BALTIMORE COUNTY — Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski casts his ballot.
He stopped by a drop box on Wednesday to vote.
He voted for former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris. He also voted 'yes' on all state and local questions.
While there, he encouraged anyone voting by mail to do so as soon as possible.
"The key is to have your ballot postmarked by Election Day but there is a cut off point after which, even if it is postmarked, the board will not be able to count it," said Olszewski.
Baltimore County has had over 75,000 ballots cast already and more than 200,000 ballots requested.
The county is adding 31 more drop boxes to make it easier to cast your ballot. Those new drop boxes will be up and running by Friday.