Thursday, November 8, 2012
Mitt Romney was the winner at all 14 Broadneck precincts.
Most Broadneck voters chose Mitt Romney as the country's next president, according to complete but unofficial results from the Anne Arundel County Board of Elections. An average of 60 percent of registered voters turned out for the polls at precincts across Broadneck, trumping the county trend. Here's how Broadneck voted: Voter Turnout Choice for President To see the complete list of how all precincts voted across the state, check Anne Arundel County's Board of Elections website.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
From issues to lines at the polls see how Election Day went in Broadneck.
In the excitement that comes with Election Day it can be easy to miss some information. Whether you were standing in long lines at the polls, or engrossed in coverage of the presidential race—some local news could have gotten lost in the Election Day chaos. Here’s a recap of Election Day in Broadneck including who won, what voters had to say on the issues and how it went out at the polls. To read more information on any issue, click on the link. Results on a local level: Sarbanes Wins Re-Election in Maryland's 3rd District Edwards Defeats Loudon for Maryland's 4th District Cardin Wins Maryland Senate Race Voters Approve All Anne Arundel County Charter Amendments Referendum Questions: Out at the polls on Tuesday in Broadneck, a few local …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The chief judge at the Arnold Senior Center said the number of ballot questions were a cause for delay in lines.
Voting lines in Broadneck flowed smoothly on Election Day except for a few hiccups in the afternoon. A voting machine at the Broadneck Library was found to have a touch-screen error and a replacement had to be ordered, said Chief Judge Bruce Hagelgans. Other than that, the line at the library was among the shortest on the peninsula, with a minimum wait of five to 10 minutes at some points in the day. Over at St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church, the roughly hour-long wait to vote wasn’t a humdrum affair—hot beverages were served free to all voters, courtesy of church volunteers. Accompanying the drinks were some patriotic tunes played on piano outside by the church’s music director James Fitzpatrick. After voting at St. Patrick’s, Patricia and …
Broadneck voters show off their "I Voted" stickers for Patch.
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