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November 2004 Prince George's Elections
Prince George's County Council 2nd District
Updated 11/3/04 4:00 PM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Will Campos 15,355 89% 
  Tommy S. Priestley 1,952 11% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post



Pr. George's Circuit Court Judge
Updated 11/3/04 4:00 PM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Cathy H. Serrette 177,028 34% 
  William D. Missouri 173,620 33% 
  Graydon S. McKee 173,607 33% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post



Prince George's Ballot Question A: Public Works and Transportation Facilities Bonds
Updated 11/3/04 5:42 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Yes 219,929 86% 
  No 36,947 14% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: An Act enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $55,900,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of Public Works and Transportation Facilities (including roads and bridges, parking lots, and maintenance facilities), as defined therein.



Prince George's Ballot Question B: Library Facilities Bonds
Updated 11/3/04 5:42 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Yes 226,366 88% 
  No 31,885 12% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: An Act enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $14,468,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of Library Facilities, as defined therein.



Prince George's Ballot Question C: Public Safety Facilities Bonds
Updated 11/3/04 5:44 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Yes 229,869 88% 
  No 30,240 12% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: An Act enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $9,476,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of Public Safety Facilities (including Fire Department Facilities), as defined therein.



Prince George's Ballot Question D: County Buildings Bonds
Updated 11/3/04 5:44 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Yes 191,521 75% 
  No 64,522 25% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: An Act enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $11,780,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of County Buildings, as defined therein.



Prince George's Ballot Question E: Community College Facilities Bonds
Updated 11/3/04 5:46 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Yes 224,470 87% 
  No 34,182 13% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: An Act enabling the County to borrow money and issue bonds in an amount not exceeding $5,290,000 to finance the design, construction, reconstruction, extension, acquisition, improvement, enlargement, alteration, renovation, relocation, rehabilitation or repair of Community College Facilities, as defined therein.



Prince George's Ballot Question F: County Council Term Limits
Updated 11/3/04 5:46 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Yes 207,935 81% 
  No 49,606 19% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: To provide that members of the County Council may not be elected to more than two consecutive terms; and to provide a precedence clause in the event of conflicting charter amendments ratified by the voters at the November 2004 general election.



Prince George's Ballot Question G: Election of Chairman and Vice Chairman
Updated 11/3/04 5:47 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Yes 201,375 82% 
  No 43,224 18% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: To reaffirm the manner of election of the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council, and provide a precedence clause in the event of conflicting charter amendments ratified by the voters at the November 2004 general election.



Prince George's Ballot Question H: Enlargement of Council - At Large Members
Updated 11/3/04 5:51 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  No 183,681 71% 
  Yes 75,514 29% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: To enlarge the Council from nine to eleven members, adding two at-large members; providing that term limits on district members do not apply to a district member running for an at-large seat on the Council; providing that the at-large member receiving the greatest number of votes shall be Chairman of the Council.



Prince George's Ballot Question I: Voting Rights for At Large Members
Updated 11/3/04 5:51 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  No 125,314 51% 
  Yes 121,116 49% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: To establish voting rights for at-large council members and to provide a precedence clause in the event of conflicting Charter amendments ratified by the voters at the November 2004 general election.



Prince George's Ballot Question J: Limitation of Hours for Temporary and Seasonal Positions
Updated 11/3/04 5:52 PM ET
99% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Yes 145,172 58% 
  No 106,761 42% 
Key to Party Abbreviations Source: The Post
EDITOR'S NOTE: Question: To provide a limitation on the number of hours worked by persons in temporary or seasonal positions, and amend the provisions for action on the County classification plan.



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 5
Updated 11/24/04 1:59 AM ET
100% Precincts Reporting
Incumbent* declared winner
 CandidatesVotes % 
  Steny H. Hoyer * (D)188,694 69% 
  Bradley S. Jewitt (R)80,738 29% 
  Bob S. Auerbach (Green)3,802 1% 
  Steve Krukar (CST)1,727 1% 
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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