The End is Nigh
As I reported on Maryland Politics Watch, 10,059 out of around 11,700 provisional ballots in Montgomery County were counted by Friday afternoon according to a member of the County Board of Elections. However, a new programming problem arose in the State's MDVoters software. They have to manually research 200 voters to prove their party affiliation so they can be sure that voted the correct ballot in the correct precinct. Nevertheless, the Board will resume counting at 1PM on Saturday and hope to post a final provisional count on the Board's website by 5PM.