Question 6 Missing from Maryland Absentee Ballots
October 25, 2012 by Carolyn Simon, Associate Director of Digital Media
Some absentee voters in Maryland have been unable to vote on Question 6 because their ballot is missing a page.
Since news broke about the issue on Tuesday, more than a dozen people from Prince George’s and Montgomery counties reported that their ballots were incomplete.
The state Board of Elections is investigating why the page is missing. If you are an absentee voter, make sure you check to see that your ballot is complete. The second page should list Questions 4-7 and any questions about local issues.
If you received a ballot that is missing the second page, call 1-800-222-8683 to request a new and complete ballot.
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