Early voters flocked to the ballot box in Maryland this year. Over 450,000 have already cast a ballot.
Media outlets are reporting that this year's early voting turnout surpassed 2014 numbers in Maryland by Day 5 of an 8-day early voting period. With one more full day to go (Nov. 1 is the last day), Maryland continues to shatter the record with its robust voter activity. The question is, does this mean more people are voting, or are they just shifting how and when they vote? The answer remains to be seen!
Courtesy of the Worcester County Board of Elections
When and Where Can I Vote Early in Maryland?
The last day for early voting in the Maryland General Election is November 1, 2018 (open 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.). Any person who is eligible to register to vote can vote early.
For 2018, there are 79 early voting locations throughout the state. If you are eligible, you can vote in any early voting center in the county where you live. Click here to see the full list of 2018 early voting sites for Maryland.
How do I vote during early voting?
The process is exactly the same as voting on a regular election day. You check in with the location officials, receive your instructions, and cast your ballot. Election judges will be on hand to assist you if you need help with anything.
For more information on voting early in Maryland, visit the Maryland State Board of Elections website.
Did you vote early in Maryland this year? How did the process work out for you? Let us know in the comments below.