HAGERSTOWN, MD- Early voting resumed Wednesday after it was postponed for two days because of Hurricane Sandy.
Congressional candidate John Delaney stopped by the Red Cross voting site in Hagerstown.
"Early voting is a great opportunity for people to manage their schedules more efficiently and make sure they have the opportunity to vote, while managing the busy lives we all have," Delaney said.
Early voting ends Friday in Maryland, but officials have extended hours from 8 a.m to 9 p.m.
Click here to find out locations on where to vote.