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Mara Lynch writes:

I realize that everyone is assuming that Cardin and O'Malley have beaten Steele and Ehrlich in Maryland (which may be the case), but I wonder if the huge number of absentee ballots are being considered. Due to the voting machine problems, supposedly 180,000 people (probably mostly Republicans) requested them.
Posted:November 7, 2006 at 9:11PM
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