As the coronavirus pandemic continues into the fall, election experts are worried Maryland will face a poll worker shortage.
Salisbury Daily Times
As November inches closer, a historic election has already started to take shape.
In Maryland, questions of how to carry a safe presidential election during an ongoing public health crisis in COVID-19 led to heated debates.
The State Board of Elections had finally settled on a format by August. All of Maryland’s 24 jurisdictions will use “vote centers” for in-person voting, while eligible voters will be sent applications for mail-in ballots to encourage voting by mail.
By this week, many Marylanders have already received their ballots and begun casting their votes.
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