2020 Maryland primary results

The Associated Press has determined that former Vice President Joe Biden has won the Democratic presidential primary in Maryland, and Rep. Andy Harris has won the Republican primary in the 1st Congressional District.

Below are the results as they come in for the major primary races in Maryland.

Of course, this wasn’t your average Election Day. Every registered Marylander was sent a mail ballot in an attempt to hold down crowds at polling places during the coronavirus pandemic, and it will likely be days before results are known, much less finalized. These are the latest numbers as of 5:30 p.m. June 3.

Keep checking back — we’ll update these numbers as we get more information.

Any races not listed here can be checked on the Maryland Board of Elections site.

Montgomery County

Board of Education at-large (1 candidate elected)

Mitra Ahadpour — 3,510 (6%)
Stephen Austin — 9,254 (15.8%)
Anil Chaudhry — 2,004 (3.4%)
Sunil Dasgupta — 10,594 (18.1%)
Paul Geller — 4,883 (8.3%)
Jay Guan — 3,788 (6.5%)
Lynne Harris — 16,460 (28.1%)
Collins Odongo — 1,084 (1.9%)
Dalbin Osorio — 1,723 (2.9%)
Cameron Rhode — 1,233 (2.1%)
Darwin Romero — 1,598 (2.7%)
Pavel Sukhobok — 1,704 (2.9%)
Lumpoange Thomas — 745 (1.3%)

Prince George’s County

Board of Education District 4 (One candidate elected)

Shayla Adams-Stafford — 3,801 (44.6%)
Mohammed Ali — 1,187 (13.9%)
Trina D. Brown — 944 (11.1%)
Alethia J. Simmons — 476 (5.6%)
Bryan M. Swann — 2,115 (24.8%)

Board of Education District 7 (One candidate elected)

Alexis Nicole Branch — 3,474 (35.7%)
Kenneth F. Harris, II — 4,854 (49.9%)
K. Alexander Wallace — 1,395 (14.3%)

Baltimore

Democratic primary for mayor 

Carlmichael Stokey Cannady — 847 (1.1%)
Lou Catelli — 68 (0.1%)
Valerie L. Cunningham — 169 (0.2%)
Sheila Dixon — 24,278 (30.5%)
Liri Fusha — 37 (0.0%)
Sean Bernard Gresh — 26 (0.0%)
Michael Douglas Jenson — 70 (0.1%)
Ralph E. Johnson Jr. — 75 (0.1%)
James Hugh Jones II — 16 (0.0%)
Terry Jay McCready — 28 (0.0%)
Mary Miller — 13,280 (16.7%)
Erik Powery — 18 (0.0%)
Yolanda Pulley — 68 (0.1%)
Brian J. Salsberry — 72 (0.1%)
Brandon M. Scott — 19,685 (24.7%)
Keith B. Scott — 184 (0.2%)
T. J. Smith — 4,832 (6.1%)
Dante C. Swinton — 36 (0.0%)
Rikki Vaughn — 60 (0.1%)
Thiru Vignarajah — 9,631 (12.1%)
Frederick Ware-Newsome — 15 (0.0%)
Mary Washington — 462 (0.6%)
Bernard C. “Jack” Young — 5,609 (7.0%)
Yasaun Young — 90 (0.1%)

U.S. House

District 7 
T. Dan Baker — 597 (0.7%)
Alicia D. Brown — 924 (1.1%)
Jill P. Carter — 6,488 (7.4%)
Matko Lee Chullin III — 115 (0.1%)
Maya Rockeymoore Cummings — 7,761 (8.8%)
Michael Davidson — 180 (0.2%)
Darryl Gonzalez — 245 (0.3%)
Mark Steven Gosnell — 439 (0.5%)
Dan Hiegel — 146 (0.2%)
Michael D. Howard Jr. — 187 (0.2%)
Jay Jalisi — 604 (0.7%)
Kweisi Mfume — 67,820 (77.1%)
Adrian Petrus — 100 (0.1%)
Saafir A. Rabb — 459 (0.5%)
Gary Schuman — 229 (0.3%)
Charles U. Smith — 127 (0.1%)
Harry Spikes — 528 (0.6%)
Charles Stokes — 753 (0.9%)
Jeff Woodard — 214 (0.2%)

Howard County

Board of Education District 2
James Cecil — 1,625 (24.5%)
Larry Pretlow II — 1,571 (23.7%)
Antonia Barkley Watts — 3,442 (51.9%)

Board of Education District 3
Gian P. Alfeo 506 (9.0%)
Tom Heffner 1,480 (26.3%)
Jolene Mosley 3,641 (64.7%)

Board of Education District 4 
Kirsten Coombs — 1,642 (21.5%)
Matt Levine — 910 (11.9%)
Jen Mallo — 2,546 (33.3%)
Daniel J. Margolis — 287 (3.8%)
Sezin Palmer — 2,008 (26.2%)
Mike Sheer — 258 (3.4%)

Board of Education District 5
Yun Lu — 2,917 (36.6%)
Saif Rehman — 1,054 (13.2%)
Gene Ryan — 2,016 (25.3%)
Cindy Vaillancourt — 1,973 (24.8%)

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