April 14, 2020 •
Three In-Person Voting Centers for April 28 Special Election
The Maryland Board of Elections has announced there will be three in-person voting centers for the 7th Congressional District special general election on April 28.
The centers are for voters who are unable to cast their ballots by mail.
One voting center will be located in each local jurisdiction: Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Howard County.
The board is recommending all 7th district voters who can vote by mail do so.
Voting by mail is the safest way to vote.
However, concerns over safeguarding the voting rights of those unable to vote by mail led to the decision to open the three in-person voting centers.
The local elections boards will select the location of the in-person voting centers.
Locations will be announced no later than April 20.
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