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Groups spent $35 per voter on Maryland gaming ads
After months of voters being bombarded by campaign ads, a WTOP-Radio review of spending on Question 7 in Maryland found that supporters and opponents of the now-approved expanded gambling measure spent more than $35 per vote cast on the issue.
According to unofficial election results, 2,479,262 Marylanders cast a vote on the gambling question. It was the most expensive Maryland state campaign ever. By comparison, in Virginia's Senate race, federal election disclosure data compiled by ProPublica…
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