Local news in Maryland is reporting that some precincts weren’t ready this morning because the voting machines weren’t ready. Reportedly because of polling issues, the results of today’s election aren’t expected until tomorrow.
Local News ABC7 reported at 7 a.m. — Officials tell 7News that in at least two locations, voting machines were not working as long as an hour after the polls opened. The sites affected were Charles Carrol Middles School in New Carrollton and Hoyer Early Childhood Learning Center in Cheverly. It’s not clear how many residents were waiting in line at the time of the issue.
The live broadcast says we probably won’t have results tonight.
Issues started right away.
Getting started on a long Election Day. Already hearing of problems at polling places in Prince George’s. They weren’t ready for voters when the polls opened. We’re seeking answers. Otherwise seeing lots of campaign signs and few voters as expected pic.twitter.com/axE2IJr6cP
— Brad Bell (@Brad7News) July 19, 2022
Marilyn Mosby is running in the election today. She was recently arrested for perjury and false information on a mortgage application.
However Mosby looks at it like she did nothing wrong.
Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s race is one of the most closely watched election right now in Maryland.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars have flowed into the campaign and now voters will decide.
— Mikenzie Frost (@MikenzieFrost) July 19, 2022