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Maryland Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in MD

Any state resident who is a US citizen, at least 16 years old, not mentally disabled, and/or been convicted of a felony or buying/selling votes can register to vote with the Maryland voter registration form. Although individuals who are 16 years old can register, residents may only vote if they are 18 years old on election day. The voter registration application may also be completed online by following the link provided below. In order for an application to be accepted, it must be post-marked at least 21 days before the next election day. If you are voting for the first time, you may be asked for a valid form of identification at your polling station.

Check Your Voting Status – https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/VoterSearch

Deadline – 21 days before the next election day.

Find a Polling Place – https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/PollingPlaceSearch

Register Online – https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/OnlineVoterRegistration/IDRequirements

Where to Send Voter Registration Form – Send it to your local Board of Elections office.

Voter ID (§3–202Help America Vote Act) – The majority of registered Maryland voters will not be required to show ID. However, first time voters may be asked to present one of the following forms of identification: driver’s license, student ID, passport, a current utility bill, bank statement, or pay check.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download the Maryland Voter Registration Form in Adobe PDF.

Step 2 – First you will need to select the appropriate checkboxes to indicate if you are at least 16 years old, if you are a US citizen, and your reason for submitting this form. Below that, you must supply the following information as applicable to you:

  • Full name
  • Gender
  • Birth date
  • Driver’s license/MVA ID number
  • SSN
  • Residence address
  • Mailing address (if different from residence address)
  • Political party affiliation
  • Phone number
  • Email
  • Whether you need help voting
  • Whether you would like to be an election judge
  • Handwritten signature
  • The date

Step 3 – If you have previously registered to vote, provide your full name, date of birth, and address used for your most recent voting registration.

Step 4 – Send the completed form to your local Board of Elections office.