Voter Excitement Tempered by Concerns of Fairness at Polls

Faidley's Seafood in Baltimore has served up crab cakes for more than a century; these days the talk at lunchtime is all about the election. "I think you will get more voters going to the polls in this election than any other election," said Lou Flemming, a frequent customer at Faidley's. The election excitement is higher in Maryland than in other years because of the historic nature of Barack Obama's candidacy. "You got history," Flemming said. "You've never had an African-American run for...Full Story
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