Election Day 2020: Your Guide To Casting A Ballot In MarylandTuesday is Election Day, marking the final day to vote in an election that has been significantly changed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Some Marylanders' Ballots Won't Show Up As Accepted On Online Tracker Until After Election Day. That's Normal, Officials SayWhile Marylanders are able to check the status of their mail-in or provisional ballots online for the 2020 election, some may not see their vote as being accepted until after Election Day. That should not alarm people, the state's elections board said Monday.
Maryland Mail-In Ballots At Historic Levels Before Election DayThis year has been a parade of unprecedented events, and the early voting in the general election is proving to be no exception.
Here's What 'Ballot Received' Means For Maryland Voters Checking The Status On Mail-In BallotsMore than 1.6 million Marylanders have turned to mail-in voting for the 2020 general election as the coronavirus pandemic continues, but that high volume means some voters are seeing delays when checking the status of their ballots.
Maryland 2020 Election Guide: Where And When To Vote, List Of Important RacesTuesday is Election Day, marking the final day to vote in an election that has been significantly changed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Ballot Boxes Secured To Prevent Tampering, But Maryland Voters Can Still Drop Off Ballots 24/7The Maryland State Board of Elections is reminding Marylanders that while each ballot drop box is locked to prevent tampering, voters can still submit ballots 24/7.
Maryland Voting Guide: How To Cast Your Ballot For The 2020 General ElectionElection Day is here and amid the COVID-19 pandemic, voting will look much different this year.
Poll: Marylanders Evenly Divided On Whether They Will Vote By Mail, In-PersonA new poll suggest likely Maryland voters are divided evenly on whether they will vote via mail-in ballot or in-person.
One Month Ahead Of Election, Mail-In Ballots Already Being Counted In Baltimore, Anne Arundel CountyElection Day is exactly four weeks away, but ballots are already being counted in Baltimore and Anne Arundel County.
Maryland Officials Say USPS Postcard On 2020 Election Has 'Inconsistent' Information On Mail-In VotingThe Maryland State Board of Elections says a postcard mailed to residents by the USPS has inconsistent information on the upcoming 2020 general election.