Dozens remain in line at voting centers across Maryland
BALTIMORE (AP) — Dozens of Maryland primary voters are waiting in line to vote two hours after polls were scheduled to close. At one location in Baltimore, roughly 100 people were still waiting to cast their ballots around 10 p.m. Tuesday. Another location had about 50 people in line. The voting was being slowed by the limited number of people allowed inside the polling stations because of the coronavirus pandemic. Most voting took place by mail because of the virus. However, elections officials allowed six in-person voting centers in Baltimore over concerns that ballots were not arriving in the mail as scheduled.