September 9, 2022

On to November! Ballots Released,

Process Problems Heading to the Courts

Maryland’s 2022 election cycle now moves on, full speed ahead, to the November general election. Following several complications, the final ballots have been printed for all 24 jurisdictions. And in the wake of a slow vote count in July, the State Board of Elections has petitioned the courts for emergency measures to allow a speedier processing of mail-in ballots.

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State Board of Elections Petitions Court to Speed Up Mail-In Ballot Counting

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State and Local Legal Center Ceases Operations

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Oxfam Ranks MD 14th Best State for Workers

eMaryland Marketplace Helps Counties Simplify Procurement

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Baltimore City First Responders Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground

Montgomery Lawsuit Tests Boundaries of Anton’s Law

Harford Nationally Recognized for Financial Reporting Excellence

Stephen Pereira Appointed Calvert’s Director of Technology Services

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Highlights of MDOT Draft Six-Year Capital Budget Plan

Montgomery Planning Creates Innovative Pedestrian Prioritization Tool

DOT Launches Air Travelers Dashboard

After Years of Advocacy, JUUL Settlement Represents Significant Win

MD Dept of Health Okays Modified COVID Booster

MML Likely Championing Municipal Police Oversight

MD Sees 12K Registered Apprentices, Signifying Growing Importance to Economy

Prince George’s Leadership Institute Preps Youth for County Service

Montgomery Incentivizes Families to Register for Free School Meals

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Fun Fact for Beer Lovers: Allegany's Tap and Pour Tour

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MD Pledges $25M for Bay Clean-Up Using Pay-for-Performance Model

Energy Administration Opens $1.6M in Offshore Wind Supply Chain Funding

State Seeks Consultant for State Parks Study

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Prince George's County Highlights Behavioral Health Services and Resources

Somerset County Commissioners Charles Laird and Randy Laird Honored at Field Lighting Ceremony

Baltimore County Purchases Land for New Hereford Senior Center

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