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Leggett, county leaders start campaign against tax, council structure questions on ballot

Petitioned questions on election ballot are “bad” for Montgomery, they say

Elrich suggests state should go back to ‘drawing board’ on I-495/I-270 widening project

Rockville Mayor Newton also voices opposition as hearings on environmental study conclude

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Third-party presidential candidate pledges to exit race if Biden lead shrinks

Plus: Bethesda-area students named National Merit Scholar semifinalists; Maryland high school sports community makes online push to play in the fall

morning-notes

Wootton graduate plays a role in Democratic National Convention

Plus: Learning hubs to operate within Montgomery County school buildings; How to send free craft beer to front-line workers

Montgomery County expects to have 38 ‘voting centers’ for general election

Concern about safety, staffing prompts state board to consolidate sites

B-CC grad leading Biden campaign’s efforts to mobilize students

Sebastian continuing advocacy she honed in Bethesda, Berkeley

Officials hope to finish counting Montgomery ballots this week, certify results June 29

School board order the same; circuit judge challenger moves up to fourth

‘I am a distressed black man,’ county council member tells protesters in Silver Spring

Hundreds turn out in their cars and at Montgomery Blair High School

UPDATED: Montgomery County polls staying open to accommodate long lines of voters

Four polling centers still busy after scheduled deadline Tuesday night

Vendor, State Board of Elections blame each other for Montgomery ballot delays

Minnesota company says state officials were five days late in providing voter files

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