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Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Tuesday he expects his state to give its electoral votes to President Obama, once again, by a double-digit margin.
"I can't recall a time when I wasn't on the ballot and juggled as much, in terms of good causes and good candidates, as we have here," he said.