On February 18, at the request of Maryland citizen advocates, Dr. Poorvi Vora provided testimony to the Ways and Means Committee of the Maryland House. Her testimony was in support of House Bill 0859, “Election Law – Absentee Ballot Requests, Delivery, and Marking,” sponsored by Committee Vice Chair Del. Alonzo Washington. The bill allows the use of internet ballot delivery only to those voters who need it, as opposed to the current practice of allowing any citizen to choose it. For more details, see Dr. Vora's written testimony and all of her work on Maryland's election procedures.
Dr. Vora testifies in front of Maryland House Ways and Means Committee
March 4, 2020