General election is on Nov. 06, 2018.
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Register to vote by downloading the voter registration form at Get the form,
OR Call the State Board of Elections (410-269-2840) to request an application,
OR Call your local boards of election to request an application.
Get your polling place at Polling Place Lookup.
Get your sample ballot at: Sample Ballot Lookup.
Early voting starts the second Saturday before Election Day Early voting centers are open from 10 am until 8 pm every day of early voting except on Sundays; on Sundays, they are open from 12pm to 6pm. and ends the Thursday before Election Day.
Voters registration deadline
- In-Person: 21 days before Election Day or during early voting between 13 to 5 days before Election Day.
- By Mail: 21 days before Election Day.
- Online: 21 days before Election Day.
Note: You can register to vote in-person during early voting (October 27-November 3, 2016). If you can’t register by the close of voter registration (October 18, 2016), go to an early voting center in the county where you live and bring a document that proves where you live. This document can be your MVA-issued license, ID card, or change of address card, or your paycheck, bank statement, utility bill, or other government document with your name and new address
President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018
Senator: The Democratic candidate running for the US Senate is: Ben Cardin Incumbent.
US Congress: The Democratic candidate running for the US House in 2018 are:
District 1:Jesse Colvin; District 2: Dutch Ruppersberger Incumbent; District 3:John Sarbanes Incumbent; District 4:Anthony Brown (I); District 5: Steny Hoyer Incumbent; District 6: David Trone; District 7:Elijah Cummings Incumbent; District 8:Jamie Raskin Incumbent.
State Level –
State Executive Level
Governor: The Democratic candidate running for Governor is: Ben Jealous
Lt. Governor: The Lt. Gov. runs as a mate of the Governor.
Atty. General: The Democratic candidate running for Atty. General is Brian Frosh (I)
State Congressional Level: Please return to this site after the primary for more information.
All 47 Senate seats are up for election in 2018. Maryland state senators serve 4 year terms, with all seats up for election every four years.
District 3:Ronald Young (I); District 4:Jessica Douglass; District 5:Jamie O’Marr; District 6:Buddy Staigerwald; District 7:Donna Hines; District 8:Katherine Klausmeier (I); District 9:Katie Hester; District 10:Delores Kelley (I); District 11:Robert Zirkin (I); District 12;Clarence Lam;District 13:Guy Guzzone (I); District 14:Craig Zucker (I); District 15:Brian Feldman (I); District 16:Susan Lee (I); District 17:Cheryl Kagan (I); District 18:Jeff Waldstreicher; District 19:Benjamin Kramer; District 20:Will Smith (I); District 21:Jim Rosapepe (I); District 22;Paul Pinsky (I);District 23:Douglas Peters (I); District 24:Joanne Benson (I); District 25:Melony Griffith; District 26:Melony Griffith; District 27:Thomas Miller Jr. (I); District 28:Arthur Ellis; District 29:Thomas Brewer; District 30:Sarah Elfreth; District 31:Scott Harman; District 32;Pamela Beidle; District 33:Eve Hurwitz; District 34:Mary-Dulany James; District 36:Heather Sinclair; District 37:Holly Wright; District 38:James Mathias Jr. (I); District 39:Nancy King (I); District 40:Antonio Hayes;District 41:Jill Carter; District 42;Robbie Leonard;District 43:Mary Washington; District 44:Shirley Nathan-Pulliam (I); District 45:Cory McCray; District 46:William Ferguson IV (I); District 47:Malcolm Augustine;
State House of Representatives:
All 141 House seats are up for election in 2018. Maryland state delegates serve 4 year terms, with all seats up for election every four years.
Please vote for the Democratic candidate that represents you, in the State House of Representatives.
|2018 Maryland School Board Elections|
|District||Primary Election||General Election||Runoff Election||Regular term length||Seats up for election||Total board seats||2015-16 enrollment|
|Baltimore County Public Schools||6/26/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||7||12||111,138|
|Cecil County Public Schools||N/A||11/6/2018||N/A||4||3||5||15,859|
|Frederick County Public Schools||6/26/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||7||40,655|
|Harford County Public Schools||N/A||11/6/2018||N/A||4||6||9||37,448|
|Howard County Public Schools||6/26/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||7||54,870|
|Montgomery County Public Schools||6/26/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||7||156,380|
|Prince George’s County Public Schools||6/26/2018||11/6/2018||N/A||4||4||13||128,936|
There is only 1 municipal election in 2018 in Maryland
- Baltimore, Maryland – State’s attorney, clerk of the circuit court, register of wills, and sheriff