Welcome to the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City

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Primary Voting Dates                                                                          Election Day Dates           
Primary Election July 19, 2022                                                           Election Day November 8, 2022
Early Voting July 7-14, 2022                                                               Early Voting Oct. 27 - Nov. 3, 2022
Early Voting Centers for the 2022 Election
July 7 2022 to July 14, 2022
7:00 am to 8:00 pm

Westside Skill Center, 4501 Edmondson Ave, Rear of Building, enter on Athol Ave 21229
The League for People with Disabilities, 1111 E Coldspring Ln, 21239
Mount Pleasant Ministries, 6000 Radecke Ave, 21206
Public Safety Training Center, 3500 W Northern Pkwy, enter on Manhattan Ave 21215
Southeast Anchor Library, 3601 Eastern Ave, 21224
University Of Maryland Engagement Center, 16 S Poppleton St, 21201
Patapsco Elem School, 844 Roundview Rd, 21225

We can not do our important work without the support of members like you. You can join the League of Women Voters through individual membership or with a household membership. To learn more about the league take a look at our quarterly newsletter the Voter.
The 2022 Guide to Elected Officials is now available online. Click here to find out who your City, State, and National representatives are. The Guide to Elected Officials is compiled and published as a public service by the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City. If you would like a hard copy mailed  (or several) please send an email request to the League office at [email protected]
Members of the League are very much aware of the increasingly complex and serious concerns which need to be addressed in Baltimore City and this nation. The Baltimore City League encourages everyone to vote. If you're not yet registered to vote visit Vote 411 to complete your voter registration, check your voter registration status, and find out what's on the ballot. 
To register to vote in Maryland you will need a state-issued ID such as a driver's license. 
You must be: 
A U.S. citizen;
A Maryland resident; and
At least 16 years old (although you can’t vote until you turn 18).


Use the online application or
Print and mail the paper application  or
Register in-person at the polling center on Election Day

Questions? Contact your local board of elections the State Board of Elections or visit Vote 411.

This video from the Board of Elections is very helpful, with English and Spanish instructions.

The League of Women Voters of Baltimore City is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government. The League does not support any political candidates or parties. We influence public policy through research, information, and advocacy through the facilitation of civil discourse. The League of Women Voters of Baltimore City supports Automatic Voter Registration, Redistricting, Economic Opportunity, The Environment, and Transportation