BALTIMORE (WJZ) — If you thought you’d missed out on registering to vote by the special primary election, think again!
Eligible Maryland residents in the 7th Congressional District can now register and vote on election day, February 4, 2020.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 1.1K New Cases & 15 Deaths Reported Sunday
The last day to register was originally January 14, but now residents can take advantage of same-day registration.
To do so, you must be eligible to vote in Maryland, go to your correct polling place where you live, and bring a document proving residency.
The documents that can be used are a driver’s license, ID card, or a change of address card, or a paycheck, bank statement, utility bill, or another government document with the individual’s name and current address.READ MORE: MVA's Bus Driver Day To Streamline Process For Applicants To Get Commercial License
The same-day registration process is available on election day, but address, party or name changes cannot be changed on election day.
There are 315 polling places covering parts of Baltimore City, Baltimore County and Howard County, and each place will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, February 4.
Registered voters who aren’t sure if they live in the 7th Congressional District can use the Voter Lookup tool to find out their district.MORE NEWS: Ocean City Promises "Zero Tolerance" For Lawbreakers At Unsanctioned H20i Car Event
If you still haven’t registered and want to on election day, you can find out your polling place here.