How, Where, And When To Vote In Perry Hall

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PERRY HALL - Voters in Perry Hall who applied for mail-in ballots will begin receiving them this week. As election day approaches, here is everything you need to know about voting in this year's midterms.

How can I vote in this year's midterms?

Maryland will again offer a hybrid election format, where voters can vote by mail or in person at a designated polling location.

Polls will be open on election day, November 8, and early voting is available from October 27 through November 3.

Early voting in Perry Hall is available in the Honeygo Run Community Center at 9033 Honeygo Boulevard

A mail-in-ballot drop-off box is also available at the Honeygo Run Community Center at 9033 Honeygo Boulevard

In-person voting is available in the Seven Oaks Elementary School Gym from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on November 8

Is it too late to request a mail-in ballot?

No, Voters can request a mail-in ballot until November 1 or until November 4 for ballots delivered online.

Voters seeking a mail-in ballot must first request one from the state board of elections or their local board. Online ballots must be printed and submitted as a regular mail-in ballot.

Who can I vote for?

Perry Hall residents will have the opportunity to vote in a variety of county and statewide races. The city sits within Baltimore County's district 5, represented by Republican David Marks.

The candidates running for Baltimore County Executive are:

      The candidates running to represent Baltimore County District 5 are:

        The candidates running for Baltimore County state's attorney are:

          The Candidates running for Baltimore County clerk of the court are:

          • Brian A. Campbell, Republican - This candidate has not yet listed their policy positions online.

          The candidates running for Baltimore County register of wills are:

          • Lauren Castro, Republican - This candidate has not yet listed their policy positions online.

            The candidates running for Baltimore County Sheriff are:

              When will I know the results of this year’s midterm elections?

              The timing of election results depends on how many Marylanders cast mail-in ballots this year, but the results are expected to arrive faster than they did in July.

              A recent court decision has allowed Maryland to begin counting mail-in ballots before election day. This should enable the results to be released much earlier than in the past, possibly as soon as November 9.

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