State Roundup, October 2, 2012

Another Raven takes a public stand on same-sex marriage, this time against it, and an opposition group hopes to get more black voters on their side; meanwhile, one chefs’ group line up for gay marriage; Craigslist ad seeks to pay for gambling opposition rally but no one fesses up to the ad and Gov. O’Malley says if gambling expansion fails, issue won’t resurface during his term; UM students now can register to vote on campus and online; and Arundel voters to face 15 charter amendments.