You can request an absentee ballot online if you have a Maryland State driver’s license, or an MVA-issued ID card. Or, you can download the request form and mail it to the Calvert Election Board. Or, you can go to the Calvert Election board and ask for the form.
The Calvert Election Board
For the 2020 Primary Election, your request must be received (not just mailed) by:
For the 2020 General Election, your request must be received (not just mailed) by:
If you miss the deadline, but still want to vote absentee, you or your agent may apply in person at the Calvert Board of Elections, 30 Duke St. in Prince Frederick.
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 Calvert Board of Election office and give it to an election official.
Note: Maryland does not have a permanent Absentee list. If you wish to vote absentee, you must apply for an absentee ballot in each election.
For more information about absentee voting, visit the Maryland State Board of Elections website here.
Any person that is eligible to register to vote can vote during the early voting period.
To register and vote during early voting, go to an early voting center in the county where you live and bring a document that proves where you live. This document can be your MVA-issued license, ID card, or change of address card, or your paycheck, bank statement, utility bill, or other government document with your name and new address. You will be able to register to vote and vote.
Primary Election - Thursday, April 14, 2020 through Thursday, April 21, 2020 from 10 am until 8 pm.
General Election - Thursday, October 23, 2020 through Thursday, October 29, 2020 from 10 am until 8 pm.
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Calvert County is in Maryland Congressional District 5.
In the U.S. Congress, we are currently represented by:
Steny Hoyer (D) in the House of Representatives
Ben Cardin (D) in the Senate
Chris Van Hollen (D) in the Senate
Calvert County contains three districts for the Maryland House of Delegates: 27B, 27C, and 29C.
Calvert County district 27B is currently represented by Michael Jackson (D).
Calvert County district 27C is currently represented by Mark Fisher (R).
Calvert County district 29C is currently represented by Gerald (Jerry) Clark (R).
Calvert County contains two districts for the Maryland Senate: 27 and 29.
Calvert County district 27 is currently represented by Thomas (Mike) Miller (D).
Calvert County district 29 is currently represented by Stephen Waugh (R).
Calvert County contains 3 districts for the Calvert County Board of Commissioners: 1, 2, and 3.
Calvert County district 1 is currently represented by Mike Hart (R).
Calvert County district 2 is currently represented by Pat Nutter (R).
Calvert County district 3 is currently represented by Evan Slaughenhoupt (R) (Vice President).
Calvert County additionally has two members elected to the Board of Commissioners "At Large."
Calvert County Commissioner "At Large:" Tom Hejl (R) (President).
Calvert County Commissioner "At Large:" Steven Weems (R).
By Authority of Calvert County Democratic Central Committee, Beth Swoap, Treasurer