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Check the quick links to the right for detailed info about various voting procudures. If you are not finding what you are looking for, please contact us! We're happy to help.
We can be reached Monday-Friday, from 8AM-4PM.
THE EARLY VOTING CENTER LOCATION IS AS FOLLOWS:
ALLEGANY COUNTY OFFICE COMPLEX
701 KELLY ROAD, ROOM 100
CUMBERLAND, MD 21502
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION INFORMATION CENTER (ERIC)
ERIC is a public charity non-profit membership organization comprised of 31 states and the District of Columbia. ERIC’s mission is to assist states in improving the accuracy of America’s voter rolls and increasing access to voter registration for all eligible citizens. View the ERIC FAQ sheet here.
Securing systems and data is a continuous effort in Maryland’s elections community, and the systems and data we use are protected by the industry accepted best practices for critical information systems. We hope that this information is useful and assures you that Maryland’s election officials are serious about protecting our election systems and data and voters can be confident about the integrity of the election process. Visit the Maryland State Board of Elections website for a thorough outline of Election Security practices.
VOTER INTIMIDATION - ATTORNEY GENERAL GUIDANCE
This guidance seeks to inform Maryland voters about activities that are permitted versus prohibited at or near polling places, so that they know the difference and can safely exercise their right to vote. Whether certain conduct constitutes voter intimidation will depend on the specific facts in each case, but if you believe that you have witnessed or experienced voter intimidation, or that such conduct is imminent, please contact the United States Attorney’s Office, District Election Officer, nearest to you. You may contact us, or the State Board of Elections by phone at 410-269-2840 or by email. Finally, if there is violence or a threat of violence at a polling place, call 911 immediately. Read the full document from the Attorney General outlining voter intimidation here.