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Election Information

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Primary Election
June 28, 2022
7 AM – 8 PM

Early Voting for the Primary Election
Thursday, June 16, 2022 through Thursday, June 23, 2022
8 AM – 8 PM

Election Day
November 8, 2022
7 AM – 8 PM

Early Voting for the General Election
Thursday, October 27, 2022 through Thursday, November 3, 2022
8 AM – 8 PM

FSU Local Early Voting Location
Allegany County Office Complex
701 Kelly Road, Room 100
Cumberland, MD 21502



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Election Shuttle
The Office of Civic Engagement in partnership with SafeRide provides students rides to the local polling location on election day.

Register to Vote with TurboVote
Voter deadlines and rules vary from state to state. FSU has partnered with TurboVote to ensure you get the most accurate information about the election process in your state. Go to TurboVote and answer a few questions about your registration and voting intentions. TurboVote will either direct you to the correct website or send you the proper paperwork for registration, mail-in ballots, and more. TurboVote will also send you text and email reminders about upcoming deadlines, polling locations, and other voter information for your state. Sign up today to ensure you have all the information you need! For more information about voting, contact the Office of Civic Engagement

Maryland Election Judges Needed!
Voting in America is every individual's right and civic duty. Election judges play a critical part in the democratic process to ensure this right. This presents a unique opportunity for members of our University community to participate in the democratic process while helping the citizens of Maryland.

Therefore, we are requesting you to consider serving as an election judge in the upcoming elections to ensure that all Marylanders have access to polling stations and are afforded the opportunity to vote without undue delay or interference. Under Maryland law, you can serve as an election judge if you 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; and
• Can speak, read, and write English.
Election judges are temporary, paid employees of local election officials trained to handle all aspects of voting and are responsible for proper and orderly voting at polling locations. Tasks include:
• Setting up the polling location and election equipment
• Verifying voter qualifications
• Assisting voters
• Distributing ballots
• And more!

If you are interested in serving your community and helping to protect the democratic process, visit the State Board of Elections website to sign-up to become an election judge. With the election fast approaching, sign-up as soon as possible. Questions can be submitted to the State Board of Elections at or 410-269-2840 or you can contact the Student Government Association at or 301-687-4304 .

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Contact Office of Civic Engagement

Patrick O'Brien

Patrick O'Brien
Director, Civic Engagement

Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Lane University Center 234
Frostburg, MD 21532
Phone: 301.687.4210
Fax: 301.687.7049