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.
A state elections official says it’s possible that some non-U.S. citizens are voting in Maryland.
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.
Statewide ballot questions in Maryland can be head-scratchers, not just because of occasionally confusing legal language, but also because they do not always pertain to all voters across the state.
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.
The People’s Choice Awards announced that nominee voting is now open.
Early voting in Maryland will begin Thursday at 10 a.m. and will end at 8 p.m. on Oct. 30.
Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder says District of Columbia residents deserve representation in Congress.
A federal panel working to build a memorial honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower has voted to move forward with architect Frank Gehry’s revised design, despite objections.
Maryland Democrats and Republicans were equally unenthusiastic about voting in June’s primary, a fact that has the gubernatorial campaigns of Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and Republican Larry Hogan focusing on boosting turnout in November.
It’s a founding principle of our country–you only get one vote. But election groups say they’ve found dozens of voters casting ballots in the last presidential elections in both Maryland and Virginia.
A Washington attorney who’s spent most of her career doing legislative and public policy work is the latest candidate to enter the race for District of Columbia attorney general.