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Maryland Comptroller

About the Race

William Donald Schaefer, one of the dominant figures in Maryland political history, conceded defeat to Del. Peter Franchot (D-Montgomery) in the tight three-way race for the Democratic nomination to be Maryland comptroller. Franchot edged out Anne Arundel County Executive Janet S. Owens. Schaefer finished third.

Length of term: Four years

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General Election

Results below are unofficial and may be incomplete. For final results, check state and county board of elections web sites.


Anne M. McCarthy

Anne M. McCarthy (R)

Occupation Associate professor of management, Univ. of Baltimore; former dean, Merrick School of Business, Univ. of Baltimore.
Education BA, economics, Georgetown University; MBA, University of Connecticut; PhD, strategic management, Purdue University.
Age: 48 | Residence: Bolton Hill, Baltimore.
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Peter Franchot

Peter Franchot (D)

Occupation Business development consultant.
Education BA, English, Amherst College; JD, Northeastern University School of Law.
Age: 59 | Residence: Takoma Park.
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