Maryland Leaders Congratulate President-Elect Joe Biden On Win Over President Donald TrumpMaryland leaders began congratulating President-elect Joe Biden after CBS News and other news outlets called the election in the former vice president's favor Saturday morning.
87% Of Maryland's Mail-In Ballots Have Been Received; Nearly 600K Left To Count, Officials SayElection officials in Maryland have received the majority of mail-in ballots but still have to count nearly 600,000 of them, the state Board of Elections said Thursday.
‘Baltimore Needs A Shakeup’ | Baltimore City Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott Sees Election As Mandate For Change, Transition Team In PlaceDemocrat Brandon Scott, just elected Baltimore’s next and youngest-ever mayor, was back at work before the city’s spending board the morning after his victory.
Sports Betting Could Start Up In Maryland By SummerLegalized sports betting in Maryland could start in the summer of next year after voters approved it on Election Day, but lawmakers still need to work out the details of how it will be implemented in the upcoming legislative session.
Marylanders Vote In Favor Of Ballot Question 2 Legalizing Sports BettingMarylanders voted in favor of legalizing sports betting in the state. 
Your 'I Voted' Sticker Can Score You Some Great Deals Around Baltimore This YearIf you voted, chances are you have an "I voted sticker."
'You Can't Sit It Out': Baltimore's Mayoral Candidates Make Final Appeal To Voters Ahead Of Election DayIn the race to be Baltimore's next mayor, the independent, Republican and Democratic candidates on the ballot used the final hours before election day to make a final pitch to voters.
Among Expectations Of Record Voter Turnout, Many People Still Cannot Or Will Not VoteMany pollsters expect record-breaking voter turnout for this year’s presidential election, but there are still many people who cannot or will not cast a ballot.
Judge Tosses Maryland Man's Lawsuit Against Officials Who Stopped Him From Voting Because He Was MasklessA judge on Friday threw out a lawsuit from a Harford County man who refused to wear a mask at a polling center Monday and was arrested for trespassing.
Towson University Professor, Anne Arundel County Team Up On Election Cybersecurity TrainingWith heightened anxiety over election security in the midst of the 2020 presidential election, Towson University is training local election judges to increase their vigilance.
What Will We Know And When Will We Know It On Election Day (Or Later)With record voter turnout, including a high volume of mail-in ballots, and mail delays expected, it is unclear whether we will know who the next president is on election night, experts say.