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Democratic Rep. John Sarbanes earned 67 percent of the vote.
DREAM Act, expanded gambling and congressional redistricting also survive referendum challenges.
The county is on track to break its 2010 early-voting numbers, but it lags behind most Maryland counties that have already surpassed their previous numbers.
Lines of more than 200 people stretched around early voting locations across Anne Arundel County on Saturday.
Anne Arundel County's Board of Elections is preparing for a possible power loss at early voting locations throughout the county.
The last day Marylanders can register to vote in November's presidential election is Oct. 16.
The Democratic incumbent for Maryland's 3rd congressional district spoke with Patch about his work in the U.S. House of Representatives, and where he stands on issues including infrastructure, health care and gay marriage.
The Eastport-based Republican hopes to unseat incumbent Democrat John Sarbanes in the November election.
The GOP candidate for U.S. Senate thinks his active social media presence will help close the gap against incumbent Sen. Ben Cardin this fall.
Patch asked the GOP hopeful for U.S. Senate where he stands on health care, the achievement gap, congressional redistricting and more.
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