Election 2012: Where to Vote in Annapolis

Do you know where you're registered to vote on Election Day?

It's important to know where you need to be when planning out your election day. 

Patch has rounded up all of Annapolis's voting precincts. Don't know which is yours? Use the Maryland State Board of Election's website to determine where you should be on Tuesday. You'll just need your zip code, street number and street name.

Here are all the precincts in Annapolis, divided by zip code. The polls open at 7 a.m.


  • Bates Middle School—701 Chase St.
  • Germantown Elementary School—200 Windell Ave.
  • Mills Parole Elementary School—103 Chinquapin Round Rd.
  • Heritage Baptist Church—1740 Forest Dr.
  • Annapolis Area Library—1410 West St.
  • West Annapolis Elementary School—210 Annapolis St.
  • Bates Middle School—701 Chase St.
  • American Legion Post #141—1707 Forest Dr.
  • Annapolis High School—2700 Riva Rd.
  • American Legion Post #7—1905 Crownsville Rd.
  • Holy Temple Church of God International—708 Bestgate Rd.
  • Rolling Knolls Elementary School—1985 Valley Rd.
  • Bay Area Community Church—884 Chesterfield Rd.
  • Weems Creek Baptist Church—600 Bestgate Rd.
  • St. Philips Episcopal Church—730 Bestgate Rd.


  • Annapolis Middle School—1399 Forest Dr.
  • Tyler Heights Elementary School—200 Janwal St.
  • Georgetown East Elementary School—111 Dogwood Rd.
  • Eastport Volunteer Fire Hall—914 Bay Ridge Ave.
  • Salvation Army—351 Hilltop Ln.
  • Eastport Community Center—1014 President St.
  • Eastport Elementary School—420 Fifth St.
  • Georgetown East Elementary School—111 Dogwood Rd.
  • Bay Ridge Civic Association—80 East Lake Dr.
  • Hillsmere Elementary School—3052 Arundel-on-the-Bay Rd.
  • Eastport-Annapolis Neck Library—269 Hillsmere Dr.
  • Bay Ridge Christian Church—1071 Bay Ridge Rd.

When you arrive at your polling location, simply provide your name and address to the election officials, and they will set you up with a booth. 

The results from Election Day will begin being released after the polls close at 8 p.m. Patch will provide coverage of the results and the winners throughout the night.

Patch has been covering the elections all year. Get caught up on the candidate and the issues before you go vote.

Senate Candidates

  • Getting to Know Dan Bongino
  • Senate Candidate Dan Bongino Talks Issues
  • Palin Endorses Bongino for Senate
  • Senate Candidate Bongino Hopes Facebook Will Bring Victory
  • Ben Cardin's blog posts for Patch
  • Dan Bongino's blog posts for Patch

Congressional Candidate

  • Congressional Candidates Square Off at AACC in Final Debate
  • Libertarian Candidate for District 3 Talks Issues
  • John Sarbanes' blog posts for Patch
  • Rep. Sarbanes Talks Politics and Policy
  • House Candidate Eric Knowles Talks Issues

Maryland Ballot Questions

  • Letter to the Editor: Marriage—Why it Matters
  • Franchot Breaks From Democrats in Gambling Ad
  • Most Local Legislators Voted Against Gambling Bill
  • O'Malley Gambling Bill Addresses Impact on Maryland Live!
  • Pollster: Majority of Maryland Voters Support DREAM Act

Anne Arundel County

  • Ballot Homework: 15 County Charter Changes You Will Help Decide
  • Early Voting Turnout Breaks Local Records


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