Get Ready for Maryland's Primary Elections
Check out the Patch stories in Iowa towns and cities that host the political candidates.
Will the Iowa caucus on Jan. 3 be a preview for Maryland's primary election on April 3?
It's hard to tell. Maryland's primary election comes somewhat late in the game (see the full schedule on presidentialelectionnews.com)—on April 3—and a lot of things could happen between now and then.
In the meantime, get caught up with what's happening in Iowa on Patch.com:
- Read about a packed Newt Gingrich rally on West Des Moines Patch.
- Read Cedar Falls Patch's story about Gingrich attacking negative advertising.
- Read Waukee Patch's story about an Iowa resident who created an application to predict the Iowa caucus winner.
- Read Merrimack Patch's story about how Mitt Romney says he won't cry when discussing his deceased parents.
- Read about how Rick Santorum has claimed residency in two different states this year on Plum-Oakmont Patch.
- Read Iowa City Patch's story about how Iowa Democrats are following the Iowa caucus.
- Read West Des Moines Patch's story about a recent rally by Michele Bachmann.
To vote in a political party's presidential primary election in Maryland, voters must be registered with a political party. The last day to change party affiliation for the upcoming April 3 primary election is March 13.
Seventeen-year-olds may vote in the primary elections as long as they will be 18 by the time of the presidential election on Nov. 6.