As we head to the polls tomorrow, there are some pretty big issues you'll decide.
One of the big ones is Question 7--whether or not to expand gambling in Maryland.
The Governor will attend an event at 10:15 this morning at the Inner Harbor in support of Question 7. Question 7 would allow a Las Vegas style casino in Prince George's County as well as table games, like black jack and roulette at the state's five previously authorized slots locations.
Question 7 is a statewide ballot measure that will rise or fall based on the number of votes it receives throughout Maryland.
Under the state constitution any major expansion of gambling including the addition of a new site must be put to the statewide vote.
The idea that table games are already in operation at major casinos in three of the four neighboring states and that many of their patrons come from Maryland -- some say its foolish not to compete.
The state and Prince George's County both need the tax revenue.
Under state law-- nearly half the revenue generated by slot machines is marked for the education trust fund which can be used to pay for education programs.
But some folks against Question 7 don't think the money will go to help education. Tomorrow voters will have a chance to sound off on the issue.
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