Board of Elections

  1. FAQs - Prince George's County 2020 Presidential General Election (rev. 9-19-2020)

    Here you may find the answers to many frequently asked questions concerning the Prince George's County 2020 Presidential General Election. Read on...
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Election Information

Due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the Prince George’s County Board of Elections is open to the public by appointment only. Please call 301-341-7300 to make an appointment.

The Prince George’s County Board of Elections encourages everyone to vote by mail in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Request a Vote by Mail Application. You can also text VBM to 77788 to receive the application on your cell phone.

Prince George's County Ballot Drop Off Box Locations and Placement Dates

Approved Early Voting Sites and Election Day Vote Centers
Voters can vote in-person at the Early Voting or Election Day site of their choice.
Map of Approved Sites

** Early Voting will be held Mon., October 26, 2020 - Mon., November 2, 2020 7am- 8pm
** Election Day is Tuesday November 3, 2020 7am-8pm

View the 2020 Presidential Election Ballot Proofs



General Election - November 3, 2020 from 7 am until 8 pm.
Early Voting for the General Election - Monday, October 26, 2020 through Monday, November 2, 2020 from 7 am until 8 pm.


The next board meeting will be conducted on Monday, October 5, 2020 at 5:30 pm via teleconference. Information for the public to dial in by phone will be posted prior to the meeting.



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


Alternate Members

  • Clement A. Gaynor, Jr. (R)
  •  Monica A. Roebuck (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.


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 Article 33 of the Annotated Code of Maryland. The Board and the Election Administrator seek to provide voter registration to every County citizen who wants it.