The first day of early voting for the 2010 Gubernatorial General Election got underway in Harford County Friday morning with long lines outside the doors of the Bel Air library.
About 25 people turned out to vote before 10 a.m. (there was some confusion as to whether early voting started at 9 or 10 a.m.) Hundreds of signs lined the streets. Bob Ehrlich, Jesse Bane and Andy Harris sign waving volunteers were out in full force. Del. Wayne Norman and Register of Wills hopeful Derek Hopkins were among those to cast the first votes.
It was also announced that Ehrlich would be coming to Bel Air this weekend for an Early Voting Rally at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday across from the Bel Air Library on Hickory Avenue.
In Harford County, you can vote early at:
Bel Air Public Library
100 E. Pennsylvania Avenue
Bel Air, MD 21014
In Cecil County, you can vote early at:
Cecil County Administration Building
200 Chesapeake Blvd
Elkton, MD 21921
Early voting centers will be open 10am to 8pm every day from Friday, October 22nd through Thursday, October 28th, 2010, except for Sunday, October 24th when early voting centers are closed. And all early voting centers are accessible for voters with disabilities. Early voting is convenient, accessible and on your schedule.
Anyone have any interesting observations from their early voting experience today?