Where To Vote on Tuesday in Pasadena

Registered voters should go to their polling place on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

If you are a registered voter, you should have received a speciment ballot in the mail to be prepared for Election Day on Tuesday. If the ballot was lost in the clutter on your kitchen counter and perhaps even recycled already, Patch is here to help.

Registered voters should go to their polling place on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Not sure where you are supposed to go? Check the Maryland State Board of Elections website by clicking here. Type in your ZIP code, house number and street to find out where your polling place is, as well as your districts and information for the county's Board of Elections.

Notable mentions on the ballot include the 2012 Presidential General Election, U.S. Senator, representative in Congress (for Congressional District 4 for most Pasadena residents), seven statewide questions and 15 local questions.

In the message to Anne Arundel County voters on the speciment ballot, the following tips were offered:

  • A touchscreen voting system is used and Election Judges are on site if you need assistance.
  • It is not required that you bring your voter regisration card (but it can be helpful).
  • To avoid long lines, vote between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

If you have questions or concerns on Election Day, call the Board of Elections at 410-222-6600.

Happy voting! Be sure to leave a comment about your experience or even upload a photo of your "I voted!" sticker.

Brutus Henry November 05, 2012 at 06:50 PM
Vote AGAINST Amendment H so the County Council does not receive an increase in pay and benefits when the county is in the midst of a severe budget crisis. This amendment may even be a conflict of interest, since the Council members proposed and approved an increase to their pay and benefits. This amendment above all others demonstrates the dysfunction of the county government because this same government has asked county employees to take decreases in pay and benefits to alleviate the budget crisis. Additionally, this same council has approved increases in fees and taxes on residents while decreasing services including cutting curbside trash collection in half. Like the U.S. Congress, this County Council has the hubris to vote on increasing their pay and benefits in times of severe economic distress for the citizens.


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