Election Day is Tuesday, May 4, 2021!
Masks or other appropriate facial coverings are required to be worn properly for entrance into the Town House.
Mail-In Voting application
Designation of Agent form
There are three Council Member positions and the Mayor position up for election this year.
There is a Candidate Forum scheduled for April 22 beginning at 7 PM. It will be held virtually. Residents can submit questions for the candidates by emailing them to Town@sykesville.net. Questions should be broad enough to ask all the candidates.
This sample ballot is not the final ballot and is subject to change.
Important Note: A recent change in the law requires the State Board of Elections and each local board of elections to refer to absentee ballots as "mail-in ballots" and absentee voting as "mail-in voting." Please note that this change in terminology does NOT change the process of mail-in voting.
Any registered voter may vote using Mail-In Voting. Mail-In Voting applications can be submitted at any time. Ballots will not be available until April 15. Applications received by the Town before that date will be held, and ballots will be sent to the voter as soon as they are available. If you would like someone to drop off your Mail-In Voting application, you will need to fill out a Designation of Agent form. This form will allow another person to drop off your application, and, if available, pick up your ballot to drop it off to you. Mail-In ballot applications can be mailed to or dropped off at the Town House, 7547 Main Street, or emailed to email@example.com. Please ensure that writing is legible.
Ballots must be returned to the Town in the provided envelope. If you lose your envelope or any other part of the mail-in ballot, please contact the Town right away.
There will be a ballot drop-dox located at the Town House, 7547 Main Street, that is accessible 24/7 until the close of polls on May 4 at 8 PM. We encourage everyone to use the ballot drop-box. Ballots must be received by the Town by the close of polls on May 4 at 8 PM. The Town is not responsible for any delays in delivery of ballots due to the United States Postal Service.
If you have any questions, please contact the Town Clerk, Kerry Chaney, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-795-8959.
Election Day is May 4, 2021. The polling location is the Town House, 7547 Main Street. Polls are open 8 AM to 8 PM. At times, there may be a line to enter the polls. Please maintain your social distance in line. The number of people allowed in the polling room at once will be limited to allow for proper distancing and safety. Once you have voted, you must exit the building. Children under the age of 18 may accompany their parent to the polls, however please leave them home if possible.
MASKS OR OTHER APPROPRIATE FACIAL COVERINGS MUST BE WORN WHILE IN LINE OR IN THE TOWN HOUSE.
For information on face masks and facial coverings, please visit the CDC website.
Staff will be stationed near the entrance of the polling location to ensure masks are being worn correctly. Disposable masks will be available for those who do not have facial coverings. If you cannot or refuse to wear a mask, please utilize the mail-in voting options instead. You will not be allowed to enter the Town House without a mask or face covering.
This page will be updated as new information becomes available.