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Baltimore elections officials are due to begin counting absentee ballots this morning, and the results may decide the winner of the extremely close Republican primary for mayor.

Unofficial results from Thursday's primary put the three leading Republican candidates -- Bruce K. Price, Samuel A. Culotta and Joseph A. Scalia -- within 50 votes of one another.

Barbara E. Jackson, the city administrator of elections, said that the elections board has received 522 absentee ballots for the Republican primary. The board has received 2,310 absentee ballots for the Democratic primary.

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