland (October 26)

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