Survivor support has also been extended to voting as The Maryland State Board Elections said voters can apply at their local board of elections sites under “persons being threatened.” Once proof is provided, their information will be confidential. “Voter registration data is of course public. This just another layer of protection for those survivors of domestic violence to make their voices are still heard,” MD State Administrator of Elections Jared DeMarinis said.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month opens up conversation, connects community with resources
October 19, 2023