ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Maryland’s election board has voted to recommend having in-person voting on Election Day in at least one location in each county for the state’s June 2 primary. The board voted Thursday to modify a recommendation it made last week to hold an all mail-in primary in response to the coronavirus. Absentee ballots will be sent to all eligible voters. Voters will be able to either mail them in or drop them off at certain locations from May 21 through June 2. There will be at least one location for drop off in each county and no more than four.