Office of Attorney General to Receive Complaints of Voter Intimidation and Fraud
Baltimore, MD ( Oct. 26, 2012) - As early voting officially begins in Maryland and with the primary less than two weeks away, Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler and the Office of Attorney General have set up a hotline to receive complaints of voter intimidation, voter suppression, and voter misinformation. Beginning Saturday, October 27 Marylanders can call the Attorney General's voter hotline at 1-866-298-8245.
To answer questions about issues other than voter intimidation or fraud, Marylanders should call the Maryland State Board of Elections at 1-800-222-VOTE (8683).
QUESTIONS ABOUT VOTING?
If your questions concern the following or similar issues, then please contact the State Board of Elections at 1-800-222-vote (8683):
- Where do I vote?
- Am I registered to vote?
- What time does my polling place open or close?
- When is early voting?
- Where is my polling place?
- What do I do if I did not receive my absentee ballot?
- Are materials available in Spanish or other languages?
If your questions concern the following or similar issues, then please contact the Maryland Office of the Attorney General at 1-866-298-8245:
- Where do I report complaints regarding false or misleading campaign literature?
- Where do I report concerns of voter intimidation?
- Does my polling place have to be accessible for persons with disabilities?
- Where do I file complaints if I feel that I am being harassed or prohibited from voting because of my race or ethnicity?