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Hogan stumps in Bel Air Thursday as early voting closes
Hogan stumps in Bel Air Thursday as early voting closes

Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan made his way through Harford County Thursday evening a few hours before the close of eight days of early voting in advance of Tuesday's general election. Almost 11 percent of Harford's nearly 164,800 active registered voters cast their ballots during the eight days of early voting that began Oct. 23 and ended at 8 p.m. Thursday, according to the Maryland State Board of Elections. The four early voting sites in Harford drew 17,965 earlier voters, with by far the heaviest turnout on Thursday, when 3,863 people voted. During his stopover in Harford, Hogan walked along Main Street in downtown Bel Air, visiting various businesses...

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