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33.16.07.00.htm 33.16.07.00. Title 33 STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS Subtitle 16 PROVISIONAL VOTING Chapter 07 Post-Election Procedures Authority: Election Law Article, §2-102(b)4) 2-202(b) 9-402, 9-403, 9-404, 9-406, and 11-303(c) and (e) Annotated Code of Maryland
33.16.07.01.htm 33.16.07.01. 01 Storage of Materials.. A. A provisional ballot application submitted to a local board shall be retained for at least 22 months after the election.B. If a provisional ballot application was rejected, the ballot shall remain sealed inside the provisional ballot application envelope or in any other form in which it was received from the voter.
33.16.07.02.htm 33.16.07.02. 02 Public Information.. A. Access to Provisional Ballot Applications.. 1) Except as provided in §A(2) of this regulation, public access to provisional ballot applications prior to the completion of the canvass is prohibited.2) Members of the public attending a canvass shall be provided visual access to the provisional ballot applications presented at that canvass.3) After the canvass, access to provisional ballot applications for inspection purposes is permitted.
33.16.07.03.htm 33.16.07.03. 03 Post-Election Correspondence.. The election director shall send:. A. A letter requesting personal identification information from each voter whose provisional ballot application was rejected because the voter failed to provide the required personal identification information; andB. The appropriate letter to each voter whose provisional ballot application was rejected because the voter's registration status was pending because:1) The voter's driver's license or full or partial
33.16.07.04.htm 33.16.07.04. 04 Free Access System for Determining Whether an Application Was Accepted.. A. In accordance with State and federal law, the State Board shall establish a free access system that any individual who casts a provisional ballot may access to determine whether a provisional ballot application was accepted and, if not, why the application was not accepted.B. Information for Free Access System.. 1) Each election director shall use the Statewide voter registration system
33.16.07.05.htm 33.16.07.05. 05 Administrative Complaint Procedures.. Any person who asserts that a State or local election official has violated provisions of law or of this subtitle relating to provisional ballots may file an administrative complaint under COMAR 33.01.05.
33.16.07.9999.htm 33.16.07.9999. Administrative History Effective date: October 19, 2009 (36:21 Md. R. 1595). Regulation .02 amended effective June 17, 2019 (46:12 Md. R. 548). Regulation .03 amended effective November 23, 2017 (44:23 Md. R. 1079).
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