CITY OF ANNAPOLIS BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS
REGULAR ABSENTEE VOTING INFORMATION
(Secs. 4.28.010 and 4.28.020)
WHO MAY VOTE ABSENTEE:
Any qualified voter if:
- Any employee of the Board, including an election judge, required to be absent from their voting precinct; or
- Physical disability or confinement, e.g. shut-in; or
- Illness or accident resulting in institutional confinement, e.g. hospitalization; or
- For any reason, is absent from the city on election day; or
- Observing a religious holiday on election day.
- Request an application for absentee voting. This may be done by phone, mail, or in person, by the voter or someone acting for him. The request must give the voter's name, registered address, date of birth and the address to which the application should be sent.
- Complete the application and return to: Board of Supervisors of Elections, 160 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis, Maryland 21401 no later than close of business of Tuesday before the election ( 9/10/13 for the Primary Election and 10/29/13 for the General Election). A ballot will be mailed promptly to qualified voters.
- Complete the ballot and return to: Board of Supervisors of Elections, 160 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis, Maryland 21401. Carefully, follow the instructions enclosed with the ballot.
Blind, visually impaired and physically disabled voters who are unable to mark an absentee ballot may be assisted by a person of their choice. Any person rendering 2 assistance shall execute a certification.
Ballots which have been mailed MUST be postmarked before election day and MUST be received by 4:30 p.m:
Primary: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
General:Tuesday, November 5, 2013
If you need further assistance or would like to have a ballot sent to you please call 410-263- 7929.
THESE INSTRUCTIONS CONCERN REGULAR ABSENTEE BALLOTS.
THERE ARE SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR EMERGENCY ABSENTEE BALLOTS.