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Democratic incumbent Gov. Martin O'Malley has won a second term in a rematch with Republican former Gov. Robert Ehrlich.
Whether its local, state or federal, the 2010 elections will have an impact on how government will shape area lives in the coming years.
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With about a month to go until Maryland voters cast their ballots for governor, the Purple Line transportation project is starting to emerge as a polarizing issue.
Polls in Montgomery County will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. You can find your polling place by clicking here.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says his negative radio ads linking former Gov. Bob Ehrlich, to the BP oil spill was a "tactical mistake."
If education isn't the key issue in the race for D.C. mayor, Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee did what she could to put it in the forefront this week.
In Maryland's race for governor, the lines are being drawn pretty clearly. Everyone wants more high-paying jobs. The question for the candidates is how to grow them.