At their February 15, 2024 Board meeting, the board voted unanimously to approve the following polling place changes:


OLD:  Dawson Safe Haven Teen Center
1400 E Federal Street, 21213

NEW: School #250 Bernard Harris Sr Elementary School
1400 N Caroline Street, 21213

Distance:       .2 mile
Reason:         Closed

OLD: Harford Center for Senior Citizens
4920 Harford Road, 21214

NEW: Engine House #42
4522 Harford Road, 21214

Distance:       .5 mile
Reason:         Closed for renovations

027-061, 027-062, 027-066, 027-063, 027-065
OLD: Cross Country @ Northwestern and Northwestern High School
6900 Park Heights Avenue, 21215

NEW:  School #247 Cross Country Elementary School
6100 Cross Country Blvd, 21215

Distance:       1.2 miles
Reason:         Northwestern will be vacant until new school moves in and
                        Cross Country is going 
back to its old building.

006-002, 006-003, 006-004
OLD: School #27 – Rodgers Commodore Elementary School
100 N Chester Street, 21231

NEW:  School #83 Wm Paca Elementary School
200 N. Lakewood Avenue   21224

Distance:       .5 mile
Reason:         School Closed

OLD:  School #221 Mt Washington Lower School
5800 Smith Avenue, 21209

NEW:  School #221 Mt Washington Upper School
1801 Sulgrave Avenue, 21209

Distance:       .3 mile
Reason:         School building sold back to church

OLD:  School #422 New Era Academy
2700 Seamon Avenue, 21225 

NEW:  School #159 Cherry Hill Elementary School
801 Bridgeview Road, 21225

Distance:       .5 mile
Reason:         School Closed

020-002, 019-002, 019-003
OLD:  School #4 Steuart Hill Academy
30 S Gilmore Street, 21223

NEW: James McHenry Recreation Center
911 Hollins Street, 21223

Distance:       .6 mile
Reason:         School Closed

OLD:  School #11 Eutaw Marshburn Elementary School
1624 Eutaw Place, 21217

NEW:  Unity Hall
1505 Eutaw Place, 21217

Distance:       .1 mile
Reason:         School Closed

020-005, 020-007, 020-008  
OLD:  Hilton Recreation Center
2950 Phelps Lane, 21229

NEW:  Green Street Academy
125 N Hilton Street, 21229

Distance:       .3 mile
Reason:         Rec center sold to Boys and Girls club of America
                        and extensive renovations are 
being done and
                        will not be able to use.


Schedule an appointment by calling 410-396-5574.  At this time we are only filing candidates if they have set up an appointment.  Prior to scheduling an appointment, please make sure the following steps are completed.

1. Establish a Candidate Committee

A candidate for State or local office is also required to have established an authorized candidate campaign committee.   File the Statement of Organization electronically now.  If you have a candidate committee already established, please make sure the committee is in good standing with the State Board. If the committee has late fees or a civil penalty, the candidate must resolve the fees or penalty prior to filing. Payment can be accepted at the time of the filing.

2. File a Financial Disclosure Form

A Financial Disclosure is required for all states:  A Financial Disclosure is required for all states. The Financial Disclosure for state candidates is required to be filed with the Maryland Ethics Commission. A candidate can file a receipt as proof of the candidate previously filed a financial disclosure for the calendar year required for the candidacy. For additional information about filing the financial disclosure, please contact the Maryland Ethics Commission.  Local candidates must file for office at their local boards of elections.  Local candidates need to file a financial disclosure with the Baltimore City Ethics Department

3. Complete the Candidate Information Sheet

Submit the Candidate Information sheet 24 hours prior to the appointment time. The form may be submitted by fax at 410-727-1775 or 410-783-7394.

When arriving for your appointment:

1. Wear a mask;

2. Only individuals with appointments may enter the building (no guests are allowed);

3. Practice Social Distancing; and

4. Pay the Filing Fee (cash or check only)

Filing fees depend upon the office sought. The fee must be paid either by check or money order. It is permissible for a state or local candidate’s campaign finance entity to pay the fee.


The Mission of the Board of Elections

The Board of Elections is authorized by the Public General Laws of Maryland. The Board is empowered to make rules consistent with State laws to ensure the proper and efficient registration of voters and conduct of elections.

Armstead B.C. Jones, Sr
Election Director 

Abigail Goldman
Deputy Director 


The Baltimore City Board of Elections is pleased to provide the information on this site as a service to the general public. We hope you will find the information useful and informative. Please note that election procedures and laws are subject to change, sometimes rapidly. As a result, we cannot guarantee that the information on our site will always be up to date, complete, or reflect the latest legal rulings or interpretations.

For additional information, the staff is available during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Please contact the office by calling 410-396-5550.

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