Upcoming Election Dates
Register by Oct. 18 to vote on Election Day, Nov. 8.
Montgomery Board of Elections
18753-210 N. Frederick Ave.
Gaithersburg MD 20879-3121
P.O. Box 4333 - Rockville MD 20849-4333
For Absentee Ballot Applications Only:
P.O. Box 10159 - Rockville MD 20849-0159
For Absentee Ballots Only:
P.O. Box 10369 - Rockville MD 20849-0369
Margaret A. Jurgensen, Election Director
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Absentee Voting: email@example.com
Early Voting for the General Election will occur from Oct. 27 to Nov. 3, 2016 (8 a.m. - 8 p.m.), including at the Potomac Community Center, 11315 Falls Road, Potomac.
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On the Ballot in Montgomery County
Voters in Potomac will choose candidates for President and Vice President, for U.S. Senate, for U.S. House of Representatives, several judicial elections and Board of Education.
The ballot in Maryland will not be certified until Sept. 14. Two County Charter Amendments, and possibly a third, plus a State Constitutional Amendment are expected, but detailed language has not yet been published.
Potomac is split between Congressional districts 6 and 8.
U.S. Congress, District 8
Race to replace U.S. Rep. Chris Van Hollen, who won the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate to replace retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski.
Jamie Raskin (D)
Dan Cox (R)
U.S. Congress, District 6
John Delaney (D) (incumbent)
Amie Hoebner (R)
Chris Van Hollen (D)
Kathy Szeliga (R)
Montgomery County Board of Education
The Board of Education consists of seven county residents elected by voters for a four-year term and a student elected by secondary school students for a one-year term. Board members are elected countywide but run at large, or from the Board district in which they reside.One At Large race plus races for District 2 and 4 will appear on all county ballots in November.
Phil Kauffmann (Incumbent)
Brandon Orman Rippeon
Rebecca Smodrowski (Incumbent)