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Unemployment Insurance

My office along with all of Team 32 have been working hard to make sure District 32 residents get the unemployment insurance benefits they are entitled to. We know that It has been a long and difficult process and many people still have not received the help they need.  My office continues to assist those who are unable to get through to a representative at the Department of Labor.  Please fill out this form HERE if you require assistance or if you are continuing to have difficulties.  Please provide updated information and we will pass it along to the Division of Unemployment Insurance.

Election Town Hall - Wednesday September 23rd at 6:00pm

Please join me for a virtual town hall on Wednesday September 23rd at 6:00pm live on my Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/senatorpambeidle) I will be joined by representatives of the Anne Arundel County Board of Elections to discuss the election process, where you can vote and how you can vote safely this November.

Panelists include:

Senator Pam Beidle

Delegate Sandy Bartlett

Delegate Ned Carey

Delegate Mike Rogers

Joe Torre - Director, Anne Arundel County Board of Elections

David Garreis - Deputy Director, Anne Arundel County Board of Elections

You can submit your questions ahead of time to pamela.beidle@senate.state.md.us

 

 

 

 

 

Make a plan to vote!

Have you filled out your mail-in ballot request form yet?  Do you plan on mailing your ballot back or dropping it off at a secure ballot drop box? Are you going to vote in person early or on Election Day?

We are less than 50 days away from the 2020 election and now is the time to MAKE A PLAN TO VOTE!

REGISTER TO VOTE – October 13th Deadline

If you need to register to vote or change your voter information you can do so by October 13th. You can check that your voter registration is accurate here.

VOTE BY MAIL – October 20th Request Deadline

 

You must proactively request your mail-in ballot by October 20th. The Maryland Board of Elections will mail requested ballots out 30-45 days before Election Day.

 

You can request a mail in ballot online here or you  return your mail-in ballot request form that was sent to all registered voters the last week of August. Please note that this ballot request form is not your actual ballot. If you are having trouble requesting a mail-in ballot, please call the Anne Arundel County Board of Elections and they will walk you through the process (410) 222-6600.

 

Once you receive your requested mail-in ballot, you can send it back via the mail or drop it off at one of the 32 secure Drop Boxes in Anne Arundel County. They will be located at voting centers and you can find the location nearest you here. These drop off boxes are monitored by 24/7 and Board of Election staff will also be retrieving the ballots from the boxes twice a day.

           

Ballots must be postmarked by November 3rd or dropped off by 8:00pm on November 3rd. Please note that if you request a mail in ballot and then decide to vote in person; your in-person vote will be marked provisional on Election Day and not counted until the Board of Elections is certain you did not also return your mail-in ballot.

 

EARLY VOTING - October 26th – November 2nd

 

Anne Arundel County will host 7 Early Voting Centers, all of which will be open for Early Voting from Monday October 26th through Monday November 2nd 7:00am – 8:00pm. You can find a full list (and map) of early voting locations here.

 

ELECTION DAY – November 3rd

Anne Arundel County will have 31 Voting Centers where any County voter can cast a ballot on Election Day from 7:00am to 8:00pm. You can find a complete list of County polling locations here.

 

 

Stay Safe,


Pam Beidle

If you need to contact my office for a constituent or legislative issue, my staff will be teleworking and available by email at pamela.beidle@senate.state.md.us. We will also be monitoring the office voicemail periodically so if you cannot email us, you can call the office at 410-841-3593 and leave a voicemail and we will respond as soon as possible.

Representing Parts of Glen Burnie, Parts of Millersville, Linthicum, Hanover, Harmans, Severn, Parts of Odenton, Russett, and Maryland City
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