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How do you find your Maryland voting location?

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Find your Maryland voting location by going to the Maryland State Board of Elections polling place look-up page and filling out the online form. There is a delay after registering to vote before your information appears on the website, according to the Maryland State Board of Elections.

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You are required to submit your street number, street name and ZIP code on the form. Instructions for the street number state that letters and fractions should not be used, even if these are part of your street number. For the street name, do not input direction names, such as east or north. If you are having trouble finding your street, the website advises using only part of a multiple-word street name.

The form is available in English or Spanish. Besides finding out your Maryland polling place, the form lets you find out your voting district and your local board of elections. Additionally, there are links on the page to contact the state board of elections and your local board of elections. The street address of the SBE, its telephone numbers and its email address are also listed on the page, as of August 2015. The website is updated each day, using information from the Maryland Voter Registration database.

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