Elections officials in Prince George’s County, Maryland, are admitting that more than a dozen polling sites in the county saw long delays Tuesday for voters because they were stocked with too few ballots.
Tuesday is the last day to send in a voter registration, and the District is implementing some new technology ahead of the primary to make checking voting status easier.
New Elections Commissioner Chris Piper promised local elections officials and the state board that steps to deal with the problem of answers being wrongly filled in automatically or not provided at all would be shared “in coming weeks.”
Officials in Virginia knew there were problems with voters assigned to the wrong House districts in the Fredericksburg area since at least early 2015, documents and interviews show.
Early voting numbers in Virginia are dramatically higher compared with the 2012 general election.
WTOP analyzes the demographics of Virginia felons who registered to vote, before the state’s Supreme Court voided Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s mass restoration of voting rights.
WASHINGTON — Montgomery County’s Board of Elections has been told to try again to come up with nine early voting sites it can agree on. After hearing hours of testimony in Annapolis, the five-member Maryland State Board…
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