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October 27, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

First Day Of Early Voting In Maryland Breaks Record: Enthusiasm, Determination Drive Voters To The Polls:

Gov. Larry Hogan Urges Voters To Cast Their Ballots Early And At Off-Peak Times:

‘This Is Personal For Me’: Howard County Voters Flock To Sites For First Day Of Early Voting:

Franchot Urges Maryland’s Patrons To Support Local Businesses As The Holiday Season Approaches:

In Leadership Changes, Pandemic Impact, Salisbury Airport Keeps Projects Pushing Forward:

Baltimore County Superintendent Talks About Reopening Plan:

Poll: Most Marylanders Don’t Want Kids Back In Classrooms Full Time:

Van Hollen: Amy Coney Barrett Is A Threat To The Affordable Care Act:

Do Maryland Gov. Hogan’s latest moves foreshadow a 2024 campaign for president?:

Hogan Sets Up Website to Defeat Constitutional Amendment on Budget:

Creating Accountability When the State Takes Black Lives:

Counties Partner with State, Federal Officials to Ensure Safe & Secure Election:

Howard Procurement Receives National Recognition:

Federal News

As Trump warns of economic disaster, Wall Street grows giddy about Biden:

Meet the senators who will be in charge if Dems win the Senate:

Caution and confidence keep Biden close to home in final days:

Medicare and Medicaid to cover early Covid vaccine:

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