BALTIMORE — The time has finally come! Election Night. Throughout Tuesday, we will be here to supply you with the most up to date info when it comes to lines at the polls to up to date results as they come in.
We will be updating this blog, along with our results page which will be accessible Tuesday evening here.
Maryland saw record numbers of people come out to the polls to vote early.
As of 10 p.m. on Tuesday, the State Board of Elections said 475,249 voters voted on Election Day.
13 thousand of those voters were same-day registrations.
As of 10 p.m. a couple of voting centers in Calvert County still had people voting.
If you are in line at 8 p.m. you will be able to cast your vote. Ballot drop boxes will also be open until 8 p.m. tonight.
Need to know where you can find your polling location? Click below to view our Election Guide!
A full list of the election locations can be found here!
Just a few hours left to vote in #Maryland!— Mallory Sofastaii WMAR (@mal_sofastaii) November 3, 2020
*As long as you're in line by 8PM you can still vote
*Ballot drop boxes close at 8PM; as long as you're in line, you can still drop off
*As of yesterday, roughly 300,000 mail-in ballots haven't been received @wmar2news @md_sbe #MDvotes
We're halfway through Election Day and 344,863 Marylanders have voted so far today! Join us and be heard in #Election2020 Find a local vote center: https://t.co/F9t9ZrqZFO Not registered? No problem! See The Registration Process: https://t.co/x0oqzF8zTE #MDvotes #UnofficialCount pic.twitter.com/Wn1UOJalXS— Maryland Elections (@md_sbe) November 3, 2020
EXPECTING 3 ELECTION RESULTS AFTER POLLS CLOSE:— Mallory Sofastaii WMAR (@mal_sofastaii) November 3, 2020
--Early Voting results
--Results from mail-in ballots already counted
--Results from Election Day
They will continue counting ballots for many days after today, through Nov. 13@wmar2news @md_sbe #Maryland #MDvotes #Elections2020
UPDATE: Average wait time:— Cecil Co. Board of Elections (@Cecil_Elections) November 3, 2020
Elkton: 1.5 hours
Perryville: 1 hour
Bohemia Manor: 45-55 minutes
Cecil Admin Building: 1 hour
Rising Sun: 2 hours
North East: 45 minutes#Election2020
151,227 Marylanders have voted so far this Election Day! Vote at any vote center in your county/City of residence: https://t.co/F9t9ZrqZFO Drop your mail-in ballot into a ballot drop box by 8p today! https://t.co/sYqHZUNkyz https://t.co/GQlylHuxGc #MDvotes #UnofficialCount pic.twitter.com/cuE4RtuZvo— Maryland Elections (@md_sbe) November 3, 2020
PA voters braved the cold weather in Shrewsbury, York County as they lined up to get a head start to vote on #ElectionDay. One voter said he arrived at 5am to beat the crowds but no luck...most said they could not remember seeing long lines like this to vote. #GMM2 @wmar2news pic.twitter.com/stzBQF0jrS— Mark Roper (@MarkRoperTV) November 3, 2020