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Annapolis City Council delayed a vote to lease a space for the Board of Elections amid concerns that the offices aren't the best option.
Annapolis supported the president and the DREAM Act even though both lost in Anne Arundel County.
Annapolis' voter turnout was less than the statewide average, but about even with the national percentage.
Democratic Rep. John Sarbanes earned 67 percent of the vote.
Incumbent Rep. Donna Edwards won 75 percent of the vote against Republican Faith Loudon.
DREAM Act, expanded gambling and congressional redistricting also survive referendum challenges.
A photo of the first couple on a board about a marriage seminar appeared to some Annapolis voters as subtle electioneering against same-sex marriage.
Lines often stretched outside of polling locations as voters huddled together in the chilly November air.
Voters in Annapolis share their "I Voted" sticker for Patch.
The Republican candidate for Maryland's Senate says the Independent made unattributed robocalls disparaging him.
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