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Maryland Voter Resources

The 2020 Election is right around the corner. With the COVID-19 pandemic and issues with mail-in voting creating complications for this historic election, we want to make sure your voice is heard.

It's essential that all MAJ members and supporters of the civil justice system ensure that their vote counts.

We are providing resources for members to get involved in their communities and facilitate participation in this election at the local, state and federal level.

Voter Registration

Maryland offers online voter registration. You can also register by mail to vote in Maryland by printing a voter registration form, filling it out and mailing it to your local election office. You can also register to vote in person if you prefer.

Use the Voter Information Lookup Service to check your current registration to:

  • Review your voter registration record
  • Request a duplicate voter registration card
  • Find out where to vote
  • Find out your voting districts
  • Find out your local board of elections
  • See the status of your absentee or provisional ballot
  • View your sample ballot

Through Maryland's voter registration portal, you can also change your voter registration address and request a mail-in ballot. If you intend to vote by mail, we are recommending voters request their mail-in ballots as soon as possible due to recent issues with mail delays.

Become a Election Judge

MAJ is encouraging all who are able to volunteer as election judges. The role of an election judge is to ensure fair and accessible elections for all voters and to protect the integrity of the election process. In accordance with federal and state law, they must perform all of the duties assigned by their local Board of Elections and perform their duties faithfully, diligently and without partiality or prejudice.

Under Maryland law, you can serve as an election judge if you are: 

  • Age 16 or older
  • A registered voter in Maryland
  • Physically and mentally able to work at least a 15-hour day
  • Willing to work outside your home precinct
  • Able to sit and/or stand for an extended period
  • Able to speak, read, and write English

Sign Up to Protect the Vote

The American Association for Justice's Voter Protection Action Committee is also coordinating with national and state organizations to identify lawyers, paralegals and law students who can protect the vote by being poll workers, poll monitors and call center volunteers all over the country. If you are interested in participating in their program, please take a minute to sign up.