COLLEGE PARK — A Maryland city has postponed a vote on a proposal that allows noncitizen residents, including those living in the country illegally, to vote in municipal elections. WTOP-FM reports the College Park City Council was supposed to vote on the ...Read More »
LANDOVER — Maryland officials are holding a news conference to discuss voting rights. Attorney General Brian Frosh will join Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks and Sen. Ben Cardin at an early voting site in Landover on Monday to ...Read More »
Maryland will have a new accessible voting system for the blind this election. Attorney General Brian Frosh is joining with officials from the National Federation of the Blind in Baltimore on Tuesday to demonstrate the machines. New ballot-marking devices will ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland’s top election official wants to scrap touch-screen voting machines in favor of paper ballots for early voting before the April primaries. The Washington Post reports Elections Administrator Linda Lamone is seeking to ditch the touch-screen machines because ...
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