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Voting Locations Announced for Salisbury General Elections

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SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury's general elections will take place on Nov. 5, and there's some important information you may not want to miss if you are a registered voter. 

Elections are going to take place from 7 a.m-7 p.m. and depending on what district you live in will determine where to go to vote. 

All districts will vote for the same two candidates for mayor, incumbent candidate Jake Day and challenger Wayne King. But each city council district has different candidates to be voted in by the district. The locations and information as as follows:

District 1 will vote at Fire Station Number 16, located at 325 Cypress St. The options for candidates in this district are April Jackson, Mable E. Marshall, and Timothy Sheppard.

District 2 will be voting at the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, located at 909 S. Schumaker Dr. There is only one option for candidate in this district and that is Muir Boda.

District 3 will vote at Asbury United Methodist Church, located at 1401 Camden Ave. There are two candidates for this district: Jack Heath and Riley S. Smith.

District 4 will be voting at Wicomico Presbyterian Church, located at 129 Broad St., Salisbury. Two options for candidates in this district are Michele Gregory and Jonathon Taylor.

District 5 will show up to vote at Oak Ridge Baptist Church, located at 347 Tilghman Road. The two options in this district are Angela M. Blake and Shawn Jester.

The Wicomico County Board of Elections says that if you cannot make it to the polls you can fill out an absentee ballot. They can do this by contacting the City of Salisbury and requesting the absentee ballot if you are unable to be present on Election Day. 

An absentee ballot application may be obtained in person or by calling the Wicomico County Board of Elections at 410-548-4830.

Contact the Wicomico County Board of Elections at 410-548-4830 if you have any questions regarding your eligibility to vote in the City of Salisbury General Election.

Deadline for requesting absentee ballots to be delivered by mail or fax is Oct. 29, 2019, and the deadline for requesting absentee ballots to be delivered via internet is Nov. 1, 2019.

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