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  • published Register to Vote in A Guide to Elected Officials 2021-04-16 14:00:58 -0400

    Register to Vote

    VOTING IN BALTIMORE
    You must register to vote. You may register to vote in Baltimore City if you are a U.S. citizen and you reside in Baltimore City. You may register when you turn 16 years old and can vote in the general election and the primary election preceding it if you will be 18 years old by the date of the general election. The Maryland State Board of Elections manages our elections and implements changes in the law. There is another opportunity for the legislature to change the law before the 2022 elections. Members are appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Senate of Maryland. Contact the Board for updated election and voter registration information (410 269-2840). https://elections.maryland.gov/about/index.html. That office will have the dates for the close
    of registration and for early voting as well as any changes in the administration of the next election.

    For voter registration applications, and to see the list of State agencies where you can fill out your application, go online to
    (https://elections.maryland.gov/voter_registration/index.html). You can pick up applications in person at all post offices, MVA offices, and at the Baltimore City Board of Elections at 417 E.Fayette Street. If you have a valid Maryland-issued State ID number or driver’s license number, you may register to vote online.

    You may register to vote in Baltimore City at an early voting center during early voting and at any election day voting center on election day. You can then vote in that election. We encourage you to register early to avoid lines during early voting or on election day. After you register, you will be mailed a Voter Notification Card which will show your precinct number and polling place. You may check your registration at https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/VoterSearch. Any registered voter may vote by mail-in ballot by the date set for that election by the State Board of Elections. To request a mail-in ballot you must first complete a mail-in ballot application, which can be completed online or downloaded from the State Board of Elections website:https://elections.maryland.gov/voting/absentee.html.

    If mail delivery of a printed ballot would not be practical for you, you may also request delivery of your ballot via the internet from the State Board of Election website. Note, however, that a ballot delivered via the internet cannot be scanned directly, but must be hand-copied onto a standard ballot for scanning. Up to date election information and mail-in ballots are also available at the Baltimore City Board of Elections, 417 E. Fayette Street, Room #129, Baltimore, Maryland, or by calling (410-396-5550), writing, or going in person. Your request for a mail-in ballot must be received at the Board of Elections no later than seven days before an election. After
    that, you must complete an application at the Board of Elections.


  • published A Guide to Elected Officials 2021-04-16 14:00:26 -0400

    A Guide to Elected Officials

    Guide to Elected Officials

    This list is compiled and published as a public service by the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City


    National Offices

    Term of office 4 Years (2021 - 2024) President, Joseph Biden (D) The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20500

    Term of office 4 Years (2021 - 2024) Vice President, Kamala Harris (D) The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20500

    (202) 456-1111

    Senators (Term 6 years)

    Benjamin L. Cardin (D); 509 Hart Senate Office Bldg., Washington, DC 20510 /202-224-4524 Local 410-962-4436 Term (2021 - 2025)

    www.cardin.senate.gov

    Chris Van Hollen (D); 110 Hart Senate Office Bldg., Washington, DC 20510 / 202- 224- 4654 Local http://vanhollen.senate.gov

    Term (2021 - 2023)

    Representatives (Term 2 years)

    2nd Congressional District 

    Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger (D); 2206 Rayburn House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 / 202-225-3061 Local 410-628-2701 Term (2021 - 2023) www.ruppersberger.house.gov

    3rd Congressional District

    John Sarbanes (D); 2370 Rayburn House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 / 202-225-4016 Local 410-832-8890 Term (2021 - 2023)

    www.sarbanes.house.gov

    7th Congressional District

    Kweisi Mfume (D); 2263 Rayburn House Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20515 / 202-225-4741 Local 410-685-9199 Term (2021 - 2023)

    www.mfume.house.gov


    City Officials Elected for four years

    City Hall, 100 N. Holliday St. Baltimore, Md. 21202

    Mayor: Brandon Scott (D) Term ends. Dec. 2024 / Office of the Mayor, 250 City Hall 410-396-3835 mayor.baltimorecity.gov/contact-mayor

    City Council President: Nick Mosby (D) Terms ends. Dec. 2024 / 400 City Hall 410-396-4804 [email protected]

    https://www.baltimorecitycouncil.com/council-members

    Comptroller: Bill Henry (D) Term ends. Dec. 2024/ 204 City Hall, 410-396-4755 comptroller.baltimorecity.gov/contact

    State's Attorney: Marilyn J. Mosby (D) Term ends Dec. 2022/ 120 E. Baltimore St., 9th Floor Baltimore, Md. 21202 443-984-6000

    [email protected] web. www.stattorney.org

    Sheriff: John W. Anderson (D) Term ends. Dec. 2022/ Baltimore City Sheriff's Office, 100 N. Calvert St. Room 104, Balt., Md. 21202

    410-396-1155 sheriff.baltimore.gov/sheriff-contact


    City Council Members

    Elected for four years Terms end December 2024                      

    https://www.baltimorecitycouncil.com/about

    District 1 Zeke Cohen 410-396-4821 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 513

    District 2 Danielle McCray 410-396-4808 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 525

    District 3 Ryan Dorsey 410-396-4812 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 523

    District 4 Mark Conway 410-396-4830 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 550

    District 5 Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer 410-396-4819 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 511

    District 6 Sharon Green Middleton 410-396-4832 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 533

    District 7 James Torrence 410-396-4810 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 521

    District 8 Kristerfer Burnett 410-396-4818 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 553

    District 9 John T. Bullock 410-396-4815 [email protected]100 Holiday Street, Room 503

    District 10 Phylicia Porter 410-396-4822 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 527

    District 11 Eric Costello 410-396-4816 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 509

    District 12 Robert Stokes, Sr. 410-396-4811 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 501

    District 13 Antonio Glover 410-396-4829 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 516

    District 14 Odette Ramos 410-396-4814 [email protected] 100 Holiday Street, Room 505


    STATE OFFICIALS
    Elected for four years Terms end January 2023

    Governor: Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr. (R) 100 State Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401 410-974-3901 E-mail: governor.maryland.gov/mail/

    Lt. Governor: Boyd K. Rutherford (R) 100 State Circle, Annapolis, Maryland 21401 410-974-3901 E-mail: [email protected]

    Attorney General: Brian E. Frosh (D) Office of the Attorney General 200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202 410-576-6300
    E-mail: [email protected]

    Comptroller: Peter Franchot (D) Goldstein Treasury Building, 80 Calvert St., Annapolis, MD 21401 410-260-7801 E-mail: [email protected]

    Senate President: Bill Ferguson (D) H-107 State House, Annapolis, MD 21401 410-841-3600 [email protected]

    Speaker of the House of Delegates: Adrienne A. Jones H-101 State House, Annapolis, Maryland 21401 [email protected] 410-841-3800


    STATE SENATORS AND DELEGATES
    41st Legislative District
    Sen. Jill P. Carter 422 Miller Senate Office Bldg. [email protected] 410- 841-3697

    Del. Dalya Attar 317 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3268

    Del. Tony Bridges 315 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3283

    Del. Samuel Rosenberg 365 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3297

    40th Legislative District
    Sen. Antonio Hayes 222 James Senate Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3656

    Del. Marlon D. Amprey 317 House Office Bldg [email protected] 410-841-3520

    Del. Frank M. Conaway Jr. 314 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410- 841-3189

    Del. Melissa R. Wells 315 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3545

    43rd Legislative District
    Sen. Mary Washington 102 James Senate Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3145

    Del. Curtis Anderson 314 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3291

    Del. Regina T. Boyce 316 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3476

    Del. Maggie McIntosh 121 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3407

    44th Legislative District
    Sen. Charles E. Sydnor 216 James Senate Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3612

    44A Legislative District Del. Keith E. Haynes 362 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410 841-3801

    45th Legislative District

    Sen. Cory V. McCray 221 James Senate Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3165

    Del. Chanel A. Branch 225 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3257

    Del. Talmadge Branch 151 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3398

    Del. Stephanie M. Smith 316 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3486

    46th Legislative District

    Sen. Bill Ferguson H-107 State House [email protected] 410-841-3600

    Del. Luke Clippinger 101 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3488

    Del. Robbyn T. Lewis 304 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3772

    Del. Brooke E. Lierman 311 House Office Bldg. [email protected] 410-841-3319

     


  • published Student Membership 2020-11-20 12:30:55 -0500

    Student Membership

    Thank you for joining the League of Women Voters of Baltimore City with your student membership. 

    Sign up

  • published LWV Baltimore in Action in About Us 2020-10-04 15:10:58 -0400

    LWV Baltimore in Action

    Volunteers from the LWV Baltimore office were mentioned in a Baltimore Sun article registering voters at the Caravan Fiesta in Southeast Baltimore. 

    Kenneth Ramos waves a large Mexican flag as a colorful caravan of floats, trucks, cars, motorcycles and horses cruises along Eastern Avenue from Grundy Street to Patterson Park on Sunday afternoon to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

    Then, at the end of the parade, volunteers from the League of Women Voters set out to register people to vote and urge them to craft a plan for how to cast their ballots in a hugely consequential election that’s been upended by the coronavirus pandemic. Click here to read the full article. 


  • published Drop Box Locations in Voter Services 2020-09-21 11:38:35 -0400

    Drop Box Locations

    Below is a complete list of drop box locations in Baltimore City

    Key:
    - Red Stars are available starting around Sept 30
    - Blue Dots are available starting around Oct 17

    Deadline to return your ballot: Nov 3 at 8pm

    You can place you mail-in ballot in these drop boxes. They will be monitored by video surveillance, and ballots will be picked up at least twice a day.


  • published Vote Centers in Voter Services 2020-09-21 11:32:36 -0400

    Vote Centers

    In person voting in Baltimore City, below is a complete list of vote center locations.

    Key:
    - Purple Squares are Early Voting Centers open from Oct 26-Nov 2 from 7am-8pm
    - Yellow Checks are Election Day Voting Centers open on Nov 3 from 7am-8pm

    Baltimore City residents can go to any vote center in the city.

    All vote centers have: Same Day Registration, ADA parking, and accessible ballot-marking devices.

    If you are in-line at 8pm, you are allowed to vote.

    Click here to download a hard copy of the 2020 voting centers.