State Roundup, October 18, 2012

General Assembly warned of effects of federal budget impasse; Maryland’s online voter registration could be vulnerable; congressional re-redistricting could throw state into chaos; anti-marriage equality forces use video of suspended Gallaudet worker but both Gallaudet and worker protest; Oscar De La Hoya backs gambling expansion in Prince George’s; Libertarian running in the 8th for Van Hollen’s seat; 6th District gets a three-way debate; Arundel County Exec Leopold says he’ll repay legal fees should he lose harassment case; and new juvie jail protested.