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Make sure you’re #VoteReady before helping to get out the vote

  • To register to vote online by October 13th, click here.
  • To confirm your registration information is up to date, click here.
  • Requests for a mail-in ballot must be received by October 20th. To request you mail-in ballot using the online request form, click here.


Maryland Vote 101 Slideshow

Sample – MD 2020 Presidential Election

Sample Voter Information

Maryland - 2020 Presidential Election Info

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Sample Text Bank Script

MD Sample text script

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Sample Email

MD sample email

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Partner Resources

Access a growing resource of strategies, tools, and tactics that are designed to assist campus leaders in implementing full student voter registration strategies on their campuses. Ask Every Student 2020 Toolkit:

With this new Student Voter Bot, students can simply text the number 762-ALL-VOTE (762-255-8683) for help answering the question “Where should I register to vote?” The tool is based on the logic of the Campus Vote Project’s decision tree. For more graphics, click here.


Preparing to Support Student Voters in the Event of a Campus Closure toolkit which includes:

You can see more information about registering and voting in all 50 states and D.C. in our student voting guides at: www.campusvoteproject.org/state-student-voting-guides

Funding Opportunity

John R. Lewis HBCU Fund: Our partners at Lawyers’ Committee and Election Protection Coalition are calling on all current undergraduate and graduate HBCU students with a passion and a plan to mobilize their campus ahead of Election Day. This grant specifically aims to provide funding for non partisan programming that focuses on one of the following areas: voter registration, voter education, and/or voter mobilization. To learn more and to apply, visit bit.ly/2FUY1eW


CCMA is is the largest higher education consortium in the region and brings together nearly 85% of all the public and private, two-and four-year institutions with the shared mission of mobilizing the collective commitment and capacity of higher education to advance our communities through civic and community engagement. They are working to build a Maryland HBCU Student Vote Coalition. To learn more, click here.

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