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Republican leader sees spending as key for governor-elect
Republican leader sees spending as key for governor-elect

The results from the Nov. 4 general election promise an exciting four years ahead, according to Republican incumbent state Sen. Joe Getty, who received more than 78 percent of the vote (36,987 votes) in District 5 to defeat Democrat Anita Riley (10,0435), according to the Maryland Board of Elections website. "It was a resounding message sent by Maryland voters," Getty said on the election of Republican Larry Hogan, who received more than 51 percent of the vote (866,831) to defeat his Democratic opponent, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown (792,277) and win the race for governor. "I think it shocked the Democratic leadership," Getty said on the race, which Hogan won handily in...

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