Maryland’s economy is expected to get a major boost with the news that casinos will be allowed to stay open 24 hours a day.
Maryland voters have spoken! There will be expanded gambling in Maryland, including a new casino in Baltimore. Now Caesars Entertainment is talking about its plans.
More casinos and more gaming are coming to Maryland. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, the Question 7 voter referendum passed by a narrow margin.
In Maryland, several key ballot issues drew voters to the polls in high numbers. One of the most hotly contested was expanded gambling, which pulled out a victory early Wednesday morning.
On the eve of Election Day, Marylanders for and against expanded gambling are trying to garner support in their favor.
The battle over Question 7 is intensifying ahead of Election Night. The controversial issue would expand gambling to table games and increase the number of slot machines here in Maryland.
Early voting is getting started in Maryland.
The onslaught of ads over gambling expansion has been like no other in a Maryland political year, subjecting residents to rapid-fire television spots for and against Question 7. The barrage began long before ads for other ballot questions this year and has remained frenetic.
If you’ve watched any television the last few weeks, you’ve seen them: a barrage of campaign ads.
With two weeks to go until Election Day, supporters of Maryland’s expanded gambling bill are getting some high-profile help. In an ad to be released Tuesday, a Ravens legend urges voters to pass the expansion–or else!
Time is ticking on the upcoming election and the clock is running out to sway voters on expanding gambling in Maryland.
Massive amounts of money are being poured into the casino controversy. Expanded gambling is now the most expensive political battle ever waged in the state of Maryland.