A few election, government and politics headlines for Thursday.
- The Washington Post reports that Gov. Martin O’Malley thinks same-sex marriage has a “real shot” at prevailing on Election Day.
- MarylandReporter.com reports that Goucher College poll found that Maryland residents felt the state spends too little money on schools.
- The Annapolis Capital reports that early voting is drawing crowds — and long lines.
- The Daily Record reports that a Baltimore County judge decided to release zoning petition signatures collected to oppose a proposed shopping center in Owings Mills.