The team at the Baltimore County Board of Elections finished late Monday night setting up for Tuesday morning, and they’re ready for the voters to come when polls open at 7 a.m. Boxes of ballots line the walls inside the Baltimore County Board of Elections building. The board has started canvassing the more than 60,000 mail-in ballots received so far. “We started on Saturday morning, and we are able to canvas 14,000 ballots, which is amazing because Baltimore County does have a three-page ballot,” Baltimore County Elections Director Ruie LaVoie said. Baltimore County is one of 11 Maryland jurisdictions that have started counting mail-in ballots. LaVoie said Baltimore County’s polling places are fully staffed, equipment has been delivered and they’re ready for Election Day.
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November 8, 2022