Maryland Primary Election June 2, 2020
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Maryland Primary Election June 2, 2020

This election will be primarily a “vote by mail” election. This means that all eligible voters will automatically receive a ballot in the mail. You should receive your ballot in early to mid May. You do not need to ask for a ballot to receive one.

Election officials will mail your ballot to the address on file. If you want your ballot mailed to another address or download it from our website, please visit the Absentee Voting page https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html. All mailed ballots included a return envelope and prepaid postage.

  • To reduce the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus, we recommend that voters who can vote by mail do so. Voted ballots must be postmarked on or before Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
  • Voters who prefer to drop off their ballots can do so at designated ballot drop off locations from Thursday, May 21, 2020 through Tuesday, June 2, 2020: https://elections.maryland.gov/elections/2020/20_PP_Vote%20Centers_and_Drop%20off%20Locations.pdf
  • If you are unable to vote by mail, you may vote in-person on election day, June 2, 2020, at one of the following locations, 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.:

Germantown Community Recreation Center 18905 Kingsview Road Germantown, MD 20874

Marilyn J. Praisner Community Recreation Center 14906 Old Columbia Pike Burtonsville, MD 20866

Silver Spring Civic Building at Veterans Plaza One Veterans Place Silver Spring, MD 20910

Activity Center at Bohrer Park Social Hall 506 S. Frederick Avenue Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Wheaton Library & Community Recreation Center 11701 Georgia Avenue Wheaton, MD 20902

Rockville City Hall 111 Maryland Avenue Rockville, MD 20850

Montgomery County Board of Elections 18753 N. Frederick Avenue Gaithersburg, MD 20879

Independent, Democratic and Republican voters will all have two Board of Education races on the ballot, Board of Education At Large and Board of Education District 4. Board of Education seats are nonpartisan, and there is a lot at stake in these elections.

Board of Education At Large, Vote for 1 of the 13 candidates on this ballot; the top two vote getters will face each other in the General Election in November.

Candidates:

Mitra Ahadpour, Stephen Austin, Anil Chaudhry, Sunil Dasgupta, Paul Geller, Jay Guan, Lynne Harris, Collins Odongo, Dalbin Osorio, Cameron Rhode, Darwin Romero, Pavel Sukhobok, Lumpoange Thomas

Board of Education District 4, Vote for 1 of the three candidates on this ballot; the top two vote getters will face each other in the General Election in November.

Shebra Evans (incumbent), Ehren Park Reynolds, Steve Solomon

Voters registered as Republicans or Democrats will also vote for their candidate for U.S. President.