As expected, primary night in Maryland left some voters unsure of who their next candidate will be. In Montgomery County, the county executive nominees from both parties have not been announced, but results could arrive as soon as Wednesday.
With pivotal seats up for grabs statewide, Marylanders hit the polls Tuesday to make their voices heard.
The Associated Press has projected several victories in congressional races, but there are still many votes that by law cannot be counted until Thursday. Results, experts say, may trickle in throughout the week.
AP is projecting that U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown has defeated Katie Curran O’Malley, a former judge and Maryland first lady, for the Democratic nomination for attorney general. For the GOP, Michael Peroutka, who served a term on the Anne Arundel County Council, defeated former prosecutor Jim Shalleck.
Brooke Lierman, a state legislator from Baltimore, won the Democratic nomination to be the state’s tax collector. Republican Barry Glassman, who is the Harford County executive and a former state senator, is running unopposed for the GOP nomination.
In Maryland's 8th District, incumbent Democratic House Rep. Jamie Raskin won handily over Andalib Odulate. He will face Gregory Coll for the U.S. House seat in the fall.
Maryland state Delegate Neil Parrott defeated his primary challengers to earn the GOP nomination to represent Maryland's Sixth Congressional District in the House. Parrott will be on the ballot against David Trone, the Democratic nominee, in the general election.
Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen won the Democratic nomination for a second term, and is now projected to match up against Chris Chaffee, the GOP's Senate nominee.
Chris Palombi garnered more votes than Vanessa Hoffman and four other candidates vying for the Fifth District House Republican nomination. Marylanders will have to make a decision between Palombi and Steny Hoyer in the fall.
In the Fourth district, Glenn Ivey defeated Donna Edwards in a very passionate race. The battle was the most costly (in terms of advertisements) in terms of congressional primaries in Maryland this year. Jeff Warner secured the GOP nomination.
As for Maryland's next attorney general, polls show Anthony Brown, a congressman who represents parts of Anne Arundel County and Prince George's County, is projected to win the Democratic nomination. Voters will have to choose either Michael Peroutka or Brown for the attorney general position.
David Blair is leading the incumbent Marc Elrich in the Democratic county executive race, and on the Republican side: Reardon Sullivan seems to have at least 2,000 more votes than Shelly Skolnick.
And Angela Alsobrooks, the first woman to be elected county executive for Prince George's County, is on her way to a second term. Voters selected the former PG County state's attorney over Moisette Sweat, Leigh Bodden, and two others.
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