2018 DC Primary Results

D.C. residents went to the polls June 19 to vote in a host of primary races, including those for mayor, D.C. Council and delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives. They also voted on a ballot measure to raise D.C.’s minimum wage for tipped workers.

View results from the primary races below. (Uncontested races do not appear.)

National committeeman – Dem – Primary
— Jack Evans: 63.4 percent
— Markus Batchelor: 36.6 percent

National committeewoman – Dem – Primary
— Silvia Martinez: 43.58 percent
— Nikki M. G. Lewis: 41.39 percent
— Marie C. Johns: 15.03 percent

Shadow senator – Dem – Primary
— Andria Thomas: 47.3 percent
— Michael D. Brown: 51.04 percent

See other results on the D.C. Board of Elections website.

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