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Update: Democrat Wendy Rosen withdraws, but name will stay on ballot

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Posted: Monday, September 10, 2012 3:45 pm | Updated: 1:36 am, Tue Sep 11, 2012.

Wendy Rosen, the Democratic challenger to Rep. Andy Harris in Maryland's First Congressional District, withdrew Monday from the race after allegations of voter fraud, but her name will remain on the ballot for November's general election.

Rosen had until Aug. 28 to decline her party's nomination, according to the 2012 presidential election calendar on the Maryland State Board of Elections website.

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