I voted this morning amidst

I voted this morning amidst what must had to be the largest turnout in a mid-term election during the 20 years I’ve been voting in Maryland. Connie Morella, our Congressperson, voted about ten minutes before me with television cameras there to capture the event. Connie looked tired but still ten years younger than her age (72, I believe). Heavy turnout in my neck of the woods favors Kathleen Kennedy Townsend in the gubernatorial race. In the congressional race, it is probable a neutral development for Connie. However, it is black turnout that is seen as critical in these races. I saw only a handful of African Americans, but that simply reflects the demographics of my neighborhood.

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