Baltimore elections chief Armstead B.C. Jones Sr. intends to post signs at the city's nearly 300 precincts for voters having trouble casting ballots during November's general election.
Jones outlined his plans before the Board of Elections Thursday, as officials continued to dissect problems from the April primary — some 400 election judges failed to show up to work, polling places opened late and unverified provisional ballots were counted.
"We're going to focus on lessons learned for the general election," said Jones, who added that he looks for opportunities to improve the process after every city election.
Jones also said he is working with the...