BALTIMORE (AP) — Early voting is about to begin for Baltimore’s mayoral primary election.
The city’s registered voters can start on Thursday at five voting centers, which will be open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. The voting centers will be open through Saturday and will open again from Tuesday, Sept. 6 to Thursday Sept. 8.
Armstead B. Crawley Jones Sr., the election director for the city’s board of elections, tells The Baltimore Sun that he does not expect a high turnout during the six days of early voting.
This year’s primary election is Sept. 13.
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