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Wes Moore speaks at podium on campus

Moore Pledges a ‘Fearless’ Administration

Governor-elect Unveils Transition Team at Campus Event

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Takeaways From a Night of Firsts and Defied Expectations

UMD Expert Explains What Midterms Mean for Biden, How Democrats Did Well and the Historic Slate of Maryland Winners

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A ‘Buddy’ for the Ballot Box

Alum’s Site Takes Guesswork Out of Voting With Quick Questionnaire

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Op/ed: Yes, It’s the Economy—and So Much More

In 2022 Midterms, Democracy, Abortion, Ukraine Also Loom Large, UMD Poll Finds

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Accepting the Political Torch

Millennials Prefer Protests to Voting, Engage More in Local Politics, UMD Researchers’ Book Reveals

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‘This Is Where It’s At’

U.S. Commerce Secretary’s Visit Highlights Importance of UMD, Higher Ed to Future of Domestic Electronics Industry

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‘Huge Decisions’ at Play in Midterms

Concerns Over Threats to Democracy Drive Unpredictable Election, UMD Expert Says

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Dan Cox and Wes Moore

UMD-Post Poll: Moore Holds Commanding Lead in Governor’s Race

Democratic Candidate Has 32-point Advantage Over Republican Dan Cox, Interviews Reveal

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Op/ed: UMD Poll Shows Republicans Support Declaring the U.S. a Christian Nation

Most GOP Voters Say Such a Move Would Be Unconstitutional, But Still Endorse It

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UMD Poll: Americans Remain Willing to Support Ukraine

Despite Rising Inflation, Energy Costs, Acceptance of Economic Consequences of War Again on Rise

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UMD Expert: Roe Ruling ‘Maybe Changes the Calculus’ on Supreme Court

Magnitude of Dobbs Decision Could Increase Public’s Appetite for Reforms

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Sports Stadiums Could Change the Game for Future Elections

Study by University Partnership With Nonprofit Finds Support for Use as Polling Sites

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