Cortellessa: Larry Hogan is creating chaos and fear for the November election

On July 8, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) made a surprise announcement. Even though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised Americans to avoid voting at polling places during the pandemic, Hogan said the state would hold a “normal” election in November. Instead of mailing every registered voter a ballot — as Maryland did for its June 2 primary and an April 28 special congressional election — the governor ordered the opening of more than 1,600 polling places and 79 early voting centers while mailing all eligible active registered voters an application for an absentee ballot. (Wash Post)

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