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November 2004 Montgomery Elections
Montgomery Board of Education District 2
Updated 11/3/04 2:47 PM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Stephen N. Abrams 139,663 53% 
  Walter Lange * 124,207 47% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post



Montgomery Board of Education District 4
Updated 11/3/04 2:47 PM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Valerie Ervin 159,422 59% 
  Sheldon Fishman 109,327 41% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post



Montgomery Board of Education At-Large
Updated 11/3/04 2:47 PM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Sharon W. Cox * 191,861 70% 
  Tommy Le 82,069 30% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post



Montgomery Ballot Question A: Eliminating Council Authority to Levy Real Property Tax
Updated 11/3/04 2:47 PM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  No 200,154 59% 
  Yes 138,937 41% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: Eliminate the authority of the County Council, by an affirmative vote of 7 out of 9 Councilmembers, to levy a tax on real property that will produce revenue that exceeds the revenue limit set in Section 305 by amending Section 305 of the County Charter.



Montgomery Ballot Question B: County Council and County Executive Term Limits
Updated 11/3/04 2:47 PM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  No 177,813 52% 
  Yes 161,583 48% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: Amend Sections 105 and 202 of the County Charter to: --limit the County Executive and members of the County Council to 3 consecutive terms in office, and --provide that a County Executive and any member of the County Council who will have served 3 or more consecutive terms on Dec. 4, 2006, cannot serve another successive term in the same office.



Montgomery Ballot Question C: Changing Number of Voting Districts
Updated 11/3/04 2:47 PM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  No 203,567 61% 
  Yes 129,791 39% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: Amend Sections 102, 103, and 104 of the County Charter to: --divide the County into 9, rather than the current 5, Council districts; --elect all Councilmembers by district, rather than the current 5 by district and 4 at large; and --[eliminate each voter's ability to vote for a majority of Councilmembers by reducing] reduce from 5 to 1 the number of Councilmembers each voter can vote for.



U.S. House -- Maryland District 4
Updated 11/24/04 1:59 AM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Albert R. Wynn * (D)178,615 75% 
  John R. McKinnis (R)48,757 20% 
  Theresa M. Dudley (Green)10,797 5% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: AP



U.S. House -- Maryland District 8
Updated 11/24/04 1:59 AM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Chris Van Hollen * (D)191,630 75% 
  Chuck Floyd (R)64,676 25% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: AP



U.S. Senate -- Maryland
Updated 11/24/04 1:59 AM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Barbara A. Mikulski * (D)1,385,009 65% 
  E.J. Pipkin (R)725,898 34% 
  Maria Allwine (Green)21,974 1% 
  Thomas Trump (CST)8,179 0% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: AP




       


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