State Roundup, October 16, 2012

State’s voter registration database could be vulnerable to hackers; gay marriage supporters have raised almost four times as much money as opponents; one GOP supporter sends gay marriage effort $250,000; NAACP makes a case for marriage equality; Dream Act-gay marriage alliance shocks some Latinos; fund-raising by U.S. Roscoe Bartlett slows; Baltimore County to borrow millions for pension fund; law firm of Peter Angelos to represent city comptroller pro bono in phone suit; and Clarence Mitchell funeral is set.