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Little Known Ballot Question Holds Big Implications

Under current Maryland law, convicted elected officials can continue to hold office after a guilty verdict is delivered but before they are sentenced.

Under current Maryland law, convicted elected officials can continue to hold office after a guilty verdict is delivered, but before they are sentenced. If ballot Question 3 passes, elected officials will be removed from office immediately upon conviction. However, it seems that few voters are paying attention to this issue.

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