BALTIMORE - Friday is the last day to vote early. And if you plan to do it, get ready to wait in some long lines.
People have waited hours to cast their vote early on Wednesday and Thursday.
On Friday, polls will open for the last day of early voting at 8 AM and stay open until 9 PM.
At Randallstown Community Center last night, the line wrapped around the building. Some voters waited 4 hours to get through the line.
Early voting has already set a record in the state. More than 267,000 voters have cast their ballot early since polling centers opened in Maryland.
Hurricane Sandy forced early voting to be canceled on Monday and Tuesday, but it seems voters are now making up for lost time.
The state has 46 early voting centers.
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