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UNOFFICIAL Election Results*

 

**The technical issues we were faced with yesterday have been resolved.  Ballot canvassing will proceed today as scheduled starting at 9 a.m.

-Cecil County Board of Elections

 

Voting by Mail: An Overview - 2020 Presidential Primary Election

 

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Due to the current public health emergency and guidelines set by our Governor, the CDC and the State Board of Elections, we are practicing social distancing as much as possible.

Visits to our office are by appointment only.

Please call 410.996.5310 or send an email to   voting@ccgov.org to schedule an appointment

-Cecil County Board of Elections

 

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Sample Ballots*

Mail-In Ballots 

 To slow the spread of COVID-19, the 2020 Primary Presidential Election will be primarily conducted by mail.  Look for a ballot in the mail over the next 2 weeks. Vote your ballot, sign the oath and return your voted ballot by mail. You will not need a stamp to return your ballot—the envelope will already have pre-paid postage.  Make sure your ballot is postmarked on or before June 2, 2020.  For your convenience, you may also place your voted ballot in one of the convenient Ballot Drop Boxes from May 21-June 2.

Ballot Box Locations

PDF Map of Ballot Box Locations

View the Voter Guide (PDF).

How to Challenge a Ballot During Canvass

Board review of ballots will take place every day at 3 p.m. daily during the canvass period as listed below. The public may challenge a ballot during this time. Announce the challenge using the chat option in the live-stream, complete and email the Challenge During Canvass Form (PDF) to voting@ccgov.org in PDF format. Once the Challenge During Canvass Form is received, the Board will take action on that ballot.

Live-Stream of Canvass

The canvassing process and ballot reviews will be available to view via live-streams with no in-person.  Below is the canvassing schedule; ballot review's dates and times will be determined.

*The schedule is as follows:
Click the link (if active) to sign up and watch the live streaming of the canvass or Board review.

  • Thursday, May 21
    9 a.m. Canvass Process

  • Friday, May 22
    9 a.m. Canvass Process

  • Saturday, May 23
    9 a.m. Canvass Process
     

  • Sunday, May 24
    No Canvass

  • Monday, May 25
    No Canvass 

  • Tuesday, May 26
    9 a.m. Canvass Process

  • Wednesday, May 27
    No Canvass
    10 a.m. Board Review

  • Thursday, May 28
    No Canvass

  • Friday, May 29
    9 a.m. Canvass Process

  • Saturday, May 30
    9 a.m. Canvass Process

  • Sunday, May 31
    No Canvass

  • Monday, June 1
    No Canvass

  • Thursday, June 4
    9 a.m. Canvass Process

  • Friday, June 5
    9 a.m. Canvass Process

  • Saturday, June 6
    9 a.m. Canvass Process

  • Wednesday, June 10
    10 a.m. Provisional Canvass

  • Wednesday, June 12
    10 a.m. Final day of Canvass 

*Tentative Schedule

 


                                                                 

Mission Statement: The mission of the Cecil County Board of Elections is to provide all eligible citizens of Cecil County convenient access to voter registration; to provide all registered voters accessible locations in which they may exercise their right to vote; to ensure uniformity of election practices; to promote fair and equitable elections; and to maintain registration records, and other election-related data accurately and in a form that is accessible to the public.

 

Disclaimer: The Cecil County Board of Elections is pleased to provide the information on this site as a service to the community. We hope you will find the information useful and informative. Please note that election procedures and laws are subject to change, sometimes rapidly. As a result, we cannot guarantee that the information on our site will always be up to date, complete or reflect the latest legal rulings or interpretations.