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Official Democratic Sample Ballot | Find Your Polling Site | Ballot Questions

Make a Plan to Vote

Register to Vote now through October 16 at 9 pm. You can also use this online portal to update your information or request an absentee ballot. Absentee ballot requests must be received by Tuesday, October 30 if you want to receive your ballot by mail or fax or by Friday, November 2 if you want to download your ballot from the State’s website. You can check to make sure your registration is up to date here.

Early Voting for the General Election runs Thursday, October 25 through Thursday, November 1 from 10 am until 8 pm. Find an early voting center near you. Voters can view sample ballots here.

General Election Day is November 6 from 7 am until 8 pm. To find your polling place, use Maryland’s voter look-up website or enter your address into this Polling Place Locator.

Voting Access:

All early voting centers and most polling places are accessible to voters with disabilities. Click here for more information. Election officials are trained to answer questions about the voting process and assist voters with physical disabilities.

The ballot is available in both English and Spanish. Voters may also bring their own interpreter to the polling place to help with the voting process.

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Missed early voting & can't vote at your polling place on Nov 6?

  • Solution: You can still get an absentee ballot.

  • How: Go to Montgomery County Board of Elections through November 6

  • Hours: Friday, November 2 until 5 pm, Saturday & Sunday noon to 4:00 pm, Monday 8:30 to 5:00, Tuesday Election Day 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

  • Where: 18753 N. Frederick Ave, Suite 210, Gaithersburg-- about 1 & 1/2 miles North of Montgomery Village Avenue.

Can’t go in person? You can designate another person as your agent to get the application. Contact Absentee Office. Also, you can download an application from www.777vote.org, or the State Board of Elections’ website, http://elections.maryland.gov.

Democratic Nominees

Official Democratic Sample Ballot click here. Support all the Democratic Nominees up and down the ticket.

2018 Ballot Questions

Follow this link to read the ballot questions. The ballot for the November 2018 Montgomery County election will include five questions: two statewide and three countywide questions. The Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee (MCDCC) Precinct Organization met on September 20th about these ballot questions. They decided to support both the statewide questions and to take no position on the three county questions. Their decisions on each question are noted within the article.