2022 Maryland Primary Live Results
|July 19, 2022
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|Primary results for U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. House, General Assembly
Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen is seeking a 2nd term. He faces a nominal primary challenge. Ten Republicans are seeking their party's nomination. Regardless of who wins, Van Hollen will be a heavy favorite to be reelected in November.
Larry Hogan, the popular Republican incumbent, is term-limited. Four candidates are seeking the GOP nomination to succeed him. The frontrunners appear to be State Delegate Dan Cox and former State Secretary of Commerce Kelly Schulz. Donald Trump is backing Cox, while Hogan is supporting Schulz.
The Democratic primary is much more crowded, with nine active candidates on the ballot. Based on polling, The nominee is most likely to be either State Comptroller Peter Franchot, former non-profit CEO Wes Moore, or former Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez.
After a court threw out its initial plan, the General Assembly crafted a new map, which Gov. Larry Hogan signed in April.
|Anthony Brown is leaving this safely Democratic seat to seek the party's nomination for Attorney General. Nine candidates are looking to succeed Brown. However, it looks like this is a two-way race between former Rep. Donna Edwards and Glenn Ivey, a former State Attorney.
|Incumbent David Trone is seeking a 3rd term; he is expected to be renominated. However, redistricting has made his seat much more competitive in the general election. Six candidates are seeking the GOP nomination. The only one holding public office is State Delegate Neil Parrott. If Parrott wins, the general election will be a rematch of 2020, which Trone won by 20 percentage points. Another candidate, former reporter Matthew Foldi, has earned the endorsement of Hogan as well as GOP leaders Kevin McCarthy and Elise Stefanik.
Immediately below are individual results for the two primaries discussed above. Below that are party-specific tables with results for all of the state's eight districts. Change the active district by making a selection in the drop-down menu.
Democrats dominate the Maryland State Senate, holding 32 of 47 seats. Republicans hold the other 15. Members serve four-year terms.