ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration says weather developments will be monitored to determine whether changes will be needed to the state’s early voting schedule.
O’Malley declared a state of emergency on Friday, as the mid-Atlantic region braced for Hurricane Sandy.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Hail & Damaging Winds Possible For Baltimore Area As Cold Front Moves Through
Early voting begins on Saturday in Maryland and runs through Thursday.READ MORE: Capital Gazette Gunman Jarrod Ramos Sentenced To 5 Life Terms Without Parole
Forecasters say the hurricane could come ashore early Tuesday.
Maryland’s election law provides that in the event of a state of emergency that interferes with the electoral process, the proclamation may provide for the postponement of the election in part or all of the state.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Maryland: 17 New Deaths Reported, Hospitalizations & Positivity Dip
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