Rep. Sarbanes Reminds Maryland Voters of Registration Deadline on October 13

BALTIMORE, MD – U.S. Representative John Sarbanes reminded his constituents via email that Maryland's voter registration deadline is on Tuesday, October 13.

Rep. Sarbanes noted in his email message that Maryland offers several ways to register to vote:

  • Register Online: You can register to vote using Maryland's online registration portal. (Must be submitted by 9 PM on October 13.)
  • Register By Mail: You can mail a voter registration application to the Maryland State Board of Elections or you can mail it to your county Board of Elections(Must be postmarked by October 13.)
  • Register In Person: If you miss the October 13 voter registration deadline, you can register to vote at any early voting site or at any Election Day voting center. To register in person, you must present proof of Maryland residence using any of the following items:
    • A Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration-issued driver's license;
    • A Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration-issued ID card or change-of-address card; or
    • A bank statement, paycheck, utility bill or other government document with your name and address listed on it.

More information about how to register to vote is available online: https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html

Also, a quick word on voting by mail: If you plan to vote by mail this fall, you must apply for a mail ballot by October 20.

  • You can apply for a mail ballot online if you have a Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration-issued ID or driver's license.
  • You can also apply by mail. The Maryland State Board of Elections is automatically sending mail ballot applications to registered voters. You can complete this application and return it in person to your local election board or you can mail the application to your local election board. (NOTE: THE STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS RECOMMENDS THAT YOU MAIL YOUR APPLICATION BY OCTOBER 15 TO ENSURE IT IS RECEIVED BY THE PROCESSING DEADLINE.)

Sarbanes said via email, “For more information on how to vote safely and securely this fall, please visit my website. You can also visit the Maryland State Board of Elections website, which includes answers to many frequently asked questions.

“If you or your families need help accessing federal benefits or navigating federal agencies, please call my office at 410-832-8890 or send me an email. My staff and I will be happy to assist you.”


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