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Ehrlich raised $7.4 million for his campaign for Md. governor

Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. spent $2.15 million in the final two weeks of the campaign, according to a spending report filed Tuesday with the state. Gov. Martin O’Malley’s final report hasn’t been posted yet. It had to be ...

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Sen. Cardin wants Election Day robocall investigation

U.S. Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin has asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate robocalls made on Election Day that Democrats say were intended to suppress turnout in African-American communities. “While I fully understand that campaigns can be rough and ...

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O’Malley warns of ‘tough days’ but vows to tap opportunity

In a short victory speech Tuesday night, Gov. Martin O’Malley returned to many of his recurring campaign themes, telling a raucous crowd the state has the opportunity to emerge from the economic downturn leading the new economy. “I believe we’re ...

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O’Malley supporters get ready to party

Democratic revelers are eagerly awaiting Gov. Martin O’Malley at the Visionary Art Museum after the Associated Press called the race for the incumbent. “Thank your for sending Martin O’Malley back to Annapolis for four more years,” said Lt. Gov. Anthony ...

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Anne Arundel slots up in early returns

With just five precincts in, supporters of building the state’s largest casino in Anne Arundel County are leading at the polls. With just five of the 197 precincts reporting, the ballot measure is 55 percent Yes, 45 percent No — ...

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The first returns in O’Malley, Ehrlich rematch show the incumbent ahead

Most counties have reported their early voting totals, and Gov. Martin O’Malley has the early lead, 56 percent to 42 percent. O’Malley has 76,963 votes, and Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., 57,704. Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, both strong O’Malley bases, ...

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