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Posted at 3:52 PM ET, 11/ 8/2010

Currie challenger seeks voting probe

By Washington Post Editors

Miranda Spivack reports on the Maryland Politics blog that Jennifer Lowery-Bell has asked Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler to investigate Prince George's County's handling of write-in votes in the Nov. 2 contest for state senator for the 25th District.

In a letter to Gansler on Monday, Lowery-Bell said local election officials failed to inform voters at two polling places about the procedures for casting a write-in ballot. She said the problems occurred during early voting at the county's Sports and Learning Complex, and on Nov. 2 at Kettering Middle School. In both instances, she said, she complained to the chief elections judges at each polling place.

Read the entire post on Maryland Politics.

By Washington Post Editors  | November 8, 2010; 3:52 PM ET
Categories:  Maryland  
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