Ballots will be mailed to every registered voter in Rockville on or before Oct. 13, 2023. If you do not receive a ballot by Oct. 16, call 240-314-8286.
Your ballot will be sent to the address listed on your voter registration record. Check to confirm your address is correct on your voter registration to make sure your ballot gets to you. The deadline to update your information to receive your ballot automatically by mail is Sept. 15, 2023. Otherwise, you can register and vote at Rockville City Hall on Election Day, Nov. 7, 2023, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Three Ways to Cast your Ballot
By Mail: Ballots will be mailed to every registered voter. Return your postage-paid ballot to the city by 8 p.m. on Nov. 7.
24/7 Dropbox: Drop off your completed ballot anytime at an Election Dropbox, located in the parking lot of City Hall and Montrose Community Center.
Vote Center: Register and vote on Election Day at City Hall from 7 a.m. - 8 p.m., Nov. 7. City Hall will be the only vote center.
To vote for a candidate, completely fill in the oval next to the candidate's name using a black ink pen. You may cast one vote for mayor and up to six votes for councilmembers. Voting for both mayor and all six councilmembers is not required.
After completing the ballot, insert it into the provided return envelope and sign on the signature line located on the outer, postage-paid envelope.
Each voter must use the return envelope provided.
Your signature will be protected by the privacy cover.
If you forget to sign your ballot and have already submitted it, contact us at 240-314-8286 for assistance.
Submitting your Ballot
To be counted, your ballot must be received by Nov. 7, 2023, at 8 p.m. Be sure to mail your ballot ahead of time to account for postal delivery time. To avoid mailing time, you can always drop off your ballot in a secured dropbox anytime at Rockville City Hall or Montrose Community Center, or vote in-person on Election Day at Rockville City Hall or Thomas Farm Community Center. Postmarks do not count.
Once submitted, your vote is final.
A trusted person can return your ballot to City Hall if you are unable. You will need to complete and sign the designated agent form.