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Some Harford voters will begin receiving their mail-in ballots soon

The Maryland State Board of Elections confirmed Monday that voters in a handful of counties, including Harford, who requested mail-in ballots have been sent them, according to a news release.

It should take up to about five days for voters to receive their ballots, which were also sent to voters in Anne Arundel, Howard, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Prince George’s counties.


Voters who still want to request a mail-in ballot may still do so – they have until Nov. 1 to request a ballot to be sent by the U.S. Postal Service and until Nov. 4 to download a mail-in ballot, according to the release.

Mail-in ballots can be requested on the Maryland State Board of Elections website, by filling out a ballot request form or by going to your local board of elections. Harford’s elections office is in Forest Hill.


Voters can return their mail-in ballots via the U.S. Postal Service or at an official ballot drop box in the county they reside in. Ballots can be submitted in a drop box while it’s open until Nov. 8 at 8 p.m.

There are five ballot drop boxes in Harford County:

  • Aberdeen Senior Center, 7 Franklin St., Aberdeen.
  • Edgewood Recreation Center, 1980 Brookside Drive, Edgewood.
  • Harford County Board of Elections, 133 Industry Lane, Forest Hill.
  • Havre De Grace Senior Center, 351 Lewis Lane, Havre de Grace.
  • Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company, 3825 Federal Hill Road, Jarrettsville.
  • McFaul Activity Center, 525 W. MacPhail Road, Bel Air.