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Update: How To Vote In The April 28 Election In Maryland's 7th Congressional District

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Here's an important update about the April 28 election to choose a successor to the late Rep. Elijah Cummings in Maryland’s 7th Congressional District:

The State Board of Elections has decided there will be three in-person polling centers for people who are not able to vote by mail. 

For Baltimore City voters who live in the 7th Congressional District:

Edmondson High School

501 N. Athol Avenue

Baltimore 21229

 

For Baltimore County voters who live in the 7th Congressional District:

Martin’s West

6817 Dogwood Road

Windsor Mill 21244

 

For Howard County voters who live in the 7th Congressional District:

Howard County Fairgrounds

2210 Fairgrounds Road

West Friendship 21794

 

The voting centers will be open April 28 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

Ballots have been mailed to 7th District voters. To vote, you must return your ballot postmarked no later than April 28. If you don’t receive a ballot in the next few days, contact the Board of Elections to be sure you receive one in time to vote.  Here's how: Check your voter registration status on the State Board of Elections website.  If you do not have internet access, call 1-800-222-8683 and ask a State Board of Elections representative to check your registration.

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