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November 4, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Marylanders Vote ‘Yes’ On Ballot Questions About Sports Betting, State Budget:

Brandon Scott Elected Baltimore Mayor, Will Become Youngest To Hold City’s Top Job:

Nick Mosby wins Baltimore council president’s race:

In US House, Maryland Voters Retain Incumbents:

Baltimore City Council poised to remain all Democratic, after strong challenge in 12th District:

What Happened With All Those Ballot Questions?:

Baltimore City amendments that would curb mayor’s power expected to pass:

Johns Hopkins Is Bringing Students Back To Campus Next Semester — But Nixing Spring Break:

For Maryland Democrats, The Robust Voting Affirms Our Elections Inviolable:

Feds Award MDOT Grants, Projects in Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Allegany:

Montgomery Launches Police Reform Survey for Residents:

Hogan Extends State of Emergency, Catastrophic Health Emergency:

Federal News

‘Tense and nervous’: Washington sees an election night like no other:

The GOP’s stunningly good night:

Election-related legal wrangling underway in Pennsylvania, Nevada:

Republicans clinging to Senate majority as Dems under-perform:

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