Sunday, October 28, 2012

Early Voting cancelled for Monday - Stay tuned.

ANNAPOLIS, MD (OCTOBER 26, 2012) - Governor Martin O’Malley today issued an Executive Order declaring a state of emergency with respect to Hurricane Sandy. Depending on how the storm develops, Hurricane Sandy may have an impact on early voting, which is scheduled to take place between Saturday, October 27 and Thursday, November 1.

The Election Law provides that "[i]n the event of a state of emergency, declared by the Governor in accordance with the provisions of law, that interferes with the electoral process, the emergency proclamation may: (1) provide for the postponement, until a specific date, of the election in part or all of the State; (2) specify alternate voting locations; or (3) specify alternate voting systems." Md. Code Ann., Election Law Article, Sec. 8-103(a). ◼ Via Talbot G.O.P.

Federal offices in Washington area to be closed Monday because of Sandy - AP/Washington Post

A timeline on Sandy that tells you what to expect and when, via Capital Weather Gang