State Roundup, October 9, 2012

Some Democrats are backing away from urging constituents to vote for the congressional redistricting map that is on the November ballot whiles others actively work against it; Julian Bond will be featured in NAACP radio ad promoting same-sex marriage; a new study finds that the Dream Act will cost Marylanders initially, but will return more in benefits; manufacturing group hopes to bring jobs back to state after years of decline; Senate candidate Sobhani accuses Bongino camp of slurs as incumbent Cardin and Bongino release new ads.