SB29 would change the mail-in voting process to look more like what we saw in the 2020 Primary election, when every registered voter received a mail-in ballot. Although things went smoothly in Carroll, it was a mess in other parts of Maryland. In Prince George’s County, 90,000 voters received mail-in ballots that only provided instructions in Spanish, instead of in English and Spanish. In Montgomery County, ballots were delivered late and many were deemed “un-deliverable” by the U.S. Postal Service.