The Metropolitan Washington Council is encouraging all D.C. voters to request a mail-in ballot so that you can vote at home and avoid in-person voting. By doing so, you will ensure your safety and the safety of election workers.
All DC voters should request a mail-in ballot so that you can vote at home during the 2020 election cycle. If you have already requested a mail-in ballot, you do not need to submit another request. There are several ways that you can request a mail-in ballot:
- Paper Form
- Mobile App - Download the Vote 4 D.C. mobile app to your iOS device through this link or to your Android device through this link
- Web Portal
Maryland - All registered and eligible voters will receive a ballot by mail.
The presidential primary election initially scheduled for April 28, 2020, was moved to June 2, 2020. This election will be conducted primarily by mail. Unlike D.C., all registered and eligible voters will be mailed a ballot for this election. You should receive your ballot in early to mid-May. There will be in-person voting for voters who cannot vote by mail. For more information about this election and where voters who cannot vote by mail can vote, please click here.
Maryland voters will be mailed their ballot to the address on file. If you want your ballot sent to another address or download it from our website, please visit the Absentee Voting page. All mailed ballots included a return envelope and prepaid postage.