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• Tuesday, October 16:
Deadline to register to vote for the general election.
• Thursday, October 25: Early Voting for the General Election Begins.
• Tuesday,
October 30:
Deadline for a registered voter to request a mailed
or faxed absentee ballot.
• Thursday, November 1: Early Voting for General Election Ends.
• Friday,
November 2: Deadline for a registered voter to request an electronic
absentee ballot.
• Tuesday, November 6: General Election.
- Deadline for a registered voter or voter’s agent to request an
absentee ballot in person at a local board.
- Deadline for the local boards to receive an absentee ballot.
• Friday,
November 16: Certification of the General Election.
- Deadline for local boards to receive absentee ballots by mail.
• Monday,
November 19: Voter registration reopens.
• Tuesday,
December 11: Statewide Certification of General Election results.
• Wednesday, December 12: Delivery of General Election results
VOTE 2018
Maryland Election Information
2018 Election Timeline
For More Information About Registration and Voting:
Kent County Board of Elections Office
410-778-0038 •
Queen Anne’s County Board of Elections Office
410-758-0832 •
Cecil County Board of Elections Office
410-996-5310 •
or Talbot County Board of Elections Office
Are You Registered to Vote?
“Your vote is your voice” is the message being taken door-to-door by a group
of volunteers encouraging Kent and Queen Anne’s County residents to register
to vote.
The non-partisan volunteers represent a coalition of members of local civic and
church groups. Members are now canvassing door-to-door in portions of the
counties and will also offer rides to the polls on Election Day.
On Saturday, June 30
, 15 volunteers went to all residences in Washington Park
and many along Flatland Road, and handed out information at 153 homes.
According to Pew Charitable Trust Research, unregistered voters were likely not
asked to register, are not interested in politics, and are less likely to believe that
voting can influence government. The message of the “Your Vote, Your Voice”
group is that everyone can make a difference.
As of 2016, 22% of Kent County residents were not registered to vote. Voter
registration is open now for Maryland citizens 16 and over. Students attending
college in Maryland who use their college address, and former convicts, even if
on probation, are eligible to vote. Any voter may vote by absentee ballot.
The General Election is November 6
, with early votingOctober 25
-November 1
Registration must be completed by October 15
or during early voting.
On-line registration is available at
you have a valid
Maryland driver’s license or identification. You can also download an English or
Spanish registration application and complete and return it. Citizens may also call
410-778-0038 to request a form.
Detailed information is available at
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PICK PICKRUM for Kent County Commissioner
Thank you, Kent County citizens for your votes in the most recent Primary election and over
the years.
Your confidence in my service is much appreciated.
As I work every day as your current County Commissioner, I ask for your vote in the General
election, November 6, 2018, so I may continue to serve the County for the betterment of all.
Please continue to share your ideas, concerns, and suggestions on howwe can work together
to continue moving our County forward. Kent County is the envy of most rural counties. I am
proud to serve as your County Commissioner.
Thank you, again,
William W. Pickrum
Paid for by Friends of William Pickrum, P. O. Box 392, Chestertown, MD 21620,
By Authority Thomas Groce, Jr., Treasurer
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Comm. Events
Through July 24th 6:15pm - “Ready, Set,
Sing” Free Singing Lessons for Girls and
Women at Ruthsburg Community Hall, 105
Damsontown Rd, Queen Anne; Ages 12-
100; Harmony on the Bay 410-810-0636;
Through July 27th - Camp Barrett camp for
boys and girls ages 9-13 at 1001 Chester-
field Rd., Annapolis; Physical, mental, so-
cial and emotional growth; 410-778-6022;
Through July 28th - Faces and Spaces
on the Eastern Shore Exhibit at Ches-
tertown RiverArts, 315 High St., Suite
106, Chestertown; Call 410-778-6300;
Through July 30th - “A Brush with Sum-
mer” Exhibit at A.M. Gravely Gallery, 408
S. Talbot St., St. Michaels; Fri & Sat 10am-
6pm, Sun & Mon 10am-3pm; Working Art-
ists Forum;
Through July 31st - Art Hunt scavenger
hunt for artwork hidden in various busi-
nesses in St. Michaels; Prize is free ice
cream at Justine’s, 106 N. Talbot St., St.
Through August 13th 9am-4pm - YMCA
Preschool Camps for ages 3-1/2 to 5 years
at Kent School, Wilkins Lane, Chester-
town; Specialty camps for ages 5-12; Call
Every Wed 2pm-6pm & Sat 9am-1pm
through Oct. 27 - Centreville Farmer’s
Market at 611-631 Railroad Ave., Cen-
treville Plaza next to QAC High School;
Plenty of free, convenient parking; Hosted
by Centreville Plaza, LLC in partnership
with Acme Markets; Call 410-758-1180;
Every Thurs 3:30pm-6:30pm - Kent Is-
land Farmer’s Market, 830 Romancoke
Rd., Stevensville; Variety of foods, herbs
& much more; Credit cards accept-
ed; Runs all year; Call 410-643-3283;
Every Sat 8am-12pm - Chestertown
Farmer’s Market in Fountain Park; Fresh
homegrown produce, herbs, breads,
soaps, plants, cut flowers, artisans, craft-
ers, alpaca products, and much more;
Wed, July 11th - Crab Cakes Workshop
and Seeking Justice with Thurgood Mar-
shall at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Mu-
seum, 213 N. Talbot St., St. Michaels;
July 12th Winnie Estelle Ecology Cruise;
July 12th-Aug. 16th Docent & Greeter
Training; July 22nd Sunday Funday; July
24th-28th Bronze Casting Workshop; Call
Wed, July 11th - Bouncing Babies and
Pokemon Trading Card Game Club at QAC
Free Library, 200 Liberty Circle, Stevens-
ville; July 12th Family Law Clinic, Sweet
Frog Spirit Day, STEAM: Lighthouse Chal-
lenge, Read to Rover; July 13th Read to
Rover, Challenge Island; July 14th Story
Time; July 16th Nursery Rhyme Rock Show,
Wild West; July 17th STEM Science Rocks
Glass Bead Necklaces, Decoupage Musi-
cal Jars, Story Time; Tech help by appt.;
Call 410-643-8161;
Wed, July 11th - Mosaic Workshop and Na-
tional Museum of African American History
and Culture Trip at Academy Art Museum,
114 N. Washington St., Easton; July 16th
Calling All Astronauts, Paper Making; July
16th-20th Paper Making Bonanza Summer
Camp; July 21st-Aug. 19th St. Michaels
Art League Exhibit; Through Aug. 19th
“Reflections” Exhibit; 2nd Mon. Monthly
Open Mic; Piano, Guitar, Voice, Ballroom
& Latin Dance Lessons; Working Artists
Forum meets monthly; Call 410-822-2787;
MMBFDT: Fireworks fun!
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