Carol Ott is an "urban wanderer" with a unique mission: she identifies abandoned buildings around Baltimore, then publishes information about the sites and their owners.
Republican Larry Hogan's victory on Tuesday was just the second time a Democrat has been beaten in a Maryland gubernatorial election since the 1950s.
Just 1,200 votes separate Democratic incumbent Jim Mathias from challenger Mike McDermott on the Eastern Shore, and the votes are still being tallied.
Maryland is a state that traditionally swings blue, but with a focus on taxes, Republican Larry Hogan delivered a thorough defeat to Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown.
There are some important races on the ballot for Marylanders on Election Day, and either way voters go in the vote for governor, it will be a landmark choice.
The race for Maryland's Senate District 38 is competitive this year, despite one candidate's 10-to-1 advantage in raising money.
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