Maryland Begins Sending Out 4 Million Mail-In Ballot Applications As Lawmakers Criticize Postal Service CutsMaryland’s State Board of Elections expects a record number of people to vote by mail in the closely-watched upcoming presidential election.
Hogan OKs Plan For Voting Centers For 2020 General ElectionMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan approved recommendations by the state elections board on Monday to reduce the number of polling places to accommodate a shortage of poll workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Maryland's Elections Board Plans To Mail Absentee Ballot Applications For Fall Election By End Of AugustMaryland Elections Board Administrator Linda Lamone said absentee ballot applications will be sent to all eligible voters by the end of August.
Hogan Gives State Board Of Elections 48 Hours To Provide Plans For Fall General ElectionGov. Larry Hogan on Monday gave the State Board of Elections two days to put forth its plans for how it will administer the general election in November amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Time Magazine: Russian Election Hack Worse Than Initially ThoughtTime Magazine reports that a Russian cyber attack in more than 20 states is worse than initially thought.
Russian Hackers Breach 39 States' Election Systems Excluding Md.A new report emerges that Russian cyber attacks breached election systems in 39 states.
State Board of Elections Orders Baltimore Election Results De-CertifiedTwo weeks after Maryland's primary election, the State Board of Elections has ordered the Baltimore election results be de-certified.
Brown: Ulman Won't Raise Money During SessionLt. Gov. Anthony Brown says his running mate in the governor's race won't be raising money during this year's legislation despite having been cleared to do so.
Md. Probing Missing Page On Some Absentee Ballots The Maryland State Board of Elections is investigating what caused a missing page in some absentee ballots in Prince George's and Montgomery counties.
Md. Now Offering Online Voter RegistrationOnline voter registration is up and running in Maryland.
Maryland Judge Puts Third Parties Back On Ballot A judge has ruled the Libertarian and Green political parties have enough signatures from registered voters to be recognized on Maryland ballots.