MVA apologizes for massive voting glitch, offers explanation

ANNAPOLIS — The head of the state's Motor Vehicle Administration apologized to lawmakers for more than 80,000 voters caught up in programming glitch prior to the June primary vote. Christine Nizer, administrator for the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration, took responsibility for what she called an inadvertent programming mistake during a hearing with members of the House ...

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