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Md. Politicians Make Push on Ballot Questions

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BALTIMORE (AP)- Maryland's elected officials are making a final push for various state ballot questions.

Gov. Martin O'Malley and other supporters of expanded gambling are scheduled to campaign in Baltimore on Monday morning, the day before Election Day. Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker is expected to join him and other elected officials.

After that, the governor is headed to another event in Baltimore to speak out in favor of a ballot question to allow same-sex marriage. O'Malley has another same-sex marriage event in at the University of Maryland, College Park, on Monday afternoon.

Meanwhile, supporters of allowing illegal immigrants who have attended high school in Maryland for three years and paid state taxes during that time to pay in-state tuition are holding events in Baltimore and Takoma Park on Monday.

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