Tips About Ballots: General Election 2020

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Preparing for General Election, 2020

There will be no precinct at Charlestown

Maryland State Board of Elections is the place to go for comprehensive 2020 election information.
• To check your voter record, including status of your ballot, go to Voter Lookup and enter requested info.
• Once in your record, check for accuracy. Bottom line indicates whether you are listed to receive a mail-in ballot for November 2020 election.
• If not, download Absentee Ballot Application or get one at a Charlestown lobby desk.
• Once you have completed your ballot, mail it asap to the Baltimore County Board of Elections or take it to a ballot drop box (e.g. Arbutus Community Center, 865 Sulphur Spring Road.)

No computer? Ask a friend to help you, or call Phyllis Lansing or Pat Payne.
Contact info is in the Resident Directory

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Meet the Candidates for the Baltimore County Board of Education

Come to Hear What the Candidates Say!

Five Candidates will be appearing in a Board of Education Forum
    Thursday, May 24 at 7pm
    Catonsville Library, 1100 Frederick Rd

 

Rationale: For the first time the Baltimore County Board of Education will become a hybrid board with elected and appointed members.

District 1 (our district) in Baltimore County has five  candidates for one seat on this hybrid board.

A forum for these five candidates will be at the Catonsville Library, 1100 Frederick Rd, on Thursday, May 24 at 7pm. Big issues lie before the Baltimore County Board of Education!

These candidates will appear on the Primary Election ballot

Voting – A Civic Responsibility and Duty

IF you have moved to Charlestown from another location,
IF you have moved from one apartment to another,
IF someone has moved from independent living to a care facility,
IF you wish to change your party affiliation,

YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER FOR THE UPCOMING ELECTION. An opportunity will be provided on
May 9 at each of Charlestown’s 6 dining rooms. The schedule is as follows:

Terrace Lounge 7:30-8:30; 11:30 – 1:00, 4:30- 6:00
Short Line 11:30-1:00; 2:30 -3:30
Refectory 4:30-6:00
Fireside Lounge 11:30 -1:00; 2:30 – 3:30; 4:30- 6:00
Chesapeake Lounge 4:30-6:30
Atrium Lobby 2:30-3:30
Atrium Lounge 4:30-6:00

The League of Women Voters will sponsor this event and staff a table near each dining room. Voter Registration forms, absentee ballot applications, and assistance forms (if you need to help someone) will be made available as well as help with questions and assistance. Registration forms can be obtained from Noreen Christian (see Resident Directory). Your vote counts so be sure that you are eligible to cast your ballot. If you wish to join the League of Women Voters or help at one of the tables, please contact Anne Ogaitis (see Resident Directory). Please consider volunteering for an hour or two.