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For Immediate Release:  August 20, 2015

Board of Elections to Hold Public Hearing Regarding Selection of Early Voting Centers in Montgomery County

The Montgomery County Board of Elections has scheduled a public hearing to receive testimony from the public about the list of Early Voting Centers for the upcoming presidential election.

Each local Board of Elections in the State of Maryland is required to review its list of early voting sites every two years and make recommendations to the State Board of Elections. The Montgomery County Board is seeking public input prior to making its recommendations, which are due at the end of September.

Under state law, Montgomery County must select at least eight Early Voting Centers and may select an additional ninth site. Early voting in Maryland runs from Thursday to Thursday, ending the Thursday before the election, although in person voting by absentee ballot is still available at each local Board of Elections until Election Day.

The public hearing will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, September 12, 2015, in the Lobby Level Auditorium of the Montgomery County Executive Office Building, 101 Monroe Street, in Rockville. In addition, public comments will be heard during the August 31, 2015, meeting of the Board of Elections to be held at 2:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Board of Elections, 18753 N. Frederick Avenue, in Gaithersburg.  Details for how to testify at the hearing are available at -  Written comments may be sent to until 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 16.

Maps of sites that have previously been used by the county, as well as the history of their voter turnout, are available on the Board of Elections website at  A list of current sites being considered is also available on this site – any additional sites added will be posted prior to the hearing. 


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