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Election 2012: Analyzing The Results

An early look at the results of Tuesday's election and what they mean both for the Washington region and the rest of the country.

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O'Malley: Don't Count On Polls, Get Out To Vote

While signs point to victory for Maryland governor Martin O'Malley on same-sex marriage and the DREAM Act, he cautioned supporters not to let promising poll numbers keep them from the ballot box.

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After Sandy, Thousands In Garrett County Still Without Power

The effects of Sandy have mostly abated in the D.C. area, but out in western Maryland, as many as 3,900 homes remain without power after Superstorm Sandy dumped feet of snow on them.

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Live Blog: Election 2012 News, Around The Region

The latest election 2012 news, updates and results from the polls, election headquarters and campaign offices.

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Montgomery County Police Chief Thomas Manger

Montgomery County voters will cast ballots on Tuesday that will settle a question on the rights of police union members to collective bargaining.

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The Politics Hour

Our conversation with the at-large candidates for the D.C. Council continues with less than a week to Election Day.

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Maryland Early Voting Resumes On Extended Hours

Early voting resumed in Maryland after being paused during Hurricane Sandy; early voting centers will extend hours for the rest of the week to make up for the shortfall.

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Leading In Polls, Maryland Same-Sex Marriage Advocates Keep At It

Proponents of Maryland's same-sex marriage law seem to have the advantage in the polls leading up to the Nov. 6 referendum on the measure, but that hasn't stopped them from working to rally support. 

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The Politics Hour

Kojo and Tom Sherwood chat with a group of candidates competing for at-large seats on the D.C. Council.

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Despite Polls, Same-Sex Marriage Opponents In Maryland Not Backing Away

The same-sex marriage referendum in Maryland is looking favorable in polls, but opponents expect voters to swing the other direction in the privacy of the voting booth.

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