Board of Elections

COVID-19 REQUIREMENT

Due to a continued rise in COVID-19 metrics, Prince George’s County reinstituted an indoor public mask mandate. 

All visitors over the age of 5 will be required to wear masks in the Board of Elections office, even if they are fully vaccinated. 

2022 GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION DATES

Primary Election - June 28, 2022, 7 am until 8 pm

  • Early Voting for the Primary Election - Thursday, June 16, 2022 through Thursday, June 23, 2022 from 7 am until 8 pm.

General Election - November 8, 2022, 7 am until 8 pm

BOARD MEETINGS

The next board meeting will be conducted on Monday, September 13, 2021 at 5:30 pm via teleconference. The public may dial in by phone using the following information:

United States: +1 (312) 757-3121
 
Access Code: 807-760-053

BOARD MEMBERS

Members


  •  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)
  •  Harold Ruston (R)

Anita C. Jones, Recording Secretary
Robert G. McGinley, Esq. Board Attorney

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.

Membership


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.

Responsibilities


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.