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Maryland goes to the polls

Nov 8, 2016
Jonna McKone

Marylanders flooded polling places Tuesday as one of the nastiest and most divisive elections in recent memory came to a close. There were long lines at many polling places and glitches here and there, some of them related to Maryland’s return to paper ballots. Scanners broke down in several places and in other precincts, voters waited in long lines to put their ballots through a single scanner.

Bay benefits from boating changes

Nov 4, 2016
John Lee

Tim and Yvonne Treadwell were tanking up their 34 foot Formula on an October weekend, getting ready for one last trip before pulling the boat for the winter. Over the summer, they’d gone to Fells Point, Chestertown and Rock Hall for swimming and concerts. "We just play all up and down the bay," Yvonne Treadwell said. "It’s a lot of fun."

P. Kenneth Burns

What do most Baltimore City voters fear as they cast their ballots? That Donald Trump will be elected the next president of these United States of America…North America.

Rachel Baye

This post was updated at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 4. Early voting ended Thursday, and record numbers of Maryland residents cast ballots before Election Day this year. Here is a look at the numbers: 859,928 Marylanders — 22 percent of registered voters in the state — cast a ballot. That's nearly double the 430,573 Marylanders who voted early in the 2012 general election, which set the previous early voting record. This year, 66,303 ballots were cast in Baltimore City — about 17 percent of...

WYPR 2016 Election Coverage

Nov 3, 2016

*WYPR will be updating this page throughout election night as local and national results roll in.

Rachel Baye

With Election Day less than a week away, Sen. Ben Cardin and Rep. Chris Van Hollen visited Baltimore's Lexington Market on Wednesday to remind voters to go to the polls.

Tom Chalkley

This contentious election may be getting you down, but WYPR's senior news analyst tells us we're surrounded by greatness. All we have to do is look around.

P. Kenneth Burns

Six people were killed Tuesday morning and at least 10 injured when a school bus hit an MTA bus head-on during rush hour in Southwest Baltimore. City police spokesman T.J. Smith said the accident scene "literally looks like a bomb exploded in the bus," calling the damage "catastrophic."

Rumble over roads in Baltimore County

Nov 1, 2016
Baltimore County

Getting roads fixed is a bread and butter job for a county councilman. But one Baltimore County Councilman says he is being kept in the dark about road projects in his district by County Executive Kevin Kamenetz’s administration.

Jonna McKone

Election Day is just a week away and WYPR reporters have been talking to voters around the state about the candidates for president for our series, Maryland Voices.

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