150 Baltimore Voters Were Assigned To The Wrong District, City SaysThe Baltimore City Board of Elections confirmed Monday that 150 residents were assigned to the wrong district this year, and dozens of them were given incorrect ballots.
Black Girls Vote Pushes Voter Registration As States Pass More Restrictive Voting LawsWith upwards of 250 members, Black Girls Vote is working to educate and register voters.
Appellate Judge Rejects Challenge To Annapolis Vote-By-Mail ElectionThe Maryland Court of Appeals on Thursday cleared the way for the upcoming vote-by-mail election in Annapolis.
Maryland Bills Aim To Make It Easier To VoteAfter a polarizing 2020 presidential election and a worldwide pandemic, Maryland lawmakers are rethinking how to conduct voting.
Maryland Legislators Aim For Better Voter AccessibilityLawmakers in Maryland are working to enact legislation that would greatly improve accessibility for disabled voters.
More Than 3M People Voted Across Maryland In 2020 Presidential General Election, Officials SayThe official voter turnout numbers are in. More than three million people made their voices heard in the State of Maryland this year.
Record 26,303 Marylanders Used Same-Day Registration For 2020 General Election, State Board Of Elections SaysA record 26,303 Marylanders used same-day registration during the 2020 general election, the Maryland State Board of Elections said Friday.
BGE: No Power Outage Reported At Digital Harbor High School Polling Location In BaltimoreBaltimore Gas & Electric says there was no reported power outage at the Digital Harbor High School Tuesday.
Heading To The Polls? Here's A Look At Your Election Day ForecastIf you're heading to the polls on Election day, you can expect clear weather throughout the day.
Early Voting In Maryland: More Than 140K Ballots Cast Monday, Bringing Total To 993KJust under one million Marylanders cast their ballots during the state's eight-day early in-person voting ahead of Tuesday's election, the state's elections board said.
Towson University Professor, Anne Arundel County Team Up On Election Cybersecurity TrainingWith heightened anxiety over election security in the midst of the 2020 presidential election, Towson University is training local election judges to increase their vigilance.
Here's How Marylanders Hospitalized Or Quarantined With COVID-19 Can Still Vote SafelyWith more than 500 Marylanders hospitalized with coronavirus and even more quarantining due to possible exposure, the state board of elections released a step-by-step process on how those eligible voters can still vote without exposing anyone else.
Nearly 160K Marylanders Cast Their Ballots On Third Day Of Early In-Person VotingIt's now day three of early voting in Maryland, and as of 11 a.m. at least 42,600 people have cast their ballots just on Wednesday.
Maryland Man Who Refused To Wear Mask At Polling Site Suing Harford County Sheriff, Election Officials After ArrestA Maryland man is suing several Harford County officials after he refused to wear a mask at a polling center Monday and was arrested for trespassing.
After Record-Breaking Day, Early Voting Continues In Maryland TuesdayAfter a record-breaking day, early voting continues in Maryland Tuesday.