Baltimore mayor, local county executives urge Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to rethink largely in-person election

Seven local Democratic leaders around Maryland wrote a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday urging him to reconsider holding a largely in-person election in November and instead think about making it a “hybrid” with an emphasis on vote-by-mail and extended in-person voting centers. Local officials said the election Hogan ordered is a “herculean” task and “sets up a course of failure” for boards of elections around the state because it would force them to essentially run a vote-by-mail and in-person election at the same time. (Balt Sun)

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