Maryland voters turned out to make their votes count Tuesday, but the primary election wasn't entirely without issues across the state.
Four precincts in Baltimore City opened late. Supporters of Donna Edwards and Catherine Pugh made a push in court to keep polls open past 8 p.m.
The city board of elections director Armstead Jones said the city uses 200 buildings for polling places, but doesn't hold the keys for any of them, which can lead to challenges.
"I would say it's not out of the ordinary, but I guess it's to what degree the issues are and, of course, with a new voting system, we trained over 2,000 judges the last two and a half weeks. We had hundreds to call and cancel," Jones said.
Returning to paper ballots wasn't the easiest transition for every voter.
"Well, it was frustrating. I ended up using three of them, because I mismarked so you can't erase," one voter told ABC2.
Some voters also expressed frustration that they didn't receive "I voted" stickers and many even took to social media using #stickergate to point out the absence.
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3 hours of canvassing to get people to the polls in West Baltimore. Longest convo I had was about #stickergate
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