Advocates Urge Gov. Hogan To Adjust Plan For In-Person Polling Centers Ahead Of General Election

A panel of agency leaders and state organizations is continuing to call on Gov. Larry Hogan to implement mail-in ballots instead of in-person polling places for the general election in November. The push comes as more polling places in the state opt out of hosting voters due in part to a lack of staff. The Maryland Association of Election Officials held a teleconference Wednesday, during which they urged Gov. Hogan to backtrack on a plan that would keep all polling places open. (WJZ-TV)

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