Afternoon Update: Some Early Returns
An unofficial exit poll conducted by former Harford County Council candidate Eric Daxon (who lost to incumbent Jim McMahan in the Republican Primary) gives a snapshot of a few of the races and issues in one precinct.
Conducted at C. Milton Wright High School between 11am and noon, Daxon asked and reported the following:
Questions do you support or oppose Gun Control?
– 73% oppose gun control.
For governor did you vote for Hogan or Brown?
– 78% voted for Hogan.
For sheriff did you vote for Gahler or Bane?
– 78% voted for Gahler.
According to Daxon, 20 people were polled out of a total of 95 voters during this time and by noon there were 496 total votes at the precinct.
Sharon Bazzetta and her family (above) voting at C. Milton Wright High School. Bazzetta said it’s her “duty to come vote.” She is teaching her kids voting is a privilege few in the world have.
Morning Update: Sunrises and Social Media
As dawn broke over Harford County on Election Day morning, candidates took to social media to post photographs of the sunrise along with inspirational messages, encourage their supporters to hit the ground running today, and show just how early they were up and working in the final day of their campaign.
Some candidates, like District B County Councilman Joe Woods, have no General Election opposition (Woods had no opposition whatsoever in these 2014 races) and are guaranteed a return to office – but were nonetheless encouraging participation in today’s election.
Today is Election Day and this is my 2nd unopposed General Election. I am so thankful for the support and guidance from all of my friends, Family and Supporters. I am also very thankful for the opportunity and the privilege of serving the people of District B and Harford County on the Harford County Council. I will continue to do the very best that I can while serving on the Harford County Council.
Today, I will be working the District B Election Polls. I will be sending out photos and updates from each location. I hope to see many of you out at the polls today.
Although I hand no opponents for this entire 2014 election; I would greatly appreciate you vote.
Sen. J.B. Jennings stopped by early at Fallston High School with Delegate Kathy Szeliga, Bob Frisch- School Board Councilman Joe Woods and Laura Woods and Mom.
Voter turnout was so-so this morning at William Paca Elementary School, where Del. Glen Glass was reminding constituents that “I’m fighting BGE! I’m fighting Smart Meters.”
It’s Tuesday November 4, which means it’s 2014 Gubernatorial General Election Day in Harford County. After enduring another season of political signage, roadside greetings, and campaign promises, voters of all political persuasions will finally head to the polls and elect their representatives. The polls will be open to registered voters from 7am-8pm.
Not sure in which councilmanic or legislative district you reside or where to cast your vote? No problem. Simply type your address into the handy Harford County Government Election Boundary Locator and you’ll be on your way.
Like to prepare ahead of time? Take a look at the Gubernatorial General Election 2014 Sample Ballots so you’ll be fully prepared to cast your vote when you step into the booth.
Still have questions or concerns? Try looking up the Harford County Board of Elections website or contacting them another way: 410-638-3565 or 410-879-2000 — (TTY) 711 — (fax) 410-638-3310 or E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Results of the Tuesday’s General Election may be available by 10pm. The Board of Elections has scheduled the first Absentee Ballot Canvass on November 6 at 10am, the Provisional Ballot Canvass on November 12 at 10am, and the second Absentee Ballot Canvass on November 14 at 10pm.
As always, check back with The Dagger and The Dagger’s Facebook page throughout the day for news and updates on the election, voting, and local campaigns.
If you’d like to contribute to the coverage, please post your Election Day anecdotes and notices in the comments below.
Thanks for the coverage, Brian. Keep it coming.
Machine #0 at William Paca Elementary was fliping my vote for two different offices. I was able to fix but this is not right!
Don’t worry… it’s a calibration error. The error is that it was calibrated by a democrat.