Midterms Live results

By Tara Golshan and Ryan Mark
Updated

Maryland results for every midterm race

In Maryland, Democrats are trying to wipe out the few, but notable, Republican-held seats in the state as they try to unseat the state’s popular Gov. Larry Hogan and flip the state’s only Republican-held congressional seat.

If they succeed, Democrats will have elected the state’s first African-American governor in Ben Jealous, a progressive who’s previously served as president of the NAACP. That said, Jealous is still facing a major uphill battle against Hogan, a popular moderate Republican who has maintained a double-digit lead in the polls throughout this election cycle.

And Jealous isn’t the only Democrat with a near-insurmountable challenge in November. On Maryland’s eastern shore, Jesse Colvin, a former US Army Ranger, is trying to win a heavily gerrymandered district represented by ultra-conservative Rep. Andy Harris. Colvin is running a boots-on-the-ground campaign to try to convince Maryland’s most conservative district to vote for his brand of centrism.

The state heavily favors Democrats, who control both chambers of the legislature by comfortable margins. The entire state legislature is on the ballot today.

President Donald Trump is heavily unpopular in this blue state, with a sky-high 60 percent disapproval rating, according to Morning Consult.

Maryland US Senate

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM Ben Cardin 1,391,241 64%
GOP Tony Campbell 673,419 31%
OTH Neal Simon (Unaffiliated Party) 81,384 4%
LIB Arvin Vohra 21,603 1%
1,991 of 1,991 (100%) precincts reporting, 2,167,647 total votes

Maryland US House 1

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
GOP Andrew P Harris 180,477 60%
DEM Jesse Colvin 113,050 38%
LIB Jenica Martin 5,568 2%
297 of 297 (100%) precincts reporting, 299,095 total votes

Maryland US House 2

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger 159,042 66%
GOP Liz Matory 75,092 31%
LIB Michael Carney 4,999 2%
GRN Guy Mimoun 2,708 1%
220 of 224 (98%) precincts reporting, 241,841 total votes

Maryland US House 3

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM John Sarbanes 189,815 69%
GOP Charles Anthony 79,580 29%
LIB David Lashar 7,053 3%
248 of 251 (99%) precincts reporting, 276,448 total votes

Maryland US House 4

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM Anthony G. Brown 197,439 78%
GOP George E. McDermott 51,687 20%
LIB David Bishop 5,060 2%
261 of 262 (100%) precincts reporting, 254,186 total votes

Maryland US House 5

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM Steny Hoyer 204,043 70%
GOP William Devine III 80,229 28%
GRN Patrick Elder 3,823 1%
LIB Jacob Pulcher 3,403 1%
234 of 235 (100%) precincts reporting, 291,498 total votes

Maryland US House 6

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM David Trone 148,593 58%
GOP Amie Hoeber 100,819 39%
LIB Kevin Caldwell 4,689 2%
GRN George Gluck 2,986 1%
242 of 242 (100%) precincts reporting, 257,087 total votes

Maryland US House 7

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM Elijah Cummings 190,312 76%
GOP Richmond Davis 54,357 22%
LIB David Griggs 5,509 2%
313 of 315 (99%) precincts reporting, 250,178 total votes

Maryland US House 8

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM Jamie Raskin 195,940 67%
GOP John Walsh 91,958 31%
LIB Jasen Wunder 4,555 2%
206 of 206 (100%) precincts reporting, 292,453 total votes

Maryland Governor

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
GOP Larry Hogan 1,222,925 56%
DEM Ben Jealous 928,461 43%
LIB Shawn Quinn 12,369 1%
GRN Ian Schlakman 10,321 0%
1,991 of 1,991 (100%) precincts reporting, 2,174,076 total votes

Maryland State Referendum MD Question 2

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
Affirmative 1,363,400 67%
No 669,174 33%