November 3, 2010

Election Day Roundup, November 3, 2010

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Election Roundup: Statewide and Congressional races
Gov. Martin O’Malley wins big; some analysis of why ex-Gov. Bob Ehrlich lost; state Sen. Andy Harris beats U.S. Rep. Frank Kratovil in rematch; Mikulski coasts to victory.

Election Roundup: Baltimore region, Anne Arundel County, Eastern Shore
Speaker Busch, Senate Prez Miller re-elected to State House; robocalls attempt to suppress Democratic votes; Kamenetz wins Baltimore County exec; Leopold remains Arundel County executive; Carroll County remains solidly Republican; Ulman reelected county exec in Howard; Harford exec Craig wins again; Somerset elects first African American county commissioner; slots referendum wins big and the constitutional convention is up in the air.

Election Roundup: Washington area, Western Maryland
Montgomery voters say no to ambulance fee, and Leggett says cutbacks may be coming; Baker officially new Prince George’s County exec; big wins for most incumbents; Young leading Mooney for upset; Shank defeats Munson — again.

Election Roundup: Local races, Southern Maryland
Here’s a roundup of races for county offices from around the state, and legislative races from Southern Maryland. Sen. Roy Dyson and Del. John Woods survived tough challenges, but Del. Sue Kullen did not.