Neil Parrott for Congress Coronavirus

Governor Hogan agreed with the Maryland Board of Election's Proposal for a Vote by Mail Only Election.

Governor Hogan agreed with the Maryland Board of Election's Proposal for a Vote by Mail Only Election.

What does that mean for YOU?

What to Expect

  • This election will be a “vote by mail” election. This means all eligible voters will automatically receive a ballot.
  • ​The Ballots will be mailed to the address on file. To verify your address, click here. To change your address or re-enter it, click here.
  • ​Ballots must be returned by mail and postmarked on or before June 2. If you prefer to return your ballot in person, you can do this at designated ballot drop off locations, which will be available from Thursday, May 21st through Tuesday, June 2nd. Your ballot must be dropped off by 8 pm on Tuesday, June 2nd. Make sure your oath is signed or your ballot will not count.
  • ​If you are uncomfortable mailing your ballot, click here to find out how to give it directly to the board of elections.
  • ​There will be locations open on election day to cast provisional ballots.  Even so, long lines at drop off locations the day of the primary election are expected.

Don’t let your vote be stolen – Tips for Success

1. To ensure your vote counts, mail in your ballot and mail it in as soon as possible.   The best option is to vote the day after you get it your ballot.
        a. You won’t have to worry about it.
        b. You won’t lose the ballot.
        c. You will avoid possible long lines.
        d. You will reduce the risk of spreading or contracting coronavirus by voting from the safety of your own home.

  2. Register to vote right away if you need to have the ballot mailed to a different address, to select email or fax to receive your ballot, or to change parties.  It’s easy to do, click here for instructions.

3. Go to a site like ivoterguide.com to look at the candidates in your area.
If you have questions or need any help, please send an email to nallman@neilparrott.org.  We will work to get answers to your questions and will post additional common questions here.
If you have questions or need any help, please send an email to nallman@neilparrott.org.  We will work to get answers to your questions and will post additional common questions here.

Commonly Asked Questions

  • ​What is the deadline to register or register to vote to make sure my ballot goes to the right address?                                                                  May 27th is deadline to register to vote/ change of address/change of party.
  • ​When will my ballot arrive in the mail?                                                 Everyone should receive their ballots during  the week of May 4th.  The exception is for voters who registered or re-register to vote after April 23rd, those will come later.
  • ​What if I lose my ballot or don’t get it for some reason?  Can I get another one?
    Visit the voter look-up website to verify if your local board of elections received your request for a ballot and the status of your absentee ballot. If you have more questions, please contact your local board of elections.
  • ​When will nursing homes be voting, and how will they be voting?    The Board of Elections (BOE)  typically enters nursing homes to aid with voting.  This will  not be permitted this year to minimize the spread of Coronavirus.  The BOE is working with individual directors of nursing homes to ensure residents can vote.
  • ​Are the drop-off locations and election locations the same as were already planned for early voting in our 5 counties?                               One drop-off location will be the county Board of Elections Office.  Other sites will be available in each county. Click here for a list of locations by county.
  • Can I have help voting?
    Yes! Anyone can help you except a candidate on the ballot, your employer, or a union agent or officer.
  • ​How do I return my voted ballot?
    You must mail or hand deliver your voted ballot. You cannot submit your voted ballot online, return it by email or fax. Use the envelope provided- no postage required. 
  • Will this increase the risk of voter fraud?                                         Unfortunately, yes.  Ballots will be mailed to everyone who is on the voter rolls.  This means that people who have moved or passed away will be getting ballots sent to their last known address, which would be easy for the current occupants to turn in fraudulently.  This is a crime with harsh punishments and no one should do this, but it does decrease the integrity of the election.
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