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State Races: Maryland
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RaceStatusCandidateVoteVote %PrecinctsLocalExit Poll
Maryland Governor
updated: 4:28 p.m.

Full MD
Republican  Ehrlich
842,252 51% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale voter survey results
 
Democratic  Townsend
785,57548%
 
Libertarian  Lancaster
11,0521%
HouseMore
RaceStatusCandidateVoteVote %PrecinctsLocalExit Poll
Maryland 01
updated: 4:28 p.m.
Full MD
Republican  Gilchrest
  (incumbent)
182,204 77% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Democratic  Tamlyn
55,60923%
Maryland 02
updated: 4:28 p.m.

Full MD
Democratic  Ruppersberger
102,977 55% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Republican  Bentley
85,86345%
Maryland 03
updated: 4:28 p.m.
Full MD
Democratic  Cardin
  (incumbent)
140,342 66% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Republican  Conwell
72,34834%
Maryland 04
updated: 4:28 p.m.
Full MD
Democratic  Wynn
  (incumbent)
128,554 79% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Republican  Kimble
33,34221%
Maryland 05
updated: 4:28 p.m.
Full MD
Democratic  Hoyer
  (incumbent)
133,819 70% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Republican  Crawford
58,24730%
HouseMore
RaceStatusCandidateVoteVote %PrecinctsLocalExit Poll
Maryland 06
updated: 4:28 p.m.
Full MD
Republican  Bartlett
  (incumbent)
141,720 66% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Democratic  Dearmon
72,71334%
Maryland 07
updated: 4:28 p.m.
Full MD
Democratic  Cummings
  (incumbent)
133,196 74% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Republican  Ward
46,99826%
Maryland 08
updated: 4:28 p.m.

Full MD
Democratic  Van Hollen
106,902 52% 100% of precincts reporting votes by county or locale not available
 
Republican  Morella
  (incumbent)
97,96247%
 
Independent  Bassett
1,5011%
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