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Maryland State House, District 26

About the Race

Three candidates will be chosen to represent District 26.

General Election

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

Md. State House District 26 Results  
Veronica Turner * (D) 23,44534%
Kris Valderrama (D) 20,99631%
Jay Walker (D) 20,94031%
John Rowe (R) 3,1405%
Key: * Incumbent | Red Checkmark Winner
Precincts: 100% | Updated: 2:29 PM ET | Source: AP


Kris Valderrama

Kris Valderrama (D)

Occupation Strategic Communications, American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO.
Education BS, respiratory therapy, Salisbury State University.
Age: 36 | Residence: Fort Washington.
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Veronica Turner

Veronica Turner* (D)

Occupation State delegate; political organizer, Service Employees International Union Local 1199.
Education Some college, Tennessee State University.
Age: 56 | Residence: Camp Springs.
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John Rowe

John Rowe (R)

Occupation Semi-retired, part-time self-employed, congressional relations consultant on health-related issues.
Education U.S. Army Finance School.
Age: 68 | Residence: Oxon Hill.
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Jay Walker

Jay Walker (D)

Occupation President, Walker Financial Services; sports analyst, ESPN; retired NFL quarterback.
Education BA, political science, Howard University.
Age: 34 | Residence: Fort Washington.
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