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Voters headed to the polls Tuesday to choose their nominees to replace retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski and to fill the congressional seats left open by two contenders hoping to succeed her on Capitol Hill.

Additionally, voters chose candidates for several board of education races in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties. Baltimore primary voters made their picks for mayor and city council. Incumbent Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake did not seeking re-election.Here are unofficial primary election results for Maryland congressional races and select local races.

Senate Republican Party U.S. Senate

Chris Chaffee – 13.7 percent

Sean P. Connor – 5.7 percent

Richard J. Douglas – 7.5 percent

John R. Graziani  – 4.4 percent

Greg Holmes – 4.2 percent

Joseph David Hooe – 2 percent

Chrys Kefalas – 9.6 percent

Mark McNicholas – 2.6 percent

Lynn Richardson – 5.4 percent

Anthony Seda – 1 percent

Richard Shawver – 0.8 percent

Kathy Szeliga – 36 percent – winner

Dave Wallace – 6.1 percent

Garry Thomas Yarrington – 0.8 percent

Senate Democratic Party

Freddie Donald Dickson Jr. – 1.6 percent

Donna F. Edwards – 38.9 percent

Ralph Jaffe – 0.8 percent

Theresa C. Scaldaferri – 1.5 percent

Charles U. Smith – 0.9 percent

Violet Staley – 1.1 percent

Blaine Taylor – 0.7 percent

Ed Tinus – 0.3 percent

Chris Van Hollen – 53.3 percent – winner

Lih Young – 0.9 percent

U.S. House

District 4 Republican Party

Robert “Bro” Broadus – 16.4 percent

Rob Buck – 11.4 percent

George E. McDermott – 46.2 percent – winner

David Therrien – 26 percent

District 4 Democratic Party

Anthony G. Brown – 41.6 percent – winner

Warren Christopher – 3.5 percent

Matthew Fogg – 1.2 percent

Glenn F. Ivey – 34.1 percent

Joseline Pena-Melnyk – 19 percent

Terence Strait – 0.7 percent

District 8 Republican Party

Dan Cox – 45 percent – winner

Jeffrey W. Jones – 20 percent

Liz Matory – 15.4 percent

Aryeh Shudofsky – 7 percent

Shelly Skolnick – 12.5 percent

District 8 Democratic Party

David M. Anderson – 1.1 percent

Kumar P. Barve – 2.3 percent

Dan Bolling – 0.5 percent

Ana Sol Gutierrez – 5.5 percent

William Jawando –  4.7 percent

Kathleen Matthews – 24 percent

Jamie Raskin – 34 percent – winner

Joel Rubin – 1 percent

David Trone – 27 percent


Final results for other House races around the state.

District 1 Republican Party

Jonathan Marvin Goff – 6 percent

Andy Harris* – 78 percent – winner

Sean M. Jackson – 4.8 percent

Michael D. Smigiel Sr. – 11 percent

District 1 Democratic Party

Jim Ireton – 48 percent

Joe Werner – 52 percent – winner

District 2 Republican Party

Bill Heine – 8 percent

Carl H. Magee Jr. – 10.5 percent

Pat McDonough – 72 percent – winner

Yuripzy Morgan – 5.5 percent

Mark Gerard Shell – 4 percent

District 2 Democratic Party

C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger* – 100 percent  – winner

District 3 Republican Party

Thomas E. “Pinkston” Harris – 37 percent

Mark Plaster – 63 percent – winner

District 3 Democratic Party

John Rea – 13 percent

John Sarbanes* – 87 percent – winner

District 5 Republican Party

Mark Arness – 53 percent

Charles Sam Faddis -47 percent

District 5 Democratic Party

Kristin Beck – 12 percent

Steny H. Hoyer* – 76 percent – winner

Debbie F. Wilson – 12 percent

District 6 Republican Party

Terry L. Baker – 23 percent

Scott Cheng – 3.7 percent

Robin Ficker – 11.3 percent

Amie Hoeber – 29.3 percent – winner

Frank Howard – 17 percent

Christopher James Mason – 4 percent

Harold Painter – 1.8 percent

David E. Vogt III – 9.5 percent

District 6 Democratic Party

John K. Delaney* – 85 percent – winner

Tony Puca – 15 percent

District 7 Republican Party (too close to call)

Ray Bly – 17 percent

William T. Newton – 41.6 percent

Corrogan R. Vaughn – 41.4 percent

District 7 Democratic Party

Elijah Cummings* – 92 percent – winner

Adrian Petrus – 8 percent


Local races

Montgomery County Board of Education

At-Large (264 out of 276 precincts reporting)

(Vote for 1 – top 2 advance to the general election)

Jeanette Dixon – 31  percent

Mike Ibanez  – 11 percent

Sebastian Johnson – 18 percent

Phil Kauffman* – 28 percent

Gwendolyn Love Kimbrough – 12 percent

Prince George’s County Board of Education (280 out of 285 precincts reporting)

District 5

(Vote for 1 – top 2 advance to the general election)

Raaheela Ahmed – 36 percent

Jeana Jacobs – 31 percent

Robert Johnson – 23 percent

Cheryl Landis – 10 percent

District 8

(Vote for 1 – top 2 advance to the general election)

Edward Burroughs – 60 percent

Carlton C. Carter – 25 percent

Stephanie Hinton – 15 percent

source:  WTOP.com