Maryland’s ballot vendor drops out as printing was to begin

BALTIMORE — Maryland’s ballot printing vendor has cut ties with the state with less than 60 days before the presidential election, but the state is still on track to print mail-in ballots by late this month, state officials said. The Baltimore Sun reports that SeaChange, a Minnesota-based vendor that printed four million ballots sent to Maryland voters before ...

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