President Obama wasn’t the only winner on election night. Voters in four states sided with gays and lesbians at the ballot box.
There was no “Coffee With” or “People Are Talking” because of the election.
Maryland voters could become the first in the nation to decide by popular vote to allow illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at public colleges, provided the students have attended a state high school for three years and can show they have filed state income tax returns during that time.
News and reaction from President Barack Obama’s headquarters.
News and reaction from Gov. Mitt Romney’s headquarters.
The fight over same-sex marriage remains one of the most controversial issues on the ballot here in Maryland. Both sides are working overtime to get out the vote.
As the last-minute campaigning continues, so does the last-minute effort to get Maryland voters to the polls.
A new Gallup Poll indicates that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has pulled ahead of President Barack Obama. Approximately half of likely voters now say they prefer Romney, while only 46 percent think Obama to be the best choice.
More than 1,000 puppeteers and public broadcasting supporters have signed on for a march on the National Mall in Washington three days before the election.
Election officials in the Washington area are preparing for high turnout and confusion at the polls Nov. 6 as voters adjust to shifted districts and new identification requirements.
The fate of same-sex marriage in Maryland is now in the hands of the voters. With the countdown to Election Day underway, supporters and opponents are turning up the heat to get out the vote.
Maryland’s Dream Act gets the attention of a national convention taking place in downtown Baltimore.