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Everything You Wanted to Know About General Election Voting in Md., But Were Afraid to Ask — September 1, 2020

Everything You Wanted to Know About General Election Voting in Md., But Were Afraid to Ask September 1, 2020 By: Bennett Leckrone Read the full article here. The 2020 presidential general election will be unprecedented in many ways. From mail-in[...]

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Elections Officials Believe They Have Enough Judges Lined Up to Staff Polling Places — August 28, 2020

Elections Officials Believe They Have Enough Judges Lined Up to Staff Polling Places August 28, 2020 By: Bennett Leckrone Read the full article here. Maryland’s local boards of elections now have enough election judges to staff Election Day voting centers,[...]

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Duplicate Ballot Applications In Maryland Spark Confusion, Concerns About Backlog — August 28, 2020

Duplicate Ballot Applications In Maryland Spark Confusion, Concerns About Backlog August 28, 2o20 By: Dominique Maria Bonessi Read the full article here.  Some Maryland voters who applied for mail-in ballots online also received a paper application in the mail this[...]

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Board OKs MACo’s Request for Additional State Funding for Mail-In Ballot Applications — August 20, 2020

Board OKs MACo’s Request for Additional State Funding for Mail-In Ballot Applications August 20, 2020 By: Kevin Kinnally Read the full article here. The Maryland State Board of Elections (SBE) yesterday voted unanimously to request additional state funding to pay[...]

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When it Comes to Government Openness, Maryland Is a ‘Backwater’ — August 21, 2020

When it Comes to Government Openness, Maryland Is a ‘Backwater’ August 21, 2020 By: Bruce DePuyt Read the full article here. A government geek who hoped to flip open her laptop and watch the Maryland State Ethics Commission in action[...]

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CAN’T TALK IN AN EMERGENCY? NOW YOU CAN TEXT 9-1-1 — August 20, 2020

CAN’T TALK IN AN EMERGENCY? NOW YOU CAN TEXT 9-1-1 August 20, 2020 By: Suzanne Pollak Read the full article here. Beginning today, Marylanders have the option of texting 9-1-1 for help if they cannot call the number. In an[...]

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Texting 9-1-1 is now possible in Maryland — August 20, 2020

Texting 9-1-1 is now possible in Maryland August 20, 2020 By: Donte Kirby Read the full article here. Officials still say to call if you can, but believe that text messages will help with safety and accessibility.  It’s now possible[...]

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What the Md. board of elections wants you to know before voting in the upcoming election — August 19, 2020

What the Md. board of elections wants you to know before voting in the upcoming election August 19, 2020 By: Brad Bell Read the full article here. ANNAPOLIS, Md. (ABC7) — The state board of elections met again Wednesday afternoon to[...]

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STATE SEN. KAGAN OFFERS ADVICE FOR SMOOTH VOTING PROCESS — August 14, 2020

STATE SEN. KAGAN OFFERS ADVICE FOR SMOOTH VOTING PROCESS August 14, 2020 By: Maryam Shahzad Read the full article here.  Marylanders will be mailed applications to request a ballot for the upcoming November election. Sen. Cheryl Kagan (D-Montgomery), who represents[...]

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