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Hogan’s Veto of Voting Bills Draws Concern

June 1st, 2022 by WCBC Radio

Just before the Memorial Day holiday, Governor Larry Hogan allowed nearly 300 bills to become law without his signature.  Hogan also vetoed 18 bills, including one which allowed voters to provide several ways for a missing signature on a mail in-ballot after it had been received by a local elections board. In his veto message, Hogan said the bill did not validate a signature and he raised security concerns. Joanne Antoine, executive director of Common Cause of Maryland, told WBAL radio she was perplexed by Hogan’s veto of those key election bills…