Baltimore City Youth Voter Registration 



Failure to Act is an Act of Failure

The Baltimore City Youth Voter Registration Committee's mission is connecting civics education and voter resources to young adults

18-24 across the Baltimore metro and beyond.


BCYVRC aims to make civics positive, fun, straightforward to narrow the wide gap in youth voter turnout at the polls and educate the next generation of American citizenry

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BCYRVC Voting and Civics Guide

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Thank you to all of our supporters and partner organizations who have made BCYVRC possible!

Voting In Maryland

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Public Notices About Voting 


Application for a Mail-In Ballot 

Below is the official document and online application form, to request a mail-in ballot.  

What is a Mail-In Ballot?

A mail in ballot or the "vote by mail" system, specifically is an election ballot requested through your local election office. Prior to election day, which gives voters an "election period" to cast in their vote.   Which can be submitted back to your local election office.

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Voting Centers & Drop Off Ballot Locations

What is the difference between Voting Centers and Ballot Drop Boxes? 

Voting Centers are an alternative to traditional, neighborhood-based precincts (voting districts). 

Ballot Drop Boxes provide a secure and convenient means for voters to return their mail-in ballot directly to the voting commission. 

Register to 

Vote in Maryland

The time to act is now! If you are 18 and older register to vote down below.  In order to register to vote in Maryland you must:

  • be a U.S. citizen

  • be a Maryland resident 

  • be at least 18 years old 

  • not have been convicted of buying or selling votes

  • not have been convicted of a felony, or if you have, you have completed serving a court-ordered sentence of imprisonment, including any term of parole or probation for the conviction

Be a 

Poll Worker

Another great way to participate in elections is be an Election Judge


An election judge or  poll worker is responsible for maintaining orderly voting at polling stations. The requirements to be an election judge are:

  • Age 16 or older

  • Are a registered voter in Maryland

  • Physically and mentally able to work at least a 15-hour day

  • Willing to work outside your home precinct

  • Able to sit and/or stand for an extended period

  • Can speak, read, and write English

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