Article - Election Law
(a) The State Board shall certify and publicly display the content and arrangement of each ballot:
(1) for a primary election, at least 64 days before the election;
(2) for a general election, at least 64 days before the election;
(3) for a special primary election, at least 18 days before the election; and
(4) for a special general election, not later than a date specified in the Governor’s proclamation.
(b) The Court of Appeals, on petition of the State Board, may establish a later date in extraordinary circumstances.
(c) The State Board shall publicly display the content and arrangement of each certified ballot on its website.
(d) Except pursuant to a court order under § 9–209 of this subtitle, or as provided in § 9–208 of this subtitle, the content and arrangement of the ballot may not be modified after the second day of the public display.
(e) Unless a delay is required by court order, the State Board may begin to print the ballots after certification and 3 days of public display and correct any noted errors.