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Md. AG says he’ll investigate robo call

Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler says he will investigate reports of illegal robo calls in the governor’s race seeking to supress voter turnout.

Robo calls made on Tuesday afternoon urged voters who support Democratic incumbent Gov. Martin O’Malley to stay home, because the governor already had won.

Gansler says that reports he has received about the calls indicate that they failed to identify who made the calls, which is illegal.

Gansler says his office will continue to investigate illegal campaign tactics that seek to suppress voter turnout.

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  1. I had two voice mail messages when I returned home from work at 9:30pm–one from a person who said the Democrats had succeeded in all their contests, and a following one from Donna Edwards saying that the message was bogus, please vote, the Democrats need your support. Obviously, the opposition has the moral compunctions of a two-year-old–and they could control our destiny. For me, the message was moot; I voted Oct 23.