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Md. congressional, local primary election results

WASHINGTON –  Voters headed to the polls Tuesday to choose their nominees to replace retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski and to fill the congressional seats left open by two contenders hoping to succeed her on Capitol Hill.

Additionally, voters chose candidates for several board of education races in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties. Baltimore primary voters made their picks for mayor and city council. Incumbent Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake did not seek re-election.

Here are unofficial primary election results for Maryland congressional races and select local races.

4th Congressional District (Democrats)
8th Congressional District (Democrats)
More House Races
Montgomery County Board of Education
Prince George’s County Board of Education
Baltimore City Races

* denotes incumbent

U.S. Senate

Senate Republican Party
Chris Chaffee – 13.7 percent
Sean P. Connor – 5.7 percent
Richard J. Douglas – 7.5 percent
John R. Graziani  – 4.4 percent
Greg Holmes – 4.2 percent
Joseph David Hooe – 2 percent
Chrys Kefalas – 9.6 percent
Mark McNicholas – 2.6 percent
Lynn Richardson – 5.4 percent
Anthony Seda – 1 percent
Richard Shawver – 0.8 percent
Kathy Szeliga – 36 percent – winner
Dave Wallace – 6.1 percent
Garry Thomas Yarrington – 0.8 percent

Senate Democratic Party
Freddie Donald Dickson Jr. – 1.6 percent
Donna F. Edwards – 38.9 percent
Ralph Jaffe – 0.8 percent
Theresa C. Scaldaferri – 1.5 percent
Charles U. Smith – 0.9 percent
Violet Staley – 1.1 percent
Blaine Taylor – 0.7 percent
Ed Tinus – 0.3 percent
Chris Van Hollen – 53.3 percent – winner
Lih Young – 0.9 percent

U.S. House

District 4 Republican Party
Robert “Bro” Broadus – 16.4 percent
Rob Buck – 11.4 percent
George E. McDermott – 46.2 percent – winner
David Therrien – 26 percent

District 4 Democratic Party
Anthony G. Brown – 41.6 percent – winner
Warren Christopher – 3.5 percent
Matthew Fogg – 1.2 percent
Glenn F. Ivey – 34.1 percent
Joseline Pena-Melnyk – 19 percent
Terence Strait – 0.7 percent

District 8 Republican Party
Dan Cox – 45 percent – winner
Jeffrey W. Jones – 20 percent
Liz Matory – 15.4 percent
Aryeh Shudofsky – 7 percent
Shelly Skolnick – 12.5 percent

District 8 Democratic Party
David M. Anderson – 1.1 percent
Kumar P. Barve – 2.3 percent
Dan Bolling – 0.5 percent
Ana Sol Gutierrez – 5.5 percent
William Jawando –  4.7 percent
Kathleen Matthews – 24 percent
Jamie Raskin – 34 percent – winner
Joel Rubin – 1 percent
David Trone – 27 percent


Final results for other House races around the state.

District 1 Republican Party
Jonathan Marvin Goff – 6 percent
Andy Harris* – 78 percent – winner
Sean M. Jackson – 4.8 percent
Michael D. Smigiel Sr. – 11 percent
District 1 Democratic Party
Jim Ireton – 48 percent
Joe Werner – 52 percent – winner
District 2 Republican Party
Bill Heine – 8 percent
Carl H. Magee Jr. – 10.5 percent
Pat McDonough – 72 percent – winner
Yuripzy Morgan – 5.5 percent
Mark Gerard Shell – 4 percent
District 2 Democratic Party
C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger* – 100 percent  – winner
District 3 Republican Party
Thomas E. “Pinkston” Harris – 37 percent
Mark Plaster – 63 percent – winner
District 3 Democratic Party
John Rea – 13 percent
John Sarbanes* – 87 percent – winner
District 5 Republican Party
Mark Arness – 53 percent
Charles Sam Faddis -47 percent
District 5 Democratic Party
Kristin Beck – 12 percent
Steny H. Hoyer* – 76 percent – winner
Debbie F. Wilson – 12 percent
District 6 Republican Party
Terry L. Baker – 23 percent
Scott Cheng – 3.7 percent
Robin Ficker – 11.3 percent
Amie Hoeber – 29.3 percent – winner
Frank Howard – 17 percent
Christopher James Mason – 4 percent
Harold Painter – 1.8 percent
David E. Vogt III – 9.5 percent
District 6 Democratic Party
John K. Delaney* – 85 percent – winner
Tony Puca – 15 percent
District 7 Republican Party 
Ray Bly – 17 percent
William T. Newton – 41.6 percent – projected winner
Corrogan R. Vaughn – 41.4 percent
District 7 Democratic Party
Elijah Cummings* – 92 percent – winner
Adrian Petrus – 8 percent


Local races

Montgomery County Board of Education

At-Large (264 out of 276 precincts reporting)
(Vote for 1 – top 2 advance to the general election)
Jeanette Dixon – 31  percent – projected winner
Mike Ibanez  – 11 percent
Sebastian Johnson – 18 percent
Phil Kauffman* – 28 percent – projected winner
Gwendolyn Love Kimbrough – 12 percent

Prince George’s County Board of Education (283 out of 285 precincts reporting)

District 5
(Vote for 1 – top 2 advance to the general election)
Raaheela Ahmed – 36 percent – winner
Jeana Jacobs* – 23 percent
Robert Johnson – 10 percent
Cheryl Landis – 30.5 percent – winner

District 8
(Vote for 1 – top 2 advance to the general election)
Edward Burroughs* – 59 percent – winner
Carlton C. Carter – 15 percent
Stephanie Hinton – 26 percent – winner

Find more primary race results from around the state including the Baltimore mayoral race. Choose “select office” to find a specific race from the drop down menu.

Correction: The results for the Prince George’s County school board races have been updated to show the correct winners.

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