WASHINGTON -- Maryland voted to allow qualified individuals to register to vote at polling locations on Election Day and still be able to vote on that same day.
The current state law closes voters registration before Election Day.
By voting "yes," Maryland voters supported to amend the state law by allowing qualified residents to register to vote on Election Day at a precinct polling location.
At least 67 percent of Maryland voters voted for the amendment to pass during Tuesday's election.
Being able to register to vote on Election and still be able to vote on the same day is legal in D.C.