ANNAPOLIS, MD (AP) – Maryland’s top legislative leaders say they don’t agree at this time that the state’s June primary should be conducted entirely by mail due to the coronavirus. Senate President Bill Ferguson and House Speaker Adrienne Jones sent a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan, who has the final say. The two are responding to a recommendation made last week by the Maryland State Board of Elections. Ferguson and Jones say while they share the board’s concern for poll workers, they do not agree at this point at closing off the opportunity to allow for some kind of limited in-person voting.

DEL. ADRIENNE JONES

SEN. BILL FERGUSON