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October 28, 2020 News of the Day

State and Local News

Baltimore mayoral candidates make final appeal to voters in forum focused on coronavirus, public safety:

What Marylanders Might Play a Prominent Role in a Biden Administration?:

Md. Lawmakers Urge USDA to Increase Statewide Access to COVID-19 Food Security Program:

As State Faces COVID Challenges, Don’t Leave Transit Needs Behind:

Gov. Hogan: School Districts Should Listen To Polling, Welcome Some Students Back To Buildings:

In Md., Trump Voters Track With Those Not Worried About COVID-19:

Relief Program Aims To Keep Local Maryland Restaurants Open:

State Board Of Education Wants To Track Local Schools’ COVID-19 Relief Spending:

Facing Pressure To Spend, Maryland County Leaders Ask For More Time To Use Coronavirus Relief Money:

Baltimore Hopes To Move Homeless Residents Back To Shelters By End Of The Year, Worrying Many As Case Count Spikes:

Prince George’s Relaunches Emergency Rental Assistance Program:

Montgomery County Council Member Craig Rice to Co-Chair NACo Broadband Task Force:

Anne Arundel Launches $10 Million Restaurant Grant Program:

To heat or not to heat: Md. restaurants face winter chill:

Federal News

‘I’m Absolutely Expecting Him to Do Something Weird’:

Senate Democrat to accuse Republicans of ‘bullying’ tech CEOs to help Trump:

The preacher who might finally turn Georgia blue:

Biden makes late push to flip the Senate:

California’s most intense campaign: The private pursuit of Harris’ Senate seat:


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