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  • 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...
  • Voting pace, and temperatures, brisk at polls in Baltimore County

    Voting pace, and temperatures, brisk at polls in Baltimore County
    Lines were growing late Tuesday morning at Towson's polling places, but election officials reported little confusion and even less problems as the pre-lunch rush began on Election Day in Baltimore County. "It hasn't let up since we opened the doors,"...
  • Big Harford turnout backs Romney, rejects 4, 6 and 7

    Big Harford turnout backs Romney, rejects 4, 6 and 7
    Early returns from a busy day of voting in Harford County Tuesday showed Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney with a comfortable lead over President Barack Obama, while the three most controversial statewide ballot questions were soundly rejected....
  • RESULTS: Md. votes for gay marriage, gambling and Dream Act

    RESULTS: Md. votes for gay marriage, gambling and Dream Act
    [ President and Vice President of the United States (Maryland) ] 1842 of 1846 precincts reporting Barack Obama And Joe Biden (i) 61.4% 1,523,788 Mitt Romney And Paul Ryan 36.5% 904,488 Gary Johnson And James P. Gray 1.1% 27,714 Jill Stein And Cheri...
  • County in step with statewide voters on same sex marriage

    County in step with statewide voters on same sex marriage
    As results poured in at the midnight hour for the 2012 elections, it appeared Baltimore County voters were in step with statewide voters on most ballot initiatives including the hot-button issue of same-sex marriage — but not on expanding casino...
  • 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...
  • Big wins, long lines mark Election Day in Laurel

    Big wins, long lines mark Election Day in Laurel
    Minutes after polls closed Tuesday night, as people began to trickle into the District 21 Democrats' election results watch party in Laurel, Del. Ben Barnes was already optimistic. "It will be a good night for Maryland Democrats," he said. And as...
  • Sen. Cardin celebrates re-election with diner breakfast

    Sen. Cardin celebrates re-election with diner breakfast
    U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin celebrated his election to a second term with a traditional breakfast at Fells Point diner Jimmy's Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. "I'm kind of a boring guy: Egg white omelet. So that's what I got this morning with my grits," he said. "It was...
  • Immigration position could cost Romney

    Immigration position could cost Romney
    Mitt Romney's rigid position on illegal immigration and embrace of Kris Kobach, former law professor and architect of a law to rid Arizona of illegal aliens, may well cost him the fall election, even if helps him win the Republican nomination. The United...
  • ACLU and Casa de Maryland are contesting the uncontestable

    It was very interesting to hear today that Casa de Maryland and the ACLU have hired a big name lawyer, Joseph Sandler, to help them contest what is already uncontestable, and that is over 100,000 signatures validated by the state board of elections for...
  • Political Notebook: Referendum questions expected to increase turnout in November

    Anticipated statewide referendums on the legalization of same-sex marriage, in-state tuition for illegal immigrants and the latest Congressional redistricting plan are expected to draw a lot of voters to the polls this November. "We expect probably an 85...
  • Several Harford churches active in petition drive to overturn same-sex marriage law

    Several Harford churches active in petition drive to overturn same-sex marriage law
    A number of Harford County churches and religious leaders are leading the local fight to revoke Maryland's new same-sex marriage law before it can go into effect. Several Harford churches are supporting the Maryland Marriage Alliance coalition in a...