Prince George's County Board of Elections

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COVID-19 REQUIREMENT: Prince George’s County lifted its indoor mask mandate on Monday, February 28, 2022. Our office is currently open to the public. 


Primary Election - April 23, 2024, 7 am until 8 pm

  • Early Voting for the Primary Election - Thursday, April 11, 2024 through Thursday, April 18, 2024 from 7 am until 8 pm.

General Election - November 5, 2024, 7 am until 8 pm

  • Early Voting for the General Election - Thursday, October 24, 2024 through Thursday, October 31, 2024 from 7 am until 8 pm.

Updated February 2023

Important: Political district boundaries have changed! The Prince Georges County Board of Elections made changes to County, State, and Congressional districts. District boundaries are adjusted every ten years based on how the population changes.  Learn more about redistricting and what it means for you here.

I’m a candidate for office.  How do I receive information about my new district? (UPDATED May 24, 2022)

Below are the NEW districts and precincts:

2022 District and Precincts - 327 (pdf)

2022 District and Precincts - 327 (Excel Download)         

2022 Polling Places with Combined - 240 (pdf)

2022 Polling Places with Combined - 240 (Excel Download)

District and Precinct Maps (Updated 06-01-2022)


The next board meeting will be conducted on Monday, April 3, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. via teleconference.  The public may join by using the following information:

Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
You can also dial in using your phone.
 Access Code: 488-808-181
United States: +1 (872) 240-3412



  •  Roberta B. Deegan (R), President
  • Beatrice P. Tignor (D), Vice President
  •  Thomas J. Slezak (R)
  •  Jaime J. Vazquez-Saldana (R)



Alternate Members

  • Clement A. Gaynor, Jr. (R)  
  • Terri L. Williams (D)  
  • Lucille Gaither (R)
  •  Anita C. Jones, Recording Secretary

Mission Statement

The mission of the Prince George's County Board of Elections is to promote voter education, administer an efficient voting process, maintain an accurate voter registration database, and ensure that elected officials are elected in accordance with Federal, State, and County election laws.


The Governor, by and with the consent of the Senate, appoints five persons who constitute the Board of Elections. The appointees are selected from lists furnished by the County Central Committee of the Democratic and Republican parties. The Board is responsible for the supervision of all County, State and Federal Elections held in Prince George's County.


The Board of Elections is responsible for the supervision of elections, voter registration and record keeping, and the administration of election laws in Prince George's County, in accordance with The Election Law Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland. The Board and the Election Administrator seek to provide voter registration to every County citizen who wants it.