Election 2018

Maryland Election Results



How each House district leans politically
District 1 Previously Republican
In 2016, Trump won this district by 25.1 points and Andy Harris (R) won by 38.4.
District 2 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 21 points and Dutch Ruppersberger (D) won by 29.
District 3 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 30.9 points and John Sarbanes (D) won by 29.3.
District 4 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 57.1 points and Anthony Brown (D) won by 52.7.
District 5 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 33.8 points and Steny Hoyer (D) won by 38.
District 6 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 15.4 points and John Delaney (D) won by 15.9.
District 7 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 52.5 points and Elijah Cummings (D) won by 53.1.
District 8 Previously Democrat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 33.3 points and Jamie Raskin (D) won by 26.4.
Other results

Ballot Initiatives

Question 1 - Allot Gaming Revenue for Ed

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 1,734,357 88%
Against 242,691 12%

Question 2 - Same-Day Voter Registration

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 1,336,474 67%
Against 654,949 33%

Montgomery County

County Executive

Candidate Votes Pct.
Marc Elrich (D)  225,900 64%
Nancy Floreen (I)  67,402 19%
Robin Ficker (R)  57,489 16%

County Council District 1

Candidate Votes Pct.
Andrew Friedson (D)  61,594 77%
Richard Banach (R)  18,426 23%

County Council District 2

Candidate Votes Pct.
Craig L. Rice (D)  43,401 71%
Ed Amatetti (R)  17,965 29%

County Council District 3

Candidate Votes Pct.
Sidney A. Katz (D)  53,134 100%

County Council District 4

Candidate Votes Pct.
Nancy Navarro (D)  51,718 100%

County Council District 5

Candidate Votes Pct.
Tom Hucker (D)  60,237 100%

County Council At Large – 4 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Evan Glass (D)  241,203 19%
Gabe Albornoz (D)  235,998 19%
Will Jawando (D)  233,388 19%
Hans Riemer (D)  228,430 18%
Robert Dyer (R)  78,137 6%
Shelly Skolnick (R)  72,134 6%
Penny Musser (R)  70,414 6%
Chris P. Fiotes Jr. (R)  67,794 5%
Tim Willard (G)  26,588 2%

Board of Education District 1

Candidate Votes Pct.
Judy Docca 123,514 51%
Maria Blaeuer 119,411 49%

Board of Education District 3

Candidate Votes Pct.
Patricia O'Neill 159,318 64%
Lynn Amano 90,954 36%

Board of Education District 5

Candidate Votes Pct.
Brenda Wolff 233,737 100%

Board of Education At Large

Candidate Votes Pct.
Karla Silvestre 130,407 51%
Julie Reiley 123,121 49%

Clerk of Circuit Court

Candidate Votes Pct.
Barbara H. Meiklejohn (D)  287,289 100%

Judge of the Circuit Court Circuit 6 – 7 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Jeannie E. Cho 212,198 15%
Debra L. Dwyer 209,619 15%
Margaret Marie Schweitzer 203,192 15%
Jill Reid Cummins 200,256 14%
James A. Bonifant 193,451 14%
Kevin G. Hessler 183,516 13%
David W. Lease 178,553 13%

Register of Wills

Candidate Votes Pct.
Joseph M. Griffin (D)  257,545 77%
Dolores Reyes (R)  77,445 23%

Sheriff

Candidate Votes Pct.
Darren Mark Popkin (D)  259,036 76%
Jae Hwang (R)  83,068 24%

State's Attorney

Candidate Votes Pct.
John McCarthy (D)  291,454 100%

Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Donald E. Beachley

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 230,827 86%
No 36,798 14%

Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Matthew J. Fader

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 230,142 87%
No 34,229 13%

Question A Redistricting Procedure - Composition of Redistricting Commission

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 253,201 83%
Against 51,695 17%

Question B Property Tax Limit - Votes Needed to Override

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 213,878 70%
Against 92,277 30%

Question C Merit System - Councilmembers' Aides

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 166,028 56%
Against 132,267 44%

Prince George's County

County Executive

Candidate Votes Pct.
Angela Alsobrooks (D)  273,490 100%

County Council District 1

Candidate Votes Pct.
Tom Dernoga (D)  27,407 100%

County Council District 2

Candidate Votes Pct.
Deni Taveras (D)  15,214 100%

County Council District 3

Candidate Votes Pct.
Dannielle Glaros (D)  21,150 100%

County Council District 4

Candidate Votes Pct.
Todd M. Turner (D)  35,183 100%

County Council District 5

Candidate Votes Pct.
Jolene Ivey (D)  27,953 100%

County Council District 6

Candidate Votes Pct.
Derrick Leon Davis (D)  42,971 100%

County Council District 7

Candidate Votes Pct.
Rodney Colvin Streeter (D)  24,585 100%

County Council District 8

Candidate Votes Pct.
Monique Anderson-Walker (D)  31,847 100%

County Council District 9

Candidate Votes Pct.
Sydney Harrison (D)  37,736 100%

County Council At Large – 2 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Mel Franklin (D)  216,860 47%
Calvin Hawkins (D)  206,147 45%
Felicia Folarin (R)  37,321 8%

Board of Education District 2

Candidate Votes Pct.
Joshua M. Thomas 12,121 57%
Lupi Grady 9,043 43%

Board of Education District 3

Candidate Votes Pct.
Pamela Boozer-Strother 9,747 56%
Juwan Blocker 7,586 44%

Board of Education District 6

Candidate Votes Pct.
Belinda Queen 18,181 54%
Carolyn Maria Boston 15,648 46%

Board of Education District 9

Candidate Votes Pct.
Sonya Williams 26,180 66%
Arun Puracken 13,474 34%

Clerk of the Circuit Court

Candidate Votes Pct.
Mahasin El Amin (D)  259,644 100%

Judge of the Circuit Court Circuit 7 – 6 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Tiffany H. Anderson 216,669 20%
Robin Bright 185,263 17%
Judy Lynn Woodall 181,007 17%
Sean D. Wallace 175,974 16%
Peter Killough 162,900 15%
William Snoddy 162,637 15%

Judge of the Orphans' Court – 3 seats

Candidate Votes Pct.
Wendy Alise Cartwright (D)  223,303 35%
Athena Malloy Groves (D)  215,535 33%
Vicky L. Ivory-Orem (D)  205,826 32%

Register of Wills

Candidate Votes Pct.
Cereta A. Lee (D)  263,254 100%

Sheriff

Candidate Votes Pct.
Melvin C. High (D)  257,958 100%

State's Attorney

Candidate Votes Pct.
Aisha Braveboy (D)  265,728 100%

Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Donald E. Beachley

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 205,737 84%
No 40,612 16%

Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large Matthew J. Fader

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 211,150 85%
No 38,530 15%

Judge, Court of Special Appeals Circuit 4 Melanie Shaw Geter

Candidate Votes Pct.
Yes 223,868 90%
No 25,046 10%

Question A Public Works and Transportation Facilities Bonds

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 236,673 86%
Against 39,953 14%

Question B Library Facilities Bonds

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 235,983 85%
Against 40,748 15%

Question C Public Safety Facilities Bonds

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 238,507 87%
Against 36,595 13%

Question D County Buildings Bonds

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 205,317 75%
Against 68,291 25%

Question E Community College Facilities Bonds

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 242,147 87%
Against 35,298 13%

Question F Council Member Residency Requirement

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 255,983 92%
Against 21,697 8%

Question G Nondiscrimination - County Personnel and Contracting

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 261,700 94%
Against 17,266 6%

Question H County Council Member Full-Time Position

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 215,985 79%
Against 58,674 21%

Question I County Auditor - Appointment, Responsibilities and Authority

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 220,342 82%
Against 48,961 18%

Question J County Personnel - Temporary Appointment

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 236,191 87%
Against 34,794 13%

Question K Charter Review Commission - Length of Term

Candidate Votes Pct.
For 227,746 86%
Against 37,846 14%
Viewpoints
Different voices on the elections
  • Opinion
Some White House hopefuls should be spending their time on Senate runs.
  • Opinion
He may seem to be the slow-and-steady tortoise, but he may actually be the hare.

The secretary of state has shown a talent for pretending Trump doesn't say what he said — and ragging on interviewers who have the temerity to ask him about it.

The 5-4 decision could give an advantage to Virginia Democrats this fall.

  • Analysis

A new Fox News poll reinforces questions about the extent to which the economy will save Trump's presidency.

Democratic candidates try to convince black voters that they have an economic plan to address racism.

The justices rejected a concerted effort by groups of conservatives and liberals alike to persuade the court that the exception to the Constitution’s double jeopardy clause is not warranted.