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2024 Special Elections

Prince George's County Council At-Large Special Election

Primary Candidate Listing (Updated daily)

2024 Prince George’s Special Election Reporting Schedule (PDF)

County Council Resolution (PDF)

The Prince George’s County Board of Elections is conducting a Special Election to fill a recent vacancy in an At-Large County Council seat.

The Special Election Primary Election date is August 6, 2024. Primary Election ballots will be mailed in late July to every eligible Prince George’s County voter, and will include a postage pre-paid return envelope.

The Special Election General Election date is November 5, 2024. The Special Election General Election will be held at the same time as the 2024 Presidential Election on November 5, 2024.

Below you will find helpful election information:

Register to Vote

To vote in the 2024 Prince George’s At-Large County Council Special Elections, you must be registered to vote.

The Special Primary Election registration deadline is July 16, 2024 (or else you will need to register in person at a voting location, more details below.)

The registration and party affiliation deadline for the Prince George’s County Special Primary Election is Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Your voter registration must be up to date with your current address. To update your voter registration, click here.

To register to vote or to check your registration status, click here. Your voter registration must be up to date with your current address. To update your voter registration, click here.

You may also register to vote or update your voter registration information in person during early voting or on election day. If you update your address on election day, you will be asked to complete a provisional ballot. An election judge will assist you with this process.

Vote by Mail (Mail-in Ballot)

Your Special Primary Election mail-in ballot must be returned by 8 pm on Special Primary Election Day, August 6th.

Completing your Ballot

When filling out your ballot, remember to:

  • Use black ink to mark your ballot.
  • Sign the return envelope. Do not sign the ballot.
  • Seal your return envelope.
  • Send your ballot using the postage-paid return envelope.

Returning your Ballot

First Class Mail – U.S. Post Office

We urge all voters to return their ballots as soon as possible due to backlogs in the U.S. Postal Service. Your ballot comes with a postage-paid return envelope, so submitting your ballot by mail is free. Your ballot must be postmarked on or before August 6, 2024 for the Special Primary Election. Putting your ballot in a mailbox on election days does not mean it is postmarked.

Drop Box Locations

Voters can use a ballot drop box to return their mail-in ballot. Ballot drop boxes are open until 8 pm on election days. The drop box locations are posted here.

Voting In Person

We are mailing a mail-in ballot to every eligible voter to vote by mail. If you prefer to vote in person, the dates and times are as follows:

In person Early Voting will be offered for the Special Primary Election July 31, 2024 - August 5, 2024 from 10 am - 8 pm each day (except 12 pm – 6 pm on Sunday)

In person Election Day voting will be offered August 6, 2024 from 7 am - 8 pm.

Voting will be available at the following Election Vote Centers during Early Voting and on Election Day:

    Accokeek Academy
    1440 Berry Road
    Accokeek, MD 20607
    Ardmore Elementary School
    9301 Ardwick Ardmore Road
    Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
    Calverton Elementary
    3400 Beltsville Road
    Beltsville, MD 20705
    Carrollton Elementary
    8300 Quintana Road
    Hyattsville, MD 20784
    Non-Traditional Program at Edgar Allan Poe
    2001 Shadyside Avenue
    Suitland, MD 20746
    Issac J. Gourdine Middle School
    8700 Allentown Road
    Fort Washington, MD 20744
    Robert Goddard Montessori School
    9850 Good Luck Road
    Lanham, MD 20706
    Non-Traditional Program North (Tall Oaks Vocational High School)
    2112 Church Road
    Bowie, MD 20712
    Thomas Stone Elementary
    4500 34th Street
    Mount Rainier, MD 20712

Accessible Voting

Maryland is committed to making voting accessible to all voters. All of the early voting centers in Maryland are accessible to voters with disabilities. To learn more about voting by mail or voting in person, click here.

I Voted

Click to download the I VOTED sticker you like!

Public Notices

Notice of a Public Demonstration – At-Large County Council

The Prince George’s County Board of Elections will conduct a public demonstration that describes the process of determining the Logic and Accuracy of the voting equipment that will be used in the At-Large County Council Special Election. The demonstration will be held at 9 am on July 26, 2024.


Candidate Filing begins: June 27, 2024

Candidate Filing Deadline: Tuesday, July 5, 2024, 5 pm.

Ballot Proofs

The State Board of Elections certified the content and arrangement of these ballots for the 2024 Prince George's Special Primary Election (PDF) at 6PM on July 6, 2024 pursuant to EL § 9-207(a)(2) - New

Election Results

  • Prince George's Special Primary Election Results (TO BE UPDATED WHEN AVAILABLE AFTER CERTIFICATION)
  • Prince George's Special General Election Results (TO BE UPDATED WHEN AVAILABLE AFTER CERTIFICATION)

Candidate Statements



To see previous special elections, click here.