Maryland judge rules mail-in ballot count can begin this weekend

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An order by the Maryland Court of Special Appeals denied an emergency request by lawyers for Dan Cox. Cox is challenging Democrat Wes Moore to replace Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. Counting mail-in ballots before Election Day was allowed in 2020 during a state of emergency, when voting by mail increased due to the pandemic.
Published 2 months ago · Baltimore, United States

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Maryland court says mail-in ballot count can start Saturday

A Maryland appeals court has rejected a request by Maryland’s Republican gubernatorial nominee to delay counting of mail-in ballots that could start as soon as Saturday.

2 months ago·Baltimore, United States
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Maryland judge rules mail-in ballot count can begin this weekend

A Maryland appeals court has rejected a request by Maryland’s Republican gubernatorial nominee to delay counting of mail-in ballots that could start as soon as Saturday.

2 months ago
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