The day after receiving a letter from the state's top lawmakers, the Maryland State Board of Elections announced Wednesday it will triple the number of ballot drop-off locations in the June 2 primary and will consider adding more in-person voting centers at its Wednesday meeting.

The board also announced it will review its ballot mailing vendor's performance after the primary.

“We are extremely disappointed that our ballot mailing vendor failed to deliver ballots on schedule and failed to notify us about their delay,” Maryland Administrator of Elections Linda Lamone said in a statement. “We will conduct a thorough review of their performance after the election. Despite this delay, ballots are being delivered daily to eligible voter addresses on file in Baltimore and Maryland. We are confident eligible voters will receive their ballots in time to cast their votes in the June 2 primary.”

To mail in their ballot, a voter to fill it out, sign the oath on the envelope, and drop it in the mail. There is no need to put a stamp on it. The ballot must be postmarked by June 2 to be counted. Read more at WBAL