Starting with the September gubernatorial primary election, Maryland voters will no longer have to wait for the postal service to deliver their absentee ballots. Instead, voters will be able to print their official absentee ballot and mailing label from the internet.

The On Demand Ballot System was developed by the Maryland State Board of Elections and the Center for American Politics and Citizenship in an effort to potentially lower costs that some voters face and to increase the ease of voting for those far from home, particularly overseas voters, members of the armed forces, and college students. Read more here.

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