Pro-slots holds slim lead in Anne Arundel County

Developer David Cordish and his supporters in Anne Arundel County have a slim lead in the campaign to win zoning approval for a casino next to the Arundel Mills shopping mall, according to a poll released Wednesday. But, that edge may not be enough, according to the pollster, Gonzales Research & Marketing Strategies Inc. The poll found 48 percent of Anne Arundel County voters support the mall-side casino plan (or, rather, the zoning that would allow Cordish, who holds a gaming license, to move ahead with development of the Maryland Live! Casino) while 45 percent said they would vote against it. Seven percent were undecided. Despite the lead, analysis done by Gonzales said Cordish's side will need to flip more voters to its side by Nov. 2.

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