One Senate seat is up for election in Maryland, held by a Democratic incumbent. Voters will also choose representatives for eight House seats, seven of which are held by Democrats and one by a Republican. And they will select a governor, an office currently held by a Republican. See Maryland’s primary results.
Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin, a former ranking Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, is favored over Tony Campbell (R), a political science lecturer at Towson University, and independent Neal Simon, a financial-services executive from Potomac.
Democrats in Maryland were rattled in 2014 when a little-known Republican named Larry Hogan beat Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown, their party’s gubernatorial nominee. Hogan’s popularity and bipartisan credentials make him a significant favorite against former NAACP president Ben Jealous, a progressive backed by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) whose platform includes universal healthcare and a $15 minimum wage.
Going into this election, Maryland had 7 Democratic representatives and 1 Republican representative. Here’s how each district leans politically, based on how it voted in the 2016 presidential election, with 2018 results as they come in.
The case of Joseph Kennedy, an assistant football coach at Bremerton High School in Washington, pitted red states against blue ones, some professional football players against others, divided constitutional experts and drew more friend-of-the-court briefs than any case at the Supreme Court this term, except for the controversies over abortion and gun control.