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DC The DC Board of Elections will be sending all registered DC voters! You ONLY need to request an absentee ballot if your current address does not match the one that is registered. If you do need to request an absentee ballot, below we have included the links to the application.
Maryland In order to vote by mail in Maryland you MUST request a ballot. The board of elections will NOT automatically send you a ballot by mail like some other states. There are four ways request a mail-in ballot:
Text “VBM” to 777-88 to fill out your request in English and “VPC” to fill it out in Spanish.
*It is important to know that this option requires that you enter information from a driver’s license, ID, or Learner’s Permit.* Instructions: Upon clicking on this link you will see information on how to use the website. At the bottom of that screen there will be a green button that says “Next.” Click on the “Next” button and you will be forwarded to a new page. The page that you are forwarded to will inform you of your privacy. If you feel comfortable to fill out the form, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the green “Next” button. You will then be forwarded to a page that informs you of the information you need to fill out the form. After reading through the contents of the page, scroll to the bottom and click on the green “Next” button. Now you should see the first step of the ballot request form. The ballot request form is an 11 step process. Be sure to confirm that your information is correct after completing all 11 steps. 3. Fill out the “Maryland Application for an Absentee Ballot” online. Click on this link to access the application: https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/documents/Absentee_Ballot_Application_English.pdf Instructions: Clicking on the link above will forward you to the application. Please download this application in order to fill it out on your computer or print it. You must send this form to your county’s election office after filling it out. You can submit your application by either emailing your county’s election office, mailing it to your county’s election office, or visit their office and drop it off. The application will ask you how you would like to receive your ballot: by mail, fax, or email. If you want your ballot through email, the elections office will email a link to print your ballot a few weeks before the election. It is important to note that your request for a ballot must be in your county’s election office by 8pm on October 27 if you want your ballot mailed or faxed to you and be in the office by 5pm on October 30 if you want your ballot emailed to you. The address, phone number, fax number, and email of election offices in Maryland is available here: https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html 4. Fill out the “Maryland Application for an Absentee Ballot” at your county’s election office. Find their contact information here: https://elections.maryland.gov/about/county_boards.html
Virginia In order to vote by mail in Virginia you MUST request a ballot. The board of elections will NOT automatically send you a ballot by mail like some other states. There are two ways request a mail-in ballot: