Early voting starts in Maryland

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MARYLAND – Early voting begins on Thursday in the state of Maryland and will run through Thursday, November 3rd.

Registered voters will be able to go to their voting centers throughout the state to cast their ballots. Those centers will be open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. To see which centers are nearest to you, you can visit this website.

Voters who are eligible to vote but are not yet registered will be able register on the same day that they vote. To register, you must bring a document that verifies your address, like an MVA-issued license or ID card, as well as any government document with your name and address. If you would like more information about same day registration, you can go here.

For any additional information, you can visit the State Board of Elections website.

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