Can my children accompany me while voting?
Yes, 2 children under the age of 18 years old may accompany a voter while voting. Maryland law states that an individual in the care of the voter is permitted to accompany that voter in the polling place provided the individual is under 18 years old and does not disrupt or interfere with normal voting procedures.

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1. Mail-In Voting FAQ's
2. What are the minimum requirements to be an Election Judge?
3. Can my children accompany me while voting?
4. Are electronics permitted in the polling places?
5. What if my employer wants proof I voted?
6. When identification has been requested to vote.
7. How do I apply to register to vote?
8. When is the last day I can register to vote?
9. Can I bring my specimen ballot into the polls with me?
10. What time will the polls open?
11. Where do I download  State of Maryland Application for Voter Registration Data?