2022 Election - Maryland Catholic Conference

2022 Election

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

  • Early voting: June 16-23 
  • Election Day: June 28
  • Mail-in ballots: Request by June 21 to receive by US mail; June 24 to receive online; or in person at your local board of elections after


General election

  • Early voting: Oct. 10-Nov. 3
  • Election Day: Nov. 8
  • Mail-in ballots: Request by Nov. 1 to receive by US mail; Nov. 4 to receive online; or in person at your local board of elections after

 

Register

  1. Register to vote by June 7 for the primary election (Not sure if you are registered? Check here)
  2. Choose how you want to vote: by mail, early voting in person (primary: June 16-23), or on Election Day (primary: June 28)

Vote!

Eligible voters have three options to vote in Maryland:

  1. Mail in ballot, request in time: Submit your request by June 21 to receive a ballot by US mail; June 24 for an online ballot; or in person at your local board of elections after thatvotin
  2. Early voting: You must already be registered to vote and may go to any voting center in your county (7 a.m.-8 p.m.)
  3. Election Day: You must go to your assigned polling place. You may register to vote on Election Day, with the proper identification and supplementary materials.