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Maryland, Virginia election results 2012: Senate, referendums on interactive map

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ELECTION RESULTS
United States of America:
Full national results | Electoral Map | Key Races Map
District of Columbia: Washington
Maryland: Statewide | Anne Arundel, Calvert and Charles Counties | Frederick, Howard and Montgomery Counties | Prince George's and St. Mary's Counties
Virginia: Statewide | Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax City | Fairfax County, Falls Church and Fauquier | Loudoun, Manassas and Manassas Park | Prince William, Spotsylvania and Stafford

For several key races in Maryland and Virginia, it all comes down to Tuesday night.

By the end of the night, Virginia will have a new U.S. Senator, Maryland may be sending an old standby back to Congress, and Marylanders will have decided on the Dream Act, same-sex marriage and the expansion of gambling.

It'll be a race to the finish, though, so make sure to keep track of every vote with our interactive map, courtesy of Esri. To find out returns from individual counties in specific races, choose an election from the drop down menu and click on an individual county

Obviously, the map is color coded and updates in real time. When a state goes to a dark shade of red, blue or green, that means the state has been been called by the Associated Press. Lighter shades of those colors indicates that the race has not been called, but a certain candidate is in the lead. Here's a key:

Senate Races
Gray: County is tied
Light Red: Republican is in the lead, but race has not been called
Light Blue: Democrat is in the lead, but race has not been called
Dark Red: Republican has won the county, based on AP projections
Dark Blue: Democrat has won the county, based on AP projections

Maryland Referendums
Gray: County is tied
Light Red: No is in the lead, but race has not been called
Light Green: Yes is in the lead, but race has not been called
Dark Red: No has won the county, based on AP projections
Dark Green: Yes has won the county, based on AP projections

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