In the News

Washington County Board of Elections prepares for delayed primary - Herald Mail 03/17/20

Officials: Mostly mail-in primary election a 'success' - Herald Mail 06/07/20

Ballots counted, but emergency delays certification - Herald Mail 06/13/20

Maryland governor outlines plans for election process - Herald Mail 07/09/20

Governor Hogan sets ground rules for voting in Maryland's November general election - WDVM 07/09/20


COVID-19 forces 20 polling place changes - Herald Mail 07/20/20

Polling places consolidated for November election - WDVM 07/20/20

Maryland election officials face fall challenges - WDVM 07/21/20

State election plans up in the air over pandemic - Herald Mail 08/05/20

Local Election Officials Urge Fewer Voting Sites Due to Poll Worker Shortage - Maryland Matters 08/06/20

Governor Hogan Revamps Maryland Voting Sites for Election Day - WDVM 08/11/20

Election board works on voting centers plan - Herald Mail 08/11/20

Catch Deputy Director Barry Jackson's recent appearance on The FlipSide 06/27/21

Local college teams up with Washington County Board of Elections to get students registered to vote on National Voter Registration Day - WDVM 09/28/21

Washington County Board of Elections vote to approve three early voting locations - WDVM 10/12/21

'No perfect solution' for Washington County early-voting centers - Herald Mail 10/13/21

County commissioners 'disappointed' in selection of library as second early voting center site - Herald Mail 10/19/21

Our Vision

The people in Washington County, as citizens in a democracy, will have the protection of their fundamental rights – the right to vote and have that vote counted.

Our Mission

To comply with the statutory obligations in the administration of elections and voter registration and to conduct elections in Washington County that will protect the fundamental rights of citizens in a democracy.

In support of this mission, we are committed to:

  • Serving as an agent for the federal and state government to fulfill mandated programs;

  • Providing easy access for voter registration;

  • Conducting fair and honest elections with security and integrity maintained in the casting of ballots, canvassing of votes and reporting of election results;

  • Encouraging citizen awareness of, and participation in, the election process;

  • Utilizing community resources as a vehicle for publicity and voter education.

The Board is composed of five members each serving a term of four years.  The members are appointed by the Governor, with the advice and consent of the State Senate, from lists proposed by the County Central Committees of the two major political parties.

The Board of Elections is responsible for the planning and supervision of all County, State and Federal Elections held in Washington County, as well as the City of Hagerstown.  Elections are administered using the Maryland Constitution, Registration and Election Laws of Maryland and Title 33 of the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR).

Our Board


Marty Lumm, President

Tammy Downin, Vice President

Bill Blazes, Secretary

Connie Mozingo, Assistant Secretary

Jim Schultheis, Board Member

Brian Kane, Board Attorney

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Board Meetings
The Washington County Board of Elections meets every 2nd Tuesday of the month at 3:00PM at the Washington County Election Center, 17718 Virginia Avenue, Hagerstown, MD 21740, unless otherwise stated.  Board meetings are open to the public, with the exception of Executive Sessions.  If you wish to speak at a board meeting, you must get prior approval from the board.  Due to space limitations, please inform the staff if you plan to be in attendance.
The next board meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 3:00PM.  The minutes for the November 9, 2021 meeting will be posted below as soon as they are approved by the board.

Previous Board Minutes

The Board of Elections staff.

Our Staff


left to right:  Tammi Derr, Program Specialist,

Cory Green, Program Assistant, Carl Dayley, Program IT Specialist, Barry Jackson, Deputy Director, Kaye Robucci, Director, 
Teresa Morningstar, Program Supervisor

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Governor Larry Hogan paid a visit to the office staff.

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Governor Larry Hogan paid a visit to the office staff after the first offsite cabinet meeting of his administration was held in Hagerstown.