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Official Election Results: Maryland Primary Election 2020

Posted at 9:00 PM, Jun 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-15 15:35:02-04

Maryland's primary election took place on Tuesday, June 2.

On June 15, Baltimore City's Board of Elections officially signed the canvass papers making the election official.

Baltimore City

Brandon Scott wins the Democratic Baltimore City Mayoral race with 43,927 votes (29.6%), followed by Sheila Dixon with 40,792 votes (27.5%). Shannon Wright wins the Republican nomination with 1,630 votes (29.1%).

Nick Mosby wins the Democratic Baltimore City Council President's race with 55,424 votes (40.2%) followed by Shannon Sneed with 40,474 votes (29.4%). Jovani M. Patterson wins the Republican nomination and was unopposed.

Bill Henry wins the race for Baltimore City Comptroller with 74,135 votes (54.7%) over Incumbent, Joan M. Pratt (61,388 votes -- 45.3%). No Republican candidate ran.

Zeke Cohen wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 1 with 6,336 votes (66.5%) over Paris Bienert (3,191 -- 33.5%). No Republican candidate ran.

Danielle McCray wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 2 with 5,607 votes (59.1%). Brendon Joyner-El wins the Republican nomination and was unopposed.

Incumbent Ryan Dorsey wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 3 with 6,704 votes (58.4%) followed by Rain Pryor with 4,149 votes (36.1%). David Marshall Wright wins the Republican nomination and was unopposed.

Mark Conway wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 4 with 3,405 votes (28.2%) followed by Logan Endow with 3,184 votes (26.3%). No Republican candidate ran.

Incumbent Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer wins the Democratic nomination for Baltimore City Council District 5 with 7,923 votes (63.1%). Maria Mandela Vismale wins the Republican nomination and was unopposed.

Sharon Green Middleton wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 6 with 6,195 votes (64.2%). Michelle Y. Andrews wins the Republican nomination and was unopposed.

James Torrence wins the Democratic nomination for Baltimore City Council District 7 with 3,276 votes (35.8%). Christopher M. Anderson wins the Republican nomination and was unopposed.

Kristerfer Burnett wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 8 with 6,613 votes (62.7%). No Republican candidate ran.

John T. Bullock wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 9 with 4,235 votes (66.2%). No Republican candidate ran.

Phylicia Porter wins the the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 10 with 1,689 votes (32%). Michael W. Nolet wins the Republican nomination with 420 votes (88.8%).

Eric Costello wins the Democratic nomination for Baltimore City Council District 11. He was unopposed and no Republican candidate ran.

Robert Stokes, Sr. wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 12 with 3,180 votes (40.4%). Eugene Z. Boikai wins the Republican nomination and was unopposed.

Antonio "Tony" Glover wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 13 with 2,830 votes (35.8%). No Republican candidate ran.

Odette Ramos wins the Democratic race for Baltimore City Council District 14 with 7,352 votes (64.9%). Charles A. Long wins the Republican nomination and is unopposed.

Federal Elections

Joe Biden wins the Democratic presidential primary in Maryland.

Donald Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Maryland.

Andy Harris wins Republican nomination for U.S. House in Maryland's 1st congressional district.

Steny Hoyer wins Democratic nomination for U.S. House in Maryland's 5th congressional district.