2022 Election - Maryland Catholic Conference

2022 Election

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! 

Prepare

 

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.

Plan

Primary election

  • 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


General election

  • 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

  1. Register to vote by June 28 for the primary election and Oct. 18 for the November election
  2. Not sure if you are registered? Check here

Vote!

Eligible voters have three options to vote in Maryland:

  1. Mail-in ballot: Request a mail-in ballot by July 12 or, after that time, request in person from your local board of elections
  2. Early voting: Registered voters may go to any voting center in the voter's own county (7 a.m.-8 p.m.)
  3. 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.