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For months, voters were bombarded by campaign ads for everything from the presidential and congressional races, to local ballot questions. In the end, outside groups spent enough on ads to buy each voter a nice dinner.
The two constitutional amendments on the Virginia state ballot passed with an overwhelming majority on Tuesday.
The WTOP Election Day Answer Desk is taking questions related to voting and Election Day. Here are some questions we've received from calls, Facebook and Twitter.
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With the candidates' cases largely made and voters mostly decided in Virginia's close, nasty and expensive presidential and Senate races, success on Tuesday rests on the most basic and old- fashioned electioneering effort - turnout.
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Three Virginia congressman are asking Attorney General Eric Holder to conduct a multi-state investigations into a company that has been registering voters for the Nov. 6 election.
This election, voters in the District will decide on three amendments that would create a process for removing elected officials who break the law.
As Election Day approaches, voters are thinking about the candidates, the platforms and the debates. But there's another decision that must be made - the time voters head to the polls.
Voter registration deadlines are looming for Virginia residents who intend to vote in the November election.
Voters looking to avoid lines on Election Day can cast ballots early, but that is easier to do in some counties than others.
While most Maryland residents support gay marriage, they are sharply divided over casino expansion according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll.