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Via: Baltimore Sun

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake easily won in her first bid for the office, beating Republican Alfred V. Griffin III by a wide margin. She became mayor in February 2010 when, as city council president, she ascended to the position after Sheila Dixon’s resignation amid a corruption scandal. As expected, the election drew a low turnout — fewer than 10 percent of registered voters cast ballots — after a more competitive primary in the heavily Democratic city.

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