In 2022, Marylanders will vote for governor, new state senators and delegates, a U.S. Senator, and U.S. Representatives. Not only that, but some state and congressional legislative districts have new boundaries as part of the redistricting process that follows a US Census. Please use this toolkit to help your parishioners throughout the elections!
- Use our parish election resources
- Follow the political responsibility guidelines for parishes | Spanish
- Form your conscience: Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship | Spanish and Faithful Citizenship summary flyers: Part 1 | Spanish and Part 2 | Spanish
- Pray this novena for Faithful Citizenship | Spanish
The Maryland Catholic Conference will conduct a candidate survey - Governor, General Assembly and US Congress - prior to the primary and general elections. Results will be published on this page about 5 weeks prior to the elections and shared with parishes and diocesan publications.
- Register to vote: by June 28
- Early voting: July 7-14
- Election Day: July 19
- Mail-in ballots: Request by June 28 or in person at your local board of elections after
- Register to vote: by Oct. 18
- Early voting: Oct. 27-Nov. 3
- Election Day: Nov. 8
- Mail-in ballots: Request by Nov. 1 or in person at your local board of elections after
- Register to vote by June 28 for the primary election and Oct. 18 for the November election
- Not sure if you are registered? Check here
Eligible voters have three options to vote in Maryland:
- Mail-in ballot: Request a mail-in ballot by July 12 or, after that time, request in person from your local board of elections
- Early voting: Registered voters may go to any voting center in the voter's own county (7 a.m.-8 p.m.)
- Election Day: In-person, election day voters must go to their assigned polling place. You may register to vote on Election Day, with the proper identification and supplementary materials.