A 2020 mail-in ballot arrived last week as mail delays persist in the Baltimore area and USPS remains under scrutiny

Towson resident Isaac Perry Cocke had long since given up on receiving his mail-in ballot for November’s presidential election when it arrived last week, a whopping four months after Election Day.

He was still able to vote — he drove to a county Board of Elections site and picked up his ballot all those months ago.

“My wife was more concerned about it than I was, I’m afraid,” he joked.

“I figured that would work out the way that it did, which was another extra step I had to go through,” he said. “And if worse came to worst, I was prepared to go in and vote in person.”

Cocke’s experience, while unique, is yet another example of mail-related woes that have persisted over the past few months.


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