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Voting On Election Day In Wheaton

Looking to vote in Tuesday’s general election? Patch has you covered with what you need to know for Election Day.

Voting On Election Day In Wheaton

 

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Update, 12 p.m., Tuesday:

Wheaton polling places see heavy morning turnout and long lines, and election judges tell Patch that the Montgomery County Board of Elections advised them to expect an 80-85 percent voter turnout.

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Polls open at 7 a.m. for Tuesday's general election, but the Board of Elections recommends that voters avoid peak hours by going to their polling place between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. 

Looking to plan out your election path to avoid the rush? Find your polling place.

As we wait for Election Night 2012 results, turn the clock back four years to see how Maryland voted in the 2008 election. What percentage of Montgomery County voted for the Obama-Biden ticket?

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