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Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday

It's Election Day, so brush up on the candidates before you head to the polls. Here's what you need to know to start your Tuesday.

WEATHER

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Mostly sunny today with a high of 68, and an overnight low of 49. Winds will be gentle out of the southwest and there is a zero chance of precipitation. So, with no major meteorological disasters predicted in today's forecast, there is absolutely no reason not to get out and vote for the candidates of your choice.

TRAFFIC

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TRENDING THIS MORNING

Happy Election Day! Start at our voter guide to find out what you need to know before heading to the polls. Get information on the governor's race down to local races and local ballot questions.

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And actress Lena Dunham finds herself defending passages from her new book, "Not That Kind of Girl," which some have said are evidence that she sexually abused her younger sister. Dunham calls the allegations "upsetting and disgusting."

FROM LAST NIGHT

Dr. John Yacoub, 58, a former Towson gynecologist and obstetrician, was sentenced to a year in prison for illegally distributing prescription painkillers to his girlfriend and several other people.

FROM TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

Former Ravens running back player Ray Rice's hearing on his suspension from the NFL for striking his then-fiancee, Janny Palmer, in an Atlantic City casino earlier this year, will be held Wednesday and Thursday in New York.

A federal appeals court will hear arguments today in a case challenging the NSA's vast phone data collection program --- the next act in the legal battle pitting the agency's antiterrorism efforts against the privacy rights of Americans.

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