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In-person early voting begins Monday in Maryland

File- This Nov. 1, 2016 file photo, shows voters casting ballots during early voting in Atlanta. Georgia Democrats are outraged over a bill pending in the state legislature that would limit counties to offering only one weekend day for early voting per election. But Republicans argue that Georgians should have equal access to the polls during federal and state elections, with each county having the same number of early-voting opportunities. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)

Maryland voters can begin to vote in person next week at dozens of sites statewide. Early voting centers open Monday morning and will operate daily until Nov. 2. Maryland has allowed early in-person voting since 2010, but it wasn’t offered ...

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Early voting ending Thursday in Maryland

A line of voting booths in the 3rd district of Baltimore City on primary election day in April, 2016. (The Daily Record / Maximilian Franz)

ANNAPOLIS — It’s the last day for early voting in Maryland. Thursday is the last day voters in the state can cast their ballots ahead of Election Day. Early voting polls are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Any ...

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Early voting posts highest turnout

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More voters took advantage of early voting this year than in two previous elections. Statewide, 141,590 voters—a nearly 4.2 percent overall turnout—went to early voting centers to cast ballots. The raw numbers are percentages are the highest since the state ...

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General Assembly heads to midnight adjournment

Del. Luiz Simmons

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland General Assembly breezed toward adjournment Monday following a session of heavy lifting, approving a medical marijuana measure and an expansion of early voting on the last day, after most of the major bills already had been ...

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