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Maryland early voting: Comparing 2018 turnout with last midterm election

Like the previous midterm election in 2014, early voting in Maryland’s general election is open for eight days and starts and ends on a Thursday. Four years ago, Republican Larry Hogan was running against Democrat Anthony Brown for governor. This year, Hogan is running for re-election, against Democrat Ben Jealous.

Early voting runs 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 25-Nov. 1 at 79 locations. In 2014, early voting was at the same times Oct. 23-30 at 64 locations.

Maryland general election early voting turnout

Day 2014 2018
DayDay 1 201442,880 201887,409
DayDay 2 201438,806 201881,132
DayDay 3 201419,851 201855,583
DayDay 4 201416,267 201854,648
DayDay 5 201440,081 201890,789
DayDay 6 201440,786 201891,480
DayDay 7 201444,718 201887,170
DayDay 8 201464,257 2018113,065
DayTotal 2014307,646 2018661,276

Source: Maryland State Board of Elections

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