League of Women Voters of Montgomery County, MD
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What’s a primary election? A voting opportunity to choose party candidates for the November general election.
Must I register to vote in the primary? Yes, by June 5, 2018. Learn more.
What We're Keeping an Eye On….
Names of candidates and races in the primary election: See the Maryland Board of Elections list of candidates at all governmental levels. For non-partisan information on candidates use our LWV voters online guide. Hard copies of the Guide available end of May; request a primary election copy until May 4.
What www.vote411 and the Voters' Guide Can Do for You
- Non-partisan and unbiased information
- Candidates’ “in their own words” responses to questions posed by LWV--side by side for comparison
- Candidates’ websites and social media pages
- Use www.vote411.org to mark and print your personalized ballot for use at the polls
How it works
01 Get familiar with your ballot
02 Know the candidates’ positions
03 Make a plan
- mark the sample ballot sent you by the Board of Elections or print your ballot using www.vote411.org
- find your polling place (use www.vote411.org)
- choose a time to vote – 3 ways to vote – Early Voting June 14-21; vote by mail or absentee; vote on Election Day June 26