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33.07.04.00.htm 49:17 22-138 (REG .02) EMERGENCY ACTION IN EFFECT 7/18/2022―12/1/2022. 33.07.04.00. Title 33 STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS Subtitle 07 ELECTION DAY ACTIVITIES Chapter 04 Order and Decorum Authority: Election Law Article, §2-102(b)4) and 2-202(b) Annotated Code of Maryland
33.07.04.01.htm 33.07.04.01. 01 Media.. A. Presence Allowed. Representatives of print or electronic media are permitted in a polling place as long as their activities do not:1) Cause disruption;. 2) Infringe on voter privacy;. 3) Inhibit election judges from performing their duties; or. 4) Otherwise interfere with the orderly conduct of the election.. B. Notice Requested.. 1) Media organizations are requested to provide the State Administrator or the election director with a list of those polling
33.07.04.02.htm 49:17 22-138 (REG .02) EMERGENCY ACTION IN EFFECT 7/18/2022―12/1/2022. 33.07.04.02. 02 Cell Phones, Pagers, Cameras, etc.. A. In General. Except as specified in §B of this regulation, electronic communication devices may not be used in a polling place. Prohibited devices include:1) Cameras;. 2) Cellular telephones;. 3) Pagers; or. 4) Computer equipment.. B. Exceptions. This regulation does not apply to:. 1) Cameras used by media representatives as long as the media representativ
33.07.04.9999.htm 49:17 22-138 (REG .02) EMERGENCY ACTION IN EFFECT 7/18/2022―12/1/2022. 33.07.04.9999. Administrative History Effective date:. Regulations .01 and .02 adopted as an emergency provision effective March 1, 2000 (27:6 Md. R. 636) adopted permanently effective July 10, 2000 (27:13 Md. R. 1213)Regulation .01B amended effective April 19, 2010 (37:8 Md. R. 623). Regulation .02 amended as an emergency provision effective October 22, 2004 (31:23 Md. R. 1650) amended permanently effective
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