The Prince George’s County Board of Elections is reminding residents that it is not too late to register and vote in the 2022 Maryland Gubernatorial Primary Election.
July 5, 2022
Daneen M. Banks
Office: 301.341.7300 | Cell: 240.427.6593
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS REMINDS COUNTY RESIDENTS THAT SAME DAY REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE
LARGO, MD –The Prince George’s County Board of Elections is reminding residents that it is not too late to register and vote in the 2022 Maryland Gubernatorial Primary Election.
The State of Maryland offers same day voter registration during early voting and on election day. Residents that possess an MVA issued driver’s license or identification card can take advantage of same day registration. To register same day, residents should bring their MVA issued driver’s license or identification card to any early voting center or their assigned election day polling place. Voters may contact the Prince George’s County Board of Elections or look up their correct polling place by visiting: https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/PollingPlaceSearch.
Board of Elections leaders also remind County voters of the following:
- The deadline to apply for a Vote By Mail ballot is Tuesday, July 12, 2022.
- Early voting begins Thursday, July 7 through Thursday July 14, 2022.
- Primary Election Day is Tuesday, July 19, 2022.
- The State of Maryland has a closed primary, which means that only registered Democrats and Republicans can vote in the primary election unless there is a nonpartisan race in the voter’s district.
- The PROUD TO VOTE Toolkit is available to help motivate and encourage County voters to participate in the voting process. Download the 2022 PROUD TO VOTE TOOLKIT here.
- For more information, visit elections.mypgc.us or call 301-341-7300.
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.