The results of last week’s general election highlight the importance of voter turnout.
Data from this week’s Maryland primary shows Montgomery County had the lowest voter turnout in the entire state.
It appears to be a big turnout at the polls across the state. Many voters reported waiting in line between one and two hours.
As the last-minute campaigning continues, so does the last-minute effort to get Maryland voters to the polls.
A Baltimore jury convicts political consultant Julius Henson on one of the four charges brought against him in the Election Night robocall scandal.
Jurors will soon begin debating whether those Election Night robocalls in 2010 amounted to fraud on the part of political consultant Julius Henson.
She was the voice behind the controversial 2010 Election Night robocall. Now she’s the star witness in the case against her boss– the man who wrote the robocall–political consultant Julius Henson.
There will be a big change for the next citywide election: it has been delayed for a year.
Maryland senators want to move the date of elections in Baltimore City to coincide with presidential contests.
Ocean City is looking at changing its election day for town offices.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. Tuesday in Baltimore’s General Election. City residents are deciding on their leadership for the next four years.
Turnout was just 23 percent, the lowest in Baltimore’s modern history. Less than a quarter of eligible voters showed up.