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33.11.06.00.htm 33.11.06.00. Title 33 STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS Subtitle 11 ABSENTEE BALLOTS Chapter 06 Post-Election Procedures Authority: Election Law Article, §2-102(b)4) 2-202(b) and 9-303, Annotated Code of Maryland; 42 U.S.C. §1973ff-1(h) and 1974
33.11.06.01.htm 33.11.06.01. 01 Storage of Materials.. A. Document Retention. A local board shall retain for 22 months after an election:. 1) Absentee ballot applications;. 2) Voted absentee ballots;. 3) Return envelopes; and. 4) Certificates of assistance.. B. Disposal of Unvoted Ballots.. 1) A local board may dispose of any unvoted absentee ballots at least 30 days after State certification of an election or the conclusion of a recount, whichever is later.
33.11.06.02.htm 33.11.06.02. 02 Post-Election Correspondence.. After voter registration reopens, the election director shall send:. A. A letter requesting personal identification information from each voter whose absentee ballot was rejected because the voter failed to provide the required personal identification information; andB. The appropriate letter to each voter whose absentee ballot was rejected because the voter's registration status was "pending" because:1) The voter's driver's l
33.11.06.03.htm 33.11.06.03. 03 Free Access System for Determining Whether Absentee Ballot Was Accepted.. A. The State Board shall establish a free access system that any voter who submits an absentee ballot application may access to determine whether the local board received and accepted the voter's absentee ballot application and received and counted the voter's absentee ballot.B. Information for Free Access System.. 1) Each election director shall use the Statewide voter registration system
33.11.06.9999.htm 33.11.06.9999. Administrative History Effective date: May 31, 2010 (37:11 Md. R. 768).
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