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November 6, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

‘Great For Politics’: Maryland Voters, Election Officials, Candidates Kept Up With Changing Election Methods:

‘Baltimore Needs A Shakeup’ | Baltimore City Mayor-Elect Brandon Scott Sees Election As Mandate For Change, Transition Team In Place:

Democrats Reel After Setbacks In Congress; Cardin Won’t Get A Gavel:

Maryland Delays Release Of Election Day Returns To Thursday After Slow Transfer Of Data From Counties’ Voting Centers:

Baltimore County To Delay Reopening Four Schools For Children With Disabilities As Coronavirus Cases Rise:

Md. Hospitals Ready For Any Fresh COVID-19 Surge, Association Says:

Baltimore County Reaches Settlement With U.S. Department Of Justice In Police Hiring Discrimination Lawsuit:

Sports Betting Could Start Up In Maryland By Summer:

‘Wear the Damn Masks,’ Hogan Beseeches Marylanders:

MDOT Secretary Questioned On Under-Beltway Utilities, Possible Purple Line Settlement:

Among Those Glued To Pennsylvania Vote Tally? Maryland Lawmakers Who Canvassed There:

Md. Lawmakers Look to Convert Vacant Real Estate Into Housing for the Homeless:

Hogan: COVID-19 Surge Puts MD in “Red Zone”:

Baltimore County Voters Appear to Endorse Public Financing Option for Local Offices:

Harford Offers $7,500 COVID-19 Relief Grants to Childcare Providers:

Baltimore City Council Results: Stokes Fends Off Third Party Challenge, Democrats Sweep:

Federal Races

What you need to know about the four undecided swing states:

America’s new power couple: Joe and Mitch:

‘The process is working’: Biden urges patience as vote counting drags on:

Georgia preps for war with Senate majority on the line:

Every incumbent who’s been booted out of Congress:

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