Early voting turnout is up this year in Maryland compared with the last midterm election, and about 109,000 people cast ballots during the last two days of early voting, which ended Thursday night.
Early voting just started last week in Maryland, but there are already accusations that some voting machines are changing Republican votes to Democrat. Now Republicans are calling for an investigation by the State Board of Elections.
We’re eight days from Election Day and the candidates are on the stump. Marylanders have until Thursday to take advantage of early voting before the November 4 general election.
Early voting is underway in Maryland. This Thursday and for the next seven days, voters are casting ballots in the 2014 election, most notably the governor’s race.
We are now less than two weeks away from election day. Early voting starts Thursday, and the state’s congressional delegation is encouraging Maryland voters to protect their rights.
Early voting in Maryland will begin Thursday at 10 a.m. and will end at 8 p.m. on Oct. 30.
Will voters show up to cast their ballots for the primary election? There is growing concern that a very small number of people could determine some of the top jobs in Maryland, including nominations for governor.
The Maryland State Board of Elections is reporting a record-high turnout of early voters in the state’s primary election.
Thousands cast their ballots in Maryland’s early voting.
Officials in Maryland say more than 20,000 people cast ballots on the first day of early voting in the state.
Voters in Maryland head to the polls in the first step toward deciding who Maryland’s next governor will be. But there is concern that the primary could see a record-low voter turnout.
Gov. Martin O’Malley and Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch are calling attention to the start of early voting.