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Voting By Mail In the Free State

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As Maryland adapts to a new way of life during the coronavirus pandemic, residents will also adapt to a new way of voting. The June 2nd primary election will be held by mail. Advocates Sam Novey, of Baltimore Votes and the National Conference on Citizenship, and Nykidra Robinson, of Black Girls Vote, join us to answer questions about the process.

You can register for tonight's mayoral forum, co-hosted by Black Girls Vote and the Baltimore NAACP, here

For more information about the "Party at the Mailbox" campaign, click here. The "Ask Every Student" toolkit is available here. The Baltimore Votes hotline is 410-844-4859.

Resources:
Maryland State Board of Elections
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aryland's Online Voter Registration System
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AQs from the State Board of Elections
List of in-person voting and drop-off sites

In Baltimore City, the voting centers are:
Mount Pleasant Church & Ministries
Edmondson High School
University of Maryland at Baltimore Community Engagement Center
Dr. Carter G. Woodson School #160

Voters can also drop off ballots at the Baltimore City Board of Elections.

Sheilah Kast is the host of On The Record, Monday-Friday, 9:30-10:00 am.
Maureen Harvie is senior producer for On the Record. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and joined WYPR in 2014 as an intern for the newsroom. Whether coordinating live election night coverage, capturing the sounds of a roller derby scrimmage, interviewing veterans, or booking local authors, she is always on the lookout for the next story.