Going on vacation? Vote early or by mail
Flip flops? Check.
Vote? Add that to your summer plans.
Remember, there's a gubernatorial primary election July 19. If you will be away on election day, you may vote early or by mail — but not both!
- Vote at any early voting center July 7-14. Remember: If you decide to vote early, you cannot vote by mail, according to the Prince George's County Board of Elections.
- Or request a mail-in ballot by July 12 to participate in the primary election. If you miss that deadline and still want to vote via mail-in ballot, pick up your ballot at the Prince George's County Board of Elections and return it then or at a ballot drop-box.
- To register to vote or to update your voter registration information, go in person during early voting or on election day. Check the Maryland State Board of Elections for additional voter information.
Here's a selected list of candidates who have filed to run in this election:
Prince George's County
- County Executive
- County Council District 4: Bowie
- County Council District 6: includes Kettering, Mitchellville and unincorporated parts of Bowie
- County Council At-Large
- Clerk of the Circuit Court
- Maryland Attorney General
- Judge of the Circuit Court - Circuit 7 (Prince George's County)
- State Senate - District 23
- State Delegate - District 23: includes Bowie and Upper Marlboro
- State Delegate - District 24: includes unincorporated parts of Bowie
- U.S. Senate
- U.S. House of Representatives - 4th Congressional District: includes Mitchellville, Woodmore, Lake Arbor, portions of Glenn Dale and unincorporated parts of Bowie
Sources: Prince George's County Council, Prince George's County Board of Elections, Maryland State Board of Elections