List of Candidates in November 2018 (and June 2018) in Montgomery County, Maryland

Introduction This list was compiled by Paul M. Bessel. My email address for any additions, changes, or corrections to this list of candidates is paul@paulbessel.com

This list was last updated Thursday, July 5, 2018, at about 7pm.

Latest Change: Added to top of list those who will be on ballots in November 2018. Left primary candidates on list further down.

Dates of Elections in 2018

The Primary election will be on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. The General election will be on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

What is in this list?

This list has all candidates who, as far as I know, will be on the ballots in November 2018.

Finding Out Your Voting Information

You can easily find out which districts you live in, who currently represents you, and who is running for office and will be on the ballot when you vote, at the Maryland Board of Elections website at  https://voterservices.elections.maryland.gov/VoterSearch

Finding Information about Candidates

The League of Women Voters is a well-respected source of information about  candidates. You can find their information for this year’s election at http://www.vote411.org/

Endorsements

I don’t think that endorsements tell voters much, as voters usually don’t know how the endorsements were arrived at, and many candidates have said some endorsement processes are unfair. Still, if you want to see a chart of all endorsement, a good one is at http://www.theseventhstate.com/?p=10625

Table of Contents

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U.S. Senator for Maryland

2012 General Election Results – Maryland

Margin of victory – difference in votes of winner vs. loser

Cardin got 1,474,028 votes and Bongino got 693,291 votes

Margin = 780,737 – 52%

General Election Results – Maryland

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Prov Total Percent
Ben Cardin Winner Selected
Dem 283,225 1,054,173 136,630 1,474,028 56.0%
Daniel Bongino
Rep 87,972 554,958 50,361 693,291 26.3%
Dean Ahmad
Lib 3,190 26,180 2,882 32,252 1.2%
S. Rob Sobhani
Unaff 46,847 363,320 20,767 430,934 16.4%

 

Candidates in 2018 – U.S. Senator from Maryland

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Ben Cardin (Incumbent) bencardin.com Democrat
2 Tony Campbell
Republican
3 Arvin Vohra Libertarian

Congress district 3

Candidates in 2018 for Congress – Maryland district 3

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 John Sarbanes (Incumbent) johnsarbanes.com Democrat
2 Tony Campbell Republican

 

Congress district 6

Results in 2016 General Election

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Amie Hoeber
Rep 26,663 97,267 9,151 133,081 40.1%
John K. Delaney Winner Selected
Dem 60,035 107,453 18,282 185,770 56.0%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of winner vs. loser Delaney got 185,770 votes and Hoeber got 133.081 votes Margin = 52,689 – 28.4% Candidates in 2018 for Congress – Maryland district 6

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 David Trone davidtrone.com Democrat
2 Amie Hoeber amieformayland.com Republican
3 George Gluck georgegluck.com Green
4 Kevin Caldwell electkevincaldwell.com Libertarian
15 David Howser howserforcongress.com Libertarian  
16 Ted Athey tedathey.com Unaffiliated

 

Congress district 8

Candidates in 2018 for Congress – Maryland district 8

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
Jamie Raskin (Incumbent) jamieraskin.com Democrat
3 Summer Spring Democrat
John Walsh Republican
Jason Wunder Libertarian

Governor

2014 General Election results

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Brown/ Ulman
Dem 164,219 608,476 46,195 818,890 47.2%
Hogan/ Rutherford Winner Selected
Rep 136,781 710,854 36,765 884,400 51.0%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of winner vs. loser Hogan got 818,890 votes and Brown got 6993,291 votes Margin = 65,510 – 7.4% Candidates for Maryland Governor in 2018

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
Ben Jealous for Gov. & Susan Turnbull for Lt. Gov. benjealous.com Democrat
Larry Hogan for Gov. & Boyd Rutherford for Lt. Gov. larryhogan.com Republican
12 Ian Schlakman for Gov. & Annie Chambers for Lt. Gov. Green
13 Shawn Quinn for Gov. & Christina Smith for Lt. Gov. Libertarian

Attorney General

Candidates for Maryland Attorney General in 2018

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Brian Frosh (Incumbent) brianfrosh.com Democrat  
2 Craig Wolf Republican  

Comptroller

Candidates for Maryland Comptroller in 2018

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Peter Franchot (Incumbent) franchot.com Democrat
2 Anjali Reed Phukan Republican

State Senate district 14

Candidates in 2018 for Maryland State Senate district 14

# Name Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Craig Zucker (Incumbent) www.craigzucker.com Democrat
2 Robert Drozd www.drozdformaryland.com Republican

State Senate district 15

Candidates in 2018 for Maryland State Senate district 15

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Brian Feldman (Incumbent) brianjfeldman.com Democrat
David Wilson davidwilsonforsenate.com Republican

State Senate district 16

Candidates in 2018 for Maryland State Senate district 16

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Susan Lee (Incumbent) susanleeforsenate.com Democrat
2 Marcus Alzona MarcusAlzona.com Republican

State Senate district 17

Candidates in 2018 for Maryland State Senate district 17

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Cheryl Kagan (Incumbent) cherylkagan.org Democrat

State Senate district 18

2014 Primary Election results State Senator Legislative District 18

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Dana Beyer
Dem 824 4,089 325 5,238 41.7%
Richard Madaleno Winner Selected
Dem 1,355 5,497 468 7,320 58.3%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of winner vs. loser Madaleno got 7,320 votes and Beyer got 5,238 votes Margin = 2,082 – 28.4% Candidates in 2018 for Maryland State Senate district 18

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
Jeff Waldstreicher jeffwaldstreicher.com Democrat

State Senate district 19

Candidates in 2018 for Maryland State Senate district 19

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Ben Kramer
benkramer.org
Democrat
2 David Jeang
davidjeang4md.wordpress.com
Green

State Senate district 20

Candidates in 2018 for Maryland State Senate district 20

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Will Smith (Incumbent) willsmithformaryland.com Democrat
2 Dwight Patel dwightformaryland.com Republican
3 Vardly E. St.Preux Unaffiliated  

State Senate district 39

Candidates in 2018 for Maryland State Senate district 39

# Name Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Nancy King (Incumbent) friendsofnancyking.com Democrat
2 Al Phillips Republican

State Delegate district 14 (3 elected)

2014 Primary Election results House of Delegates Legislative District 14

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Anne R. Kaiser Winner Selected
Dem 1,891 6,033 411 8,335 32.5%
Eric Luedtke Winner Selected
Dem 1,545 4,769 333 6,647 25.9%
Valerie A. Nia Shell
Dem 598 2,014 151 2,763 10.8%
Craig J. Zucker Winner Selected
Dem 1,818 5,733 371 7,922 30.9%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Luedtke got 6,647 votes and Shell got 2,763 votes Margin = 3,884 – 58.4% Candidates in 2018 for Maryland House of Delegates district 14

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Anne Kaiser (Incumbent) annekaiser.com Democrat
2 Eric Luedtke (Incumbent) ericluedtke.com Democrat
3 Pam Queen (Incumbent) pamelaqueen.com Democrat
Kevin Dorrance Republican
6 Patricia Fenati patfenati.com Republican
7 Michael A. Ostroff Republican  

State Delegate district 15 (3 elected)

2014 Primary Election results House of Delegates Legislative District 15

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Kathleen Dumais Winner Selected
Dem 1,019 4,796 341 6,156 30.6%
David Fraser-Hidalgo Winner Selected
Dem 732 3,485 230 4,447 22.1%
Aruna Miller Winner Selected
Dem 982 4,455 311 5,748 28.6%
Bennett Rushkoff
Dem 640 2,899 215 3,754 18.7%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Fraser-Hidalgo got 4,447 votes and Rushkoff got 3,754 votes Margin = 693 – 15.6% Candidates in 2018 for Maryland House of Delegates district 15

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
Kathleen Dumais (Incumbent) kathleendumais.info Democrat
3 David Fraser-Hidalgo (Incumbent) fraserfor15.org Democrat
Lily Qi lilyqi.com Democrat
Laurie Halverson lauriehalversonfordelegate.com Republican
11 Harvey Jacobs jacobs4md.com Republican
12 Marc A. King Republican

State Delegate district 16 (3 elected)

2014 Primary Election Results House of Delegates Legislative District 16

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Jordan P. Cooper
Dem 310 2,317 207 2,834 7.2%
Peter Dennis
Dem 111 945 119 1,175 3.0%
Bill Frick Winner Selected
Dem 1,020 7,179 889 9,088 23.2%
Hrant Jamgochian
Dem 818 4,659 528 6,005 15.3%
Ariana Kelly Winner Selected
Dem 1,156 7,957 932 10,045 25.6%
Marc Korman Winner Selected
Dem 994 6,766 794 8,554 21.8%
Karen Kuker-Kihl
Dem 80 643 86 809 2.1%
Gareth E. Murray
Dem 78 556 49 683 1.7%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Korman got 8,554 votes and Jamgochian got 6,005 votes Margin = 2,559 – 30.0% Candidates in 2018 for Maryland House of Delegates district 16

# Name & Website Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
Ariana Kelly (Incumbent) delegatearianakelly.com Democrat
5 Marc Korman (Incumbent) marckorman.com Democrat
7 Sara Love saralove2018.com Democrat
8 Samir Paul samirpaul.com Democrat
 9 Bill Day Republican

State Delegate district 17 (3 elected)

2014 Primary Election results House of Delegates Legislative District 17

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Kumar P. Barve Winner Selected
Dem 1,094 4,273 382 5,749 25.4%
Jim Gilchrist Winner Selected
Dem 844 3,424 331 4,599 20.3%
Susan Hoffmann
Dem 782 3,378 349 4,509 19.9%
Andrew Platt Winner Selected
Dem 837 3,453 306 4,596 20.3%
Laurie-Anne Sayles
Dem 427 1,806 176 2,409 10.6%
George Zamora
Dem 123 615 60 798 3.5%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Platt got 4,596 votes and Hoffman got 4,509 votes Margin = 87 – 1.9% Candidates in 2018 for Maryland House of Delegates district 17

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
Kumar Barve (Incumbent) kumarbarve.com Democrat
3 Jim Gilchrist (Incumbent) Democrat
Julie Palakovich Carr juliepalakovichcarr.com Democrat
George Ivan Hernandez Republican

State Delegate district 18 (3 elected)

2014 Primary Election results House of Delegates Legislative District 18

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Al Carr Winner Selected
Dem 1,161 4,866 410 6,437 19.1%
Natali Fani-Gonzalez
Dem 483 2,133 142 2,758 8.2%
Ana Sol Gutierrez Winner Selected
Dem 1,268 5,475 438 7,181 21.3%
Rick Kessler
Dem 601 2,983 234 3,818 11.3%
Elizabeth Matory
Dem 443 1,804 142 2,389 7.1%
Emily Shetty
Dem 672 2,937 250 3,859 11.4%
Jeff Waldstreicher Winner Selected
Dem 1,310 5,540 453 7,303 21.6%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Carr got 6,437 votes and Shetty got 3,859 votes Margin = 2,578 – 40.0% Candidates in 2018 for Maryland House of Delegates district 18

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Al Carr (Incumbent) alcarr.org Democrat
Emily Shetty emilyshetty.com Democrat
8 Jared Solomon solomonformd.com Democrat
9 Linda Willard Republican
10 Jon Cook Green

State Delegate district 19 (3 elected)

2014 Primary Election results House of Delegates Legislative District 19

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Paul Bardack
Dem 585 2,876 218 3,679 12.8%
Melodye A. Berry
Dem 239 902 97 1,238 4.3%
Charlotte Crutchfield
Dem 967 3,264 281 4,512 15.7%
Bonnie Cullison Winner Selected
Dem 1,199 4,681 399 6,279 21.8%
Ben Kramer Winner Selected
Dem 1,570 6,140 486 8,196 28.5%
Marice I. Morales Winner Selected
Dem 970 3,663 261 4,894 17.0%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Morales got 4,894 votes and Crutchfield got 4,512 votes Margin = 382 – 7.8% Candidates in 2018 for Maryland House of Delegates district 19

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
Charlotte Crutchfield voteforcharlotte.com Democrat
3 Bonnie Cullison (Incumbent) cullisonformaryland.com Democrat
Marice Morales (Incumbent) maricemorales.com Democrat
6 Vaughn Stewart vaughnformaryland.com Democrat
Helen Domenici Republican
10 Dave Pasti pastifordelegate.com Republican
11 Martha Schaerr Republican

State Delegate district 20 (3 elected)

2014 Primary Election Results House of Delegates Legislative District 20

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Justin W. Chappell
Dem 295 731 50 1,076 2.9%
Sheila E. Hixson Winner Selected
Dem 2,157 6,484 494 9,135 24.5%
D’Juan Hopewell
Dem 167 577 34 778 2.1%
Will Jawando
Dem 1,472 3,854 294 5,620 15.1%
David Moon Winner Selected
Dem 1,727 4,806 426 6,959 18.7%
Jonathan Shurberg
Dem 668 2,185 144 2,997 8.0%
Will Smith Winner Selected
Dem 1,708 4,001 297 6,006 16.1%
Darian Unger
Dem 1,152 2,910 234 4,296 11.5%
George Zokle
Dem 101 275 21 397 1.1%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Smith got 6,006 votes and Jawando got 5,625 votes Margin = 181 – 3.0% Candidates in 2018 for Maryland House of Delegates district 20

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
Lorig Charkoudian lorigd20.com Democrat
David Moon (Incumbent) davidmoon.us Democrat
Jheanelle Wilkins (Incumbent) jheanellewilkins.com Democrat

State Delegate district 39 (3 elected)

2014 Primary Election results House of Delegates Legislative District 39

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Charles Barkley Winner Selected
Dem 896 3,769 231 4,896 35.0%
Kirill Reznik Winner Selected
Dem 848 3,453 217 4,518 32.3%
Shane Robinson Winner Selected
Dem 854 3,504 228 4,586 32.8%

Candidates in 2018 for Maryland House of Delegates district 39

# Name & Website Party  # Votes & Percent
1 Gabriel Acevero gabrielacevero.org Democrat
Lesley Lopez lopezformaryland.com Democrat
5 Kirill Reznik (Incumbent) reznikformaryland.com Democrat
Verelyn Gibbs Watson VerelynForMaryland.com Republican

County Executive

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Executive

# Name & Website Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
David T. Blair blairformontgomery.com Democrat
3 Marc Elrich marcelrich.org Democrat Using public financing, Certified
7 Robin Ficker robindeliversforyou.com Republican

 

County Council At Large (4 elected)

2014 Primary Election results House of Delegates County Council At Large

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Beth Daly
Dem 7,541 29,479 2,622 39,642 14.6%
Marc Elrich Winner Selected
Dem 10,710 43,029 3,824 57,563 21.2%
Nancy M. Floreen Winner Selected
Dem 9,804 39,626 3,494 52,924 19.5%
George L. Leventhal Winner Selected
Dem 8,660 34,469 3,157 46,286 17.0%
Vivian Malloy
Dem 5,284 18,738 1,577 25,599 9.4%
Hans Riemer Winner Selected
Dem 9,501 37,277 3,154 49,932 18.4%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Leventhal got 46,286 votes and Daly got 39,642 votes Margin = 6,644 – 14.4%

County Council At Large – Filed

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Council At Large

# Name Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
1 Gabe Albornoz gabeforcouncil.com Democrat Using public financing, Certified
Evan Glass evanglass.com Democrat Using Public financing, Certified
Will Jawando willjawando.com Democrat Using public financing, Certified
Hans Riemer (Incumbent) hansriemer.com Democrat Using public financing, Certified
Robert Dyer Republican
35 Chris P. Fiotes, Jr. Republican
36 Penny Musser Republican
37 Shelly Skolnick Republican
38 Tim Willard timforcouncil.org Green

 

County Council District 1

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Council district 1

# Name & Website Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
Andrew Friedson andrewfriedson.com Democrat
Richard Banach Republican

County Council District 2

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Council district 2

# Name & Website Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
Craig Rice (Incumbent) Democrat
4 Ed Ametetti edametetti.com Republican Using public financing, Certified

County Council District 3

Results in 2014 Primary election

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Guled Kassim
Dem 78 384 32 494 3.3%
Sidney A. Katz Winner Selected
Dem 1,047 4,588 454 6,089 41.0%
Tom Moore
Dem 733 3,828 359 4,920 33.1%
Ryan Spiegel
Dem 627 2,464 250 3,341 22.5%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Katz got 6,089 votes and Moore got 4,920 votes Margin = 1,169 – 19.2% Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Council district 3

# Name & Website Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
1 Sidney Katz (Incumbent) sidneykatz.com Democrat Using public financing, Certified

County Council District 4

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Council district 4

# Name & Website Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
Nancy Navarro nancynavarro.org Democrat Using public financing, Certified

County Council District 5

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Council district 5

# Name Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
Tom Hucker (Incumbent) tomhucker.com Democrat

Board of Education

Although candidates for Board of Education are divided into At Large and Districts, every voter in MoCo votes in all the Board of Education races. The districts exist only to insure that members of the Board of Education do not all come from the same part of the County.

A video showing a candidate forum for the candidates for Board of Education can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbYEtWZ0XHA&feature=youtu.be

Board of Education At Large

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Board of Education At Large

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
Julie Reiley Non-Partisan
Karla Silvestre Non-Partisan

Board of Education District 1

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Board of Education from district 1

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Maria Blaeuer Non-Partisan
2 Judith Docca (Incumbent) Non-Partisan

Board of Education District 3

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Board of Education from district 3

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Lynn Amano Non-Partisan
2 Pat O’Neill (Incumbent) Non-Partisan

Board of Education District 5

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Board of Education from district 5

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
Brenda Wolff Non-Partisan

MoCo State’s Attorney

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County State’s Attorney

# Name & Website Party # Votes & Percent
1 John McCarthy (Incumbent) johnmccarthy.us Democrat

MoCo Clerk of the Circuit Court

2014 Primary Election results

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Alan Bowser
Dem 4,702 19,142 1,455 25,299 39.0%
Barbara H. Meiklejohn Winner Selected
Dem 7,765 28,960 2,908 39,633 61.0%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Meiklejohn got 39,633 votes and Bowser got 25,299 votes Margin = 14,334 – 36.2% Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Clerk of the Court

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
Barbara H. Meiklejohn (Incumbent) Democrat

MoCo Register of Wills

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Register of Wills

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Joseph M. Griffin (Incumbent) Democrat
2  Dolores Reyes Republican

MoCo Sheriff

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Sheriff

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Darren Mark Popkin (Incumbent) darrenpopkinforsheriff.com Democrat
2 Jae Hwang jaeforsheriff.com Republican

Judge of the Circuit Court, Montgomery County

Candidates in 2018 for Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Circuit Court Judges in Maryland serve for one year, after which they must run in nonpartisan elections if they wish to continue serving. The judge may be opposed by qualified members of the bar. The successful candidates are elected to a 15 year term. At the expiration of the term, the judge may run again. The election of Circuit Court Judges is a partisan election. The office appears on the Democratic and Republican primary election ballots. However, a Democratic or Republican candidate may file and appear on both the Democratic and Republican primary ballots. The candidates who receive the majority of votes in each of the primaries will move on to the general election ballot (but their party affiliation will not be specified) and will face any petition candidates or non-principal political party candidates who have received their party’s nomination. In 2018 there are 8 candidates for 7 seats. The 7 current Judges are running on the “Elect Sitting Judges” slate. The one who is not an incumbent is challenging them.

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Judge James A. Bonifant (Incumbent) electsittingjudgesmcs.com Non-Partisan
2 Judge Jeannie E. Cho (Incumbent) electsittingjudgesmcs.com Non-Partisan
3 Judge Jill R. Cummins (Incumbent) electsittingjudgesmcs.com Non-Partisan
4 Judge Debra L. Dwyer (Incumbent) electsittingjudgesmcs.com Non-Partisan
5 Judge Kevin G. Hessler (Incumbent) electsittingjudgesmcs.com Non-Partisan
6 Judge David W. Lease (Incumbent) electsittingjudgesmcs.com Non-Partisan
Judge Margaret M. Schweitzer (Incumbent) electsittingjudgesmcs.com Non-Partisan

 

Democratic Central Committee At Large

2014 Primary election results
Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absent / Provis Total Percent
Darrell Anderson Winner Selected
Dem 6,822 26,063 2,004 34,889 10.5%
Steve Boliek
Dem 4,120 16,841 1,329 22,290 6.7%
Chris Bradbury Winner Selected
Dem 6,741 25,681 2,024 34,446 10.3%
Natalia Farrar Winner Selected
Dem 6,469 25,224 2,006 33,699 10.1%
Marjorie Goldman Winner Selected
Dem 8,289 31,729 2,601 42,619 12.8%
Johntel Greene Winner Selected
Dem 5,368 19,457 1,591 26,416 7.9%
Michael Gruenberg Winner Selected
Dem 5,964 23,342 1,764 31,070 9.3%
Dave Kunes
Dem 5,206 18,885 1,494 25,585 7.7%
Pavel Sukhobok
Dem 3,296 13,136 943 17,375 5.2%
Kevin Walling Winner Selected
Dem 5,599 21,392 1,704 28,695 8.6%
Erin Yeagley Winner Selected
Dem 7,142 26,902 2,204 36,248 10.9%

Margin of victory – difference in votes of lowest winner vs. highest loser Greene got 26,416 votes and Kunes got 25,585 votes Margin = 831 – 3.1%

Democratic Central Committee Female At Large (4)

Note: Members of the Central Committee are now elected and listed separately by male and female.  This is a change from the past. It will insure gender balance while keeping the Central Committee at 24.

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female At Large

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Marjorie Goldman (Incumbent) Democrat
2 Laura Henderson Democrat

 

3 Martine Lanney Democrat  
4 Marie Mapes (Incumbent) Democrat
5 Michelle Ngwafon Democrat
6 Judith Ann Stephenson Democrat  

Democratic Central Committee Male At Large (4)

Note: Members of the Central Committee are now elected and listed separately by male and female.  This is a change from the past. It will insure gender balance while keeping the Central Committee at 24.

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male At Large

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Darrell Anderson (Incumbent) Democrat
2 Andy Aviles Democrat
3 Chris Bradbury (Incumbent) Democrat
4 Juan Cardenas (Incumbent) Democrat
5 Justin W. Chappell Democrat
6 Ed Fischman Democrat
7 Scott Goldberg (Incumbent) votescott.org Democrat
8 Dave Kunes (Incumbent) Democrat
9 Erwin Rose Democrat
10 Gabriel Sorrel Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Female District 14 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female district 14

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Mabrouka (Mimi) Hassanein (Incumbent) Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Female District 15 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female district 15

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Linda K. Foley Democratic

Democratic Central Committee Female District 16 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female district 16

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
Sarah Wolek Democrat

 Democratic Central Committee Female District 17 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female district 17

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
Jennifer G. Hosey Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Female District 18 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female district 18

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Jazmin Moral Democratic

Democratic Central Committee Female District 19 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female district 19

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
Samantha Jones Democratic

Democratic Central Committee Female District 20 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female district 20

# Name & Website Party # Votes & Percent
 1 Pamela Francine Luckett  Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Female District 39 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Female district 39

# Name & Website Party # Votes & Percent
1 Suzi Kaplan (Incumbent) Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Male District 14 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male district 14

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1  Arthur Edmonds (Incumbent) Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Male District 15 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male district 15

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
 1 Greg Wims (Incumbent) votegregwims.com  Democratic  

 Democratic Central Committee Male District 16 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male district 16

# Name Party Status/Notes # Votes & Percent
1 Jordan Cooper Democrat Also running for Delegate district 16

Democratic Central Committee Male District 17 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male district 17

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Matthew Lee Democrat
2 Cameron Rhode Democrat
3 Brian Gene Walton  Democrat  

Democratic Central Committee Male District 18 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male district 18

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
1 Aaron Kaufman (Incumbent) electaaronkaufman.com Democrat
 2  Michael Tardiff Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Male District 19 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male district 19

# Name Party # Votes & Percent
Harold Diamond (incumbent) Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Male District 20 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male district 20

# Name & Website Party # Votes & Percent
 1 George Neighbors georgeneighbors.com  Democrat

Democratic Central Committee Male District 39 (1 elected)

Candidates in 2018 for MCDCC Male district 39

# Name & Website Party # Votes & Percent
 1 Mumin Barre (Incumbent) Democrat  

 

 

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