Today is the final day of early voting in Anne Arundel County and Maryland ahead of Tuesday’s election.
Here’s what you need to know:
What time can I start voting today and when does it end?
Polls will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today.
Where can I vote in Anne Arundel County?
There are seven locations:
- Odenton Regional Library
- Glen Burnie Regional Library
- Severna Park Community Library
- Crofton Community Library
- Edgewater Community Library
- “Pip” Moyer Recreation Center in Annapolis
- Anne Arundel Board of Elections, 6740 Baymeadow Dr. in Glen Burnie
What if I haven’t registered yet?
Registering and voting can be done at the same time today, but not on Election Day. You will have to be registered ahead of time to vote on Tuesday. You must be 18 to vote.
How has early voting gone in the county?
More than 9,000 turned out in Anne Arundel (9,188) on Wednesday, bringing the seven-day total to 59,157, according to the state Board of Elections.
In the county, the daily numbers have been strong: 8,448 on Thursday, 8,739 on Friday, 6,895 on Saturday, 6,801 on Sunday, 9,374 on Monday and 9,712 on Tuesday.
What about the state?
Across the state they have seen the following turnouts: 88,578 (Thursday), 82,253 (Friday), 56,597 (Saturday), 55,560 (Sunday), 92,369 (Monday), 93,393 (Tuesday) and 89,407 (Wednesday) for a total 558,157.
What if I still have questions?
Visit the Board of Elections’ website here.