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  • Harford's large turnout Tuesday astounds elections officials, as vote count begins

    Harford's large turnout Tuesday astounds elections officials, as vote count begins
    Long lines were found at polling places throughout Harford County Tuesday, as many residents said they had become energized by the presidential race and the opportunity to have their say on several controversial state ballot questions. Elections...
  • Efforts to restore capital punishment fall short

    Efforts to restore capital punishment fall short
    Maryland's death penalty will be wiped from the books in October now that efforts to reinstate capital punishment have fallen short. The petition drive to halt repeal of the death penalty ended Friday afternoon, when organizers said they could not...
  • Gambling, gay marriage and presidential race draw long lines to polls

    Gambling, gay marriage and presidential race draw long lines to polls
    Voters across Maryland reported record lines and waits of up to two hours Tuesday as a close presidential contest and several controversial state ballot questions drew people to the polls. "In all the elections I've been to, I've never seen a line this...
  • Letter: Improve mental health programs and background checks to control guns

    Better background checks and mental health programs critical for gun control There is no argument that America has a gun problem. No matter how many studies, statistics or mass killings, there will always be individuals who find comfort and even...
  • Md. petition reform: a tempest in a teapot

    Md. petition reform: a tempest in a teapot
    Twenty years after the last time Maryland voters weighed in on a law passed by the General Assembly, they got the chance to do it three times in 2012, with referendums on in-state tuition for some illegal immigrants, same-sex marriage and a...
  • Delaney defeats Bartlett in the 6th District

    Delaney defeats Bartlett in the 6th District
    Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett, who has represented Maryland's 6th District for nearly two decades, lost his bid for an 11th term Tuesday to a Democratic businessman who cast the closely watched race as a battle of different economic visions for the...
  • Many reasons to vote in Harford, as plenty do just that

    Harford County voters had many reasons for packing the county's 75 polling places of Election Day Tuesday, and not all of them had to do with electing the nation's next commander-in-chief. The interest shown by Harford's voters translated a huge turnout,...
  • Ehrlich and the GOP need a reality check

    Ehrlich and the GOP need a reality check
    Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has fallen into the trap of the majority of his Republican brethren: They just can't get over the fact that the majority in this country has moved beyond the Republican agenda of lower taxes for the wealthy, health care...
  • No amnesty for undocumented immigrants

    No amnesty for undocumented immigrants
    President Obama no longer has to worry about re-election, so now he is free to pursue his so-called "comprehensive immigration reform" — in other words, amnesty for illegal immigrants ("Granting legal status for undocumented immigrants will increase...
  • CASA de Maryland chief tells Obama that Senate immigration plan is 'unfair'

    Immigration reform advocates, including a leading voice from Maryland, pressed President Obama on Tuesday for a pathway to citizenship for the nation's estimated 11 million illegal immigrants, calling a bipartisan proposal under consideration in the U.S....
  • Republicans rule in Cecil voting Tuesday

    Republicans rule in Cecil voting Tuesday
    For the first time in its history, Cecil County will have a county executive and, based on unofficial partial election returns from Tuesday, Republican Tari Moore will be the first to hold that office. With 20 of 23 precincts reporting, Moore led...
  • A roadmap for Obama's second term

    A roadmap for Obama's second term
    When President Barack Obama addresses the nation Monday in his second inaugural address, he will have an opportunity to lay out a broad and ambitious agenda for his next four years in office. But how much of it he will actually be able to accomplish may...