No Ballot - What do I do now?

No Ballot - What do I do now?

Attn: Baltimore City Voters:
If you have already received your ballot, please complete it, sign it, and return it by mail or return it to a drop box:  
Mail-In Voting
Fill out your ballot using a black pen, sign the oath on the return envelope, and mail it back by June 2.  Make sure your ballot is postmarked by June 2.  Any ballots postmarked after June 2 will not be counted. 
Drop Box Voting
Instead of mailing your ballot, you have the option to drop it in a secure ballot drop box between May 21-June 2. There are several drop-box locations throughout Baltimore City.  Click here to see the list of drop-box locations. All ballots must be in the drop box by 8 pm on June 2.    
 
Attn: Baltimore City Voters:
If you have NOT received your ballot, you have two options:  Request an email ballot by May 29th or go vote in person.  
Request a ballot be emailed to you 

To request a ballot to be emailed to you, click here. If you request an email ballot, you will need access to a printer. If you choose to print and mail your ballot, you must provide your own envelope and stamp. Remember to postmark your ballot by or before June 2nd

Email ballots may be dropped off at a designated drop-off location. All drop-off locations are listed here. To have your ballot counted, it must be dropped off by Tuesday, June 2nd at 8 PM.

 
In-Person Voting
Voters may go to a vote center and vote in-person.  In-person voting will be available on June 2 from 7 am to 8 pm.  There are 6 voting centers throughout Baltimore City.  Persons who are not registered and want to vote, may register and vote at any of the voting centers with valid identification. Click here to see the list of voting centers.