Md. Code, Elec. Law § 3-601.1

Current with changes from the 2021 Legislative Session through Ch. 42
Section 3-601.1 - Clerical error
(a) In this section, "clerical error" means an inadvertent mistake in a voter registration record made by an election official or an automatic voter registration agency.
(b) The State Administrator or an election director shall make the determination whether an error in a voter registration record is a clerical error.
(c) If the State Administrator or election director determines that a clerical error has been made, the State Administrator or election director shall:
(1) cause the error to be corrected; and
(2) promptly notify the voter of the correction.
(d)
(1) On election day, if it is alleged that the name of a registered voter is missing from the precinct register because of a clerical error, the chief election judge shall contact the State Board or local board to determine whether a clerical error has been made.
(2) If the State Administrator or election director determines that the absence of the name from the precinct register is the result of a clerical error, the State Administrator or election director shall authorize the chief election judge to:
(i) issue a blank voter authority card to the affected voter; and
(ii) allow the affected voter to vote after the affected voter completes the voter authority card and provides any other documentation required by the State Board.

Md. Code, EL § 3-601.1

Amended by 2018 Md. Laws, Ch. 19,Sec. 1, eff. 7/1/2019.