Maryland 2016 general election results

Maryland residents voted for local board of education races, local ballot referendums, a constitutional amendment, U.S. House races and the state’s open U.S. Senate seat in addition to president.

Presidential results by county
Senate results
Congressional race results
Constitutional amendment
Local race results
Local ballot issues

Note: All results are unofficial until certified.

(i) denotes incumbent

Presidential results by county


House race results

Constitutional amendment

Local results

* (i) denotes incumbent

Montgomery County Board of Education

Jeanette Dixon – 56 percent
Phil Kauffman (i) – 43 percent
District 2
Brandon Orman Rippeon 32 percent
Rebecca Smondrowski (i) – 67 percent
District 4
Shebra Evans 68 percent
Anjali Reed Phukan – 31 percent

Prince George’s County Board of Education

District 001
Raul Jurado – 27 percent
David H. Murray – 72 percent
District 004
Patricia Eubanks (i) – 70 percent
Abel Olivo – 29 percent
District 005
Raaheela Ahmed – 58 percent
Cheryl Landis – 42 percent
District 007
John E. Richardson – 38 percent
K. Alexander Wallace (i) – 61 percent
District 008
Edward III Burroughs (i) – 68 percent
Stephanie Hinton – 32 percent

Ballot Issues

Montgomery County
A: County executive vacancy – Pass 89 percent
B: Term limits for County Council and county executive – Pass 69 percent
C: Terms of office for County Council and county executive – Pass 79 percent

Prince George’s County
A: Library bond – Pass 82 percent
B: Public safety bond – Pass 86 percent
C: Community college bond – Pass 85 percent
D: Charter amendment to add at-large seats to the County Council – Pass 66 percent
E: Public works and transportation bonds – Pass 85 percent
F: County buildings bond – Pass 71 percent
G: Charter amendment on outside legal counsel – Pass 85 percent

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