The stage for November's General Election will soon be set, as the 2018 Maryland Primaries took place June 26.
The marquee contest on the ballot is the Democratic Gubernatorial Race, in which eight candidates are fighting to separate from the pack and take on the incumbent Republican Governor Larry Hogan. With his next closest competitor Rushern Baker conceding, former NAACP President Ben Jealous captured the Democratic Gubernatorial Primary.
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At roughly 9:30 p.m., the Associated Press called the Democratic Primary race for one of Maryland's two United States Senate seats for incumbent Ben Cardin.
In Baltimore City, the State's Attorney's race heated up as election day drew near. Incumbent Marilyn Mosby, was able to hang on to her seat over challengers Thiru Vignarajah and Ivan Bates in the Democratic Primary, advancing unopposed in the November election.
Results may be difficult to track as the night goes on following a computer glitch at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration might affect thousands of potential voters.
In Baltimore County, a field of Democratic and Republican competitors are trying to make it through to November and earn the County Executive seat vacated by Kevin Kamenetz, who was in the midst of campaigning for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination when he suddenly passed away in early May.