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REGISTER. VOTE. ENCOURAGE OTHERS.

The 2020 General Election will take place on November 3rd and it is time for your voice to be heard.

Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia voters can find all of the information and resources they need to participate in Election Day below.

 

 


 

KEY DATES

WASHINGTON, D.C.

• Early October: Residents Begin Receiving Mail-In Ballots

• October 13, 2020: Online Voter Registration Ends

• October 27, 2020: Early Voting in D.C. Opens

• October 27, 2020: Request an Absentee Ballot - Must Return by November 3

• November 3, 2020: Election Day

 

MARYLAND

• October 13, 2020: Voter Registration Ends

• October 20, 2020: Online Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot - Must Return by November 3

• October 26, 2020: Early Voting in Maryland Opens

• November 3, 2020: Election Day

 

VIRGINIA

• October 13, 2020: Voter Registration Ends

• October 20, 2020: Online Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot - Must Return by November 3

• October 31, 2020: Early Voting in Virginia Ends

• November 3, 2020: Election Day

 


 

CONFIRM YOU ARE REGISTERED TO VOTE

You must be a registered voter to be able to participate in the 2020 General Election on November 3rd.

Voter Registration in the DMV ends on October 13.

It is recommended that everyone, even if you think you are registered, confirm you are by following the resources below.

Washington, D.C.

Maryland

Virginia

 


 

VOTING BY MAIL / REQUESTING ABSENTEE BALLOT

If you’re unable to vote in-person or would you like to vote by mail you can still have your voice heard. D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. In fact, the Washington, D.C. Board of Elections are mailing all ballots to D.C. residents to assist in limited contact during the pandemic.

More information on this and the resources you may need are below.

Washington, D.C.

Maryland

Virginia

Note: All Washington, D.C. residents will receive a mail-in ballot beginning in early October. Voters can begin to drop-off their mail-in ballot on October 27.

 


 

FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE

Your polling place is where you go to vote on Election Day if you are participating in-person. It is possible that there may have been changes to your usual polling location due to COVID-19.

Find your polling place, its hours, and more at the resources below.

Washington, D.C.

Maryland

Virginia