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May 28, 1986

Maryland, following the lead of eight other states, will hold its primary election the second Tuesday in March in 1988 in an effort to give the South a bigger role in presidential politics. Gov. Harry Hughes, who had been contemplating a veto of the Super Tuesday primary bill, signed the legislation into law. Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma and Tennessee also have adopted the Super Tuesday primary date.

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