Elections Glade Valley Government 

Frederick County Voters Can Use Vote-By-Mail Application Drop Box for Presidential Election

Voters in Frederick County now have another option to return their vote-by-mail ballot applications to the Board of Elections for the November 3, 2020 Presidential General Election. Rather than make a trip to the post office, a voter can return their vote-by-mail application at the secure drop box at the Frederick County Board of Elections office, 340A Montevue Lane, Frederick. The box is to the right of the office’s front door, and is open 24/7.  Election staff will retrieve applications on a daily basis for processing. The deadline to apply…

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Elections Glade Valley Government 

Voter Registration Deadline TODAY

Frederick County residents who wish to register to vote in the June 2, 2020, Presidential Primary Election are reminded that the deadline for voter registration is 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, May 27, 2020.  The same deadline applies to voters who are already registered and wish to make changes to their name, address, or party affiliation before the Primary Election. In order to become a registered voter and vote in this year’s election, individuals must be U.S. citizens, live in Maryland, and be at least 18 years of age on or…

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Elections 

Frederick County Ballots Mailed for June 2, 2020 Presidential Primary Election Ballot

Frederick County wants you to Vote Safe-Vote at Home-Vote by Mail. Registered and eligible voters will automatically receive a primary election ballot in the mail. There was a delay in the post office delivery of many ballots to Frederick County voters from the Maryland State Board of Elections.  You should receive your ballot no later than next week.  Voters who have not received their ballot by Tuesday, May 19, should notify our office. Due to the difficulty in making a late date change on the ballot, the date printed at…

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Elections Glade Valley Government 

Board of Elections Issues Voting Information for June 2 Primary

All registered and eligible voters in Frederick County and across Maryland will receive ballots in the mail for the June 2 Presidential Primary Election. The Maryland State Board of Elections will mail the ballot to the address on file for every voter. Voters should receive their ballots by mid-May. Voters must be registered with the Democratic or Republican parties to vote for President and most other contests in the June 2 Primary Election. Any voter not registered with either of these parties will only be eligible to vote for Board of…

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