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5 things to know in Maryland for Election Day

ANNAPOLIS — Here are five things to know about Election Day in Maryland.


Marylanders will be voting on whether to allow same-sex marriage beginning Jan. 1.


Maryland voters will be deciding whether to allow table games like blackjack at casinos and whether to allow a casino to be built in Prince George’s County.


Voters will decide whether illegal immigrants who have attended a Maryland high school for three years can pay in-state tuition at public colleges, if they or their parents have filed state income tax returns during those years.


Voters will decide whether the state’s congressional redistricting map will go into effect.


Maryland polls are scheduled to be open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.

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  1. Marylanders! Wake up! Please do not vote for giving illegal immigrants instate tuition!!!

    We have already given them 12 yrs of free education combined with free breakfast/lunch, medical and social services.

    America already has children, who, through no fault of their own, and we are still neglecting them! Foster children who age out at 18 are dumped and many become homeless. Children of incarcerated parents do not receive special privileges. Children of single parents do not receive special privileges. Are you saying that you have more compassion for children who you have already given to, and who’s parents DELIBERATELY put them in the situation, but sit quietly while they will reap the benefits?!!!

    Nice invitation to the world to come here, we will take care of you, we will even overlook our own to take care of you!

    In the mean time, the parents who started this, never acknowledge what they have done, never have shown appreciation to America for what they have already received!

    Bottom line, we owe them nothing.