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Monday, November 05, 2012

Question 7 Opponents Dispute Education Spending Promises

Opponents of ballot Question 7 embarked on a final push to convince voters Saturday, the same day the expanded gambling measure received an endorsement from Maryland's police and fire unions.

In the final days before the general election, opponents traveled the state by bus in an attempt to persuade would-be voters to reject the measure.

Question 7 would allow 24-hour operations, add table games to existing slots casinos, permit a sixth casino to be built in Prince George's County and provide a tax break to casino operators should the sixth site be approved.



Anonymous said...

Biggest JOKE of 2012. You relly think that will happen? Well you better keep voting for Norman Conway and his cronies.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like jobs to me. Yes on 7

JoeAlbero said...

anonymous 1:01, jobs in PG County.

NONE here on the Shore.

Let me guess, Democrat? Anything for the party, right?

Anonymous said...

PG county is part of Maryland.