For more information about Absentee voting, visit:
“Absentee Voting: Information and Instructions for the 2016 Presidential Elections”
If you hand deliver your request and the ballots are ready, you can pick up your absentee ballot. You may take your absentee
ballot with you and return it by mail or you can vote it at the local board office and give it to an election official.
If you miss the deadline but still want to vote by absentee ballot, you or your agent must apply in person at your local board
Under the federal Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, military voters and voters who live outside the U.S. can
vote by absentee ballot. If you are a military voter or live outside of the U.S., visit
learn more about absentee voting
Note: Maryland does not have a permanent absentee list. If you wish to vote by absentee ballot, you must apply for an absentee
ballot each primary and general election cycle.