BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Numerous schools in Maryland’s 7th congressional district will be closed on February 4 as voters head to the polls for a primary election to replace the late Rep. Elijah Cummings.

Baltimore County Schools said Friday that classes will be canceled county-wide since many schools serve as polling places. A district-wide closure is also scheduled for the general election on April 28.

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In Baltimore City, schools in the 7th congressional district that serve as polling places will also not have class on February 4. A full list is available on the district’s website.

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Schools across the city will be closed for the general election.

Students under the age of 18 who would like a free meal that day can visit any open school.

Public schools in Howard County will also be closed for both the primary and general elections, according to the district’s website.

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Thirty-two candidates will appear on the ballot in the primary election.