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With New Districts Set, Election Officials ‘Working Long Hours’ to Prepare for Primary

April 25, 2022
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With the delayed July 19 primary just 12 weeks away and redistricting challenges settled, Maryland election officials are working overtime to get ready for the fast-approaching election. Implementing redistricting plans is “meticulous and time-consuming work,” said Baltimore County Elections Director Ruie Lavoie. Creating precincts using new redistricting plans is a street-by-street process, and election officials couldn’t finish that work until state, local and congressional maps were final. There is much left to do to ensure every Maryland voter casts the correct ballot, Lavoie said.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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