8:56 p.m. Statewide early voting totals and some election day totals are in and show Anthony Brown (50.87 percent) and Larry Hogan (47.63 percent) in a very tight race.
8:48 p.m. Unofficial early voting results show 3,356 votes over eight days at the Jane E. Lawton Community Center in Chevy Chase, mostly mirroring countywide trends.
8:41 p.m. Is a Board of Education upset brewing? District 1 (Upcounty) challenger Kristin Trible got 45.78 percent of the early vote, while incumbent Judy Docca got 53 percent.
At-large candidates Jill Ortman-Fouse (50.75 percent) and Shebra Evans (48.71 percent) are neck-and-neck.
8:35 p.m. Incumbent Democratic At-large Councilmembers Marc Elrich, Nancy Floreen, George Leventhal and Hans Riemer all take in at least 22,000 early votes each. The closes Republican competitor, Bethesda resident Robert Dyer, got 8,841 early votes.
8:32 p.m. Some unofficial early voting results are filtering in. Anthony Brown got 69.8 percent of early voter in Montgomery County, while Larry Hogan got 28.9 percent.
In other races, Democrats show solid advantages. Brian Frosh got almost 75 percent of Montgomery County early votes, and the three Democrats running for District 16 House of Delegates got 24.8 percent (Bill Frick), 24.4 percent (Marc Korman) and 23.6 percent (Ariana Kelly.
8:07 p.m. Democratic gubernatorial nominee Anthony Brown’s event Tuesday night is in College Park, while Republican nominee Larry Hogan’s event is in Annapolis. Many Montgomery County Democrats at the Rockville event plan to head to College Park soon.
8:00 p.m. Montgomery County Democrats are gathering at the Rockville Hilton, where attorney general candidate Brian Frosh is expected later Tuesday night. Frosh, the longtime District 16 state senator, is favored in his race against Republican Jeffrey Pritzker.
7:55 p.m. We’ll be updating this post with results from local state legislative and county races, so stay tuned. Polls close at 8 p.m. and the Maryland State Board of Elections expects to start releasing results of early voting around 8:30 p.m.