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The two incumbents are expected to be shoo-ins for the two seats
Maryland's State Board of Elections needs less game playing, more sunshine.
Three school board candidates are on the Nov. 6 ballot.
Spending exceeds not only all previous ballot questions but all previous ballot items of any kind, including gubernatorial elections.
Omits allowing constituents to easily track the roll call votes of their representatives.
The Governor will choose among the nominees by July 1
Governor O'Malley appoints commissioners for new four year terms; commissioners will accept applications until April 27, 2012 for two school board seats, one in District 21, the other at-large.
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