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Hogan administration agrees to help counties with election costs (access required)

Local boards of election scored an unexpected victory when the state's budget director agreed during a Board of Public Works meeting Wednesday to split the cost of replacing some needed election equipment. Comptroller Peter Franchot threatened to derail a $4 million contract to replace more than 7,600 printers. The Maryland Association of Counties  challenged a decision ...