Poll book error led to three Annapolis voters casting ballots twice, Maryland elections board says
A review completed Monday by the Maryland State Board of Elections into three voters from Ward 8 each casting two ballots in the 2021 Annapolis general election found certain records were not updated in electronic poll books on Election Day, which allowed them to vote in person despite also returning ballots by mail. “Our review found that the process of updating the electronic poll books to identify voters whose vote-by-mail ballots have been received by election officials did not update all of the necessary records for the city of Annapolis’ general election,” said Nikki Charlson, deputy administrator of the state elections board, in a statement. Brooks DuBose, The Capital Gazette.
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