The Maryland Primary Election for Republican and Democratic candidates is next Tuesday, June 26.
Results of the voting will determine the candidates on the ballot for the General Election, which will be held Nov. 6.
For that election, the Republican and Democratic candidates will be joined by candidates running independently or from one of the minor parties.
Early voting, which started June 14, ends June 21.
The early voting is going well, according to Gilberto Zelaya, voter outreach coordinator for Montgomery County Board of Elections.
“Early voting is an opportunity to strengthen the franchise and allow citizens to exercise their Constitutional right to vote,” Zelaya said.
On Primary Election Day, there will be about 230 neighborhood precincts open throughout the county from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., Zelaya said.
“Don’t forget to vote,” he said. “It’s an opportunity we want everyone to take advantage of.”