WASHINGTON -- If you ask anyone who lives in the D.C. or Baltimore media markets, you're likely to hear some voter fatigue regarding Maryland's Question 7, a ballot proposal that would authorize expanded gambling in the Free State.
It seems that most people, especially those in D.C. and Virginia who don't get to vote on the measure, are ready for the end of the Question 7 commercials -- there's been more than $35 million in combined spending on Question 7 ads.
Take a look at the anticipation in social media circles of those looking forward to the cessation of Question 7 ads ...
Thankfully with today being election day we won't have to see Lavar Arrington's Question 7 commercial again...
Watched #WalkingDead on demand last night, and even that had an ad for Question 7. Can't Wait Till Wednesday and they're done. Still #GoVote
Nothing feels better than seeing the "Skip Ad" button for question 7 on YouTube.
WAIT..if I voted yes to question 7, does that mean I don't have to hear that stupid country Question 7 ad song on @Pandora_Radio anymore?!?
If I see one more "Question 7" ad or commercial I'm gonna kill myself lol
Need to know anything about Question 7 in Maryland? I think I could recite every ad by heart.
I was disappointed not being to vote for question 7 after seeing the commercial in my VA home 1.6 million times
Cory Deff ♔
if i see one more fucking ad for question 7 im gonna blow my brains out
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