2022 Election - Maryland Catholic Conference

2022 Election

Marylanders will vote for governor, new state senators and delegates, a U.S. Senator, and U.S. Representatives, and other offices. Use our resources — and review responses to our candidate surveys — before you vote! web_buttons-mcc_clear.png

Register to Vote 

...and check your voting district so you know who you can vote for - boundaries have changed for several districts!

 

Key dates:

  • June 28: register to vote
  • July 7-14: early voting
  • By July 19: Mail or hand-deliver your completed ballot to a voting location, ballot drop off box or your local board of elections
  • July 19: Election Day

 

Inform Your Conscience

Prayerfully inform your conscience to help you discern your vote

 

Learn about the Candidates

The Maryland Catholic Conference sent a survey to more than 500 primary election candidates for Maryland Governor, General Assembly, U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House of Representatives. The survey consisted of five questions ("agree" or "disagree") and an invitation to provide a short statement. 

Click to confirm your congressional and state voting districts and then review the responses from candidates in your districts. (If they didn't answer, consider letting them know this survey is important to you as a constituent.)

Candidate Survey Responses

Find Your Voting Districts

District boundaries have changed. If you aren't sure which congressional or state districts where you vote, click here.


The Maryland Catholic Conference does not endorse or oppose any candidate, under any circumstance, and no inference of endorsement or opposition should be concluded as a result of the information provided here.


U.S. Senate (statewide voting)

U.S. Senate

U.S. House of Representatives

Click to review & download PDF

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Maryland Governor

The Maryland Catholic Conference does not endorse or oppose any candidate, under any circumstance, and no inference of endorsement or opposition should be concluded as a result of the information provided here.

Maryland Governor

Candidate responses for the gubernatorial election submitted by June 17 are also included with each State District summary. Responses received after that date have been added to the page linked above.


State Districts

The Maryland Catholic Conference does not endorse or oppose any candidate, under any circumstance, and no inference of endorsement or opposition should be concluded as a result of the information provided here.


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State Districts

The Maryland Catholic Conference does not endorse or oppose any candidate, under any circumstance, and no inference of endorsement or opposition should be concluded as a result of the information provided here.


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The Maryland Catholic Conference does not endorse or oppose any candidate, under any circumstance, and no inference of endorsement or opposition should be concluded as a result of the information provided here.


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Vote!

Eligible voters have three options to vote in Maryland:

  • Mail-in ballot: Request a mail-in ballot by July 12 (these can be mailed in or dropped off at voting sites or ballot drop boxes)
  • 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, with the proper identification and supplementary materials.

Montgomery and Prince George's counties provide election materials in English and Spanish. Contact your local board of elections to check your region.