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Dr. Joshua Starr said the ballot referendum "is not about politics: it’s about our future and the future of our students."
To make up for lost time in early voting because of Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced that early voting will take place through Friday with extended hours at the polls.
Acting secretary of the Maryland Department of Transportation Darrell Mobley said public transportation in Maryland is coming back Tuesday, and should be back up and running Wednesday.
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett says the county was spared significant damage from Hurricane Sandy.
Government, Police & Fire
There are 308,000 Maryland residents without power and there have been two storm-related deaths.
Find out how to handle storm debris and what to do with it.
Hurricane Sandy made landfall in New Jersey a couple of hours ago and Marylanders can expect heavy rain and strong winds for the next 12 hours.
Marylanders without power number 75,000 as Sandy picks up speed and intensity.
Declaration means the county could receive federal aid for storm costs.
Flood warning in effect; winds expected to gust to 75 mph.
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