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Who’s winning Maryland: Live election results

Election Nov. 8. Get information about how to vote in Maryland here. See primary results here.

What's happening in Maryland
Updated Nov. 8 at 10:41 p.m.

Democrat Chris Van Hollen has beaten Kathy Szeliga, a Republican, in the race for the Maryland Senate seat currently held by Barbara A. Mikulski (D).

All of Maryland's House seats have been decided. Republicans have held one seat, while Democrats have held seven. Every House seat is up for election every two years.

Maryland voted for Hillary Clinton, the Democratic former secretary of state, in Tuesday’s presidential election.

Past votes

Voters in Maryland have picked the winning candidate in election cycles since 1972. In 2012, they voted for with % of the vote. Below, look at the winner and margin of victory in the state, and which candidates went on to win the election.

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2012 presidential results
Local Elections

U.S. Senate

Candidate Votes Pct.
Chris Van Hollen (D)  1,488,845 60%
Kathy Szeliga (R)  898,902 36%
Margaret Flowers (GRN)  78,752 3%

U.S. House District 1

Candidate Votes Pct.
Andy Harris (R)  229,135 68%
Joe Werner (D)  94,776 28%
Matt Beers (LIB)  14,207 4%

U.S. House District 2

Candidate Votes Pct.
Dutch Ruppersberger (D)  172,324 62%
Pat McDonough (R)  92,099 33%
Kristin Kasprzak (LIB)  12,530 5%

U.S. House District 3

Candidate Votes Pct.
John Sarbanes (D)  194,362 63%
Mark Plaster (R)  106,627 34%
Nnabu Eze (GRN)  8,430 3%

U.S. House District 4

Candidate Votes Pct.
Anthony Brown (D)  218,215 74%
George McDermott (R)  63,674 22%
Kamesha Clark (GRN)  7,357 2%
Benjamin Krause (LIB)  5,274 2%

U.S. House District 5

Candidate Votes Pct.
Steny Hoyer (D)  223,582 67%
Mark Arness (R)  98,768 30%
Jason Summers (LIB)  10,033 3%

U.S. House District 6

Candidate Votes Pct.
John Delaney (D)  167,229 55%
Amie Hoeber (R)  123,611 41%
David Howser (LIB)  6,216 2%
George Gluck (GRN)  4,997 2%

U.S. House District 7

Candidate Votes Pct.
Elijah Cummings (D)  211,962 75%
Corrogan Vaughn (R)  61,854 22%
Myles Hoenig (GRN)  8,428 3%

U.S. House District 8

Candidate Votes Pct.
Jamie Raskin (D)  191,671 59%
Dan Cox (R)  115,200 36%
Nancy Wallace (GRN)  9,761 3%
Jasen Wunder (LIB)  6,540 2%

Judge of the Circuit Court Circuit 6

Candidate Votes Pct.
Karla N. Smith 272,613 35%
John M. Maloney 271,068 35%
Harry C. Storm 225,626 29%

Judge, Court of Appeals Circuit 4 Michele D. Hotten

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 283,072 87%
No 41,828 13%

Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Dan Friedman

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 265,181 83%
No 55,126 17%

Judge, Court of Special Appeals Circuit 7 Patrick L. Woodward

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 300,707 87%
No 44,955 13%

Montgomery County

Board of Education At Large

Candidate Votes Pct.
Jeanette Dixon 195,750 56%
Phil Kauffman 151,809 44%

Board of Education District 2

Candidate Votes Pct.
Rebecca Smondrowski 220,430 67%
Brandon Orman Rippeon 107,204 33%

Board of Education District 4

Candidate Votes Pct.
Shebra Evans 219,684 69%
Anjali Reed Phukan 100,656 31%

Question A Amendment: Allow the county council to order a special election if there is a vacancy in the office of county executive

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 357,465 90%
No 40,148 10%

Question B Term Limits: Members of the county council and the county executive limited to a maximum of three consecutive partial or full terms in office

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 281,624 69%
No 124,154 31%

Question C Specifies that partial service of a full term for council member or county executive means service of at least two years of that term

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 303,736 79%
No 81,490 21%

Prince George's County

Board of Education District 1

Candidate Votes Pct.
Raul Jurado 90,675 79%
David H. Murray 24,402 21%

Board of Education District 4

Candidate Votes Pct.
Patricia Eubanks 20,969 71%
Abel Olivo 8,667 29%

Board of Education District 5

Candidate Votes Pct.
Raaheela Ahmed 30,632 57%
Cheryl Landis 22,662 42%

Board of Education District 7

Candidate Votes Pct.
K. Alexander Wallace 20,885 61%
John E. Richardson 13,154 39%

Board of Education District 8

Candidate Votes Pct.
Edward Burroughs, III 27,819 68%
Stephanie Hinton 13,217 32%

Question A Bond issue: $60,765,000 for building and repair of library facilities

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 279,557 82%
No 60,700 18%

Question B Bond issue: $66,591,000 to build and repair public safety facilities

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 289,905 86%
No 49,099 14%

Question C Bond issue: $48,363,000 to build and repair community colleges

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 285,981 84%
No 52,648 16%

Question D To add two at large seats to the county council and limit district members who served to two terms to no more than two terms as an at-large member

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 223,282 66%
No 113,218 34%

Question E Bond issue: $199,263,000 for public works and transportation facilities

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 285,561 85%
No 50,856 15%

Question F Bond issue: $120,494,000 to build and repair county buildings

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 237,086 71%
No 96,504 29%

Question G Requirement that when the county attorney determines a conflict of interest between the executive and legislative branches on matters requiring legal services and advice, both branches shall engage outside counsel

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 283,917 85%
No 49,492 15%

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