What's on my ballot?

Federal, state and local issues created an unusually crowded the ballot this year. You can cast a vote for president, one of Maryland's senators and the representative for your Congressional District. There are also seven statewide ballot initiatives, including one to legalize same-sex marriage, another to expand gambling to include table games and another give in-state tuition rates to some illegal immigrants. And there may be more local ballot issues unique to your area.

After you've found your polling place at the state's website, https://voterservices.elections.state.md.us/PollingPlaceSearch, you can click on the link to see everything on your sample ballot. You can also print it out and bring it with you into the voting booth.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Gene Sweeney Jr. / October 24, 2012 )

Federal, state and local issues created an unusually crowded the ballot this year. You can cast a vote for president, one of Maryland's senators and the representative for your Congressional District. There are also seven statewide ballot initiatives, including one to legalize same-sex marriage, another to expand gambling to include table games and another give in-state tuition rates to some illegal immigrants. And there may be more local ballot issues unique to your area. After you've found your polling place at the state's website, https://voterservices.elections.state.md.us/PollingPlaceSearch, you can click on the link to see everything on your sample ballot. You can also print it out and bring it with you into the voting booth.

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