Local residents voice concerns ahead of Maryland Primary Election

SALISBURY, Md. – July 19th is Maryland’s Primary Election.

Voters have been heading to the polls all day long. At the Wicomico County Civic Center, many voters cast their ballots, which was just one polling location across the state. There’s still plenty of time to come out and make your choices in the republican and democratic races. Be sure to make your voice heard and cast your vote. Locals share their concerns ahead of the Primary Election:

“I’d like to see them kind of meet in the middle with whoever they’re running with and get something accomplished that’s best for everybody,” says voter Jodi Drehmer.

“I would like to see more things for the children, they need more things to do around here. To be able to ride their dirt bikes on the roads and I would like to see more things for the homeless,” says voter Natosha Davis-Stanley.

“The main concerns are the schools there’s a lot of work that needs to be done in the schools and I hope they address that,” says voter Glenn Brown.

Polls are open until 8 tonight. We are told election officials can’t begin counting mail-in ballots until this Thursday. While we will start to get some results after the polls close it could be some time before we have final results. You can follow updates on 47ABC.com.

The general election is on November 8th.

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