2024 Maryland Primary Live Results


Election Date May 14, 2024
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On this Page Primary results for President, U.S. Senate, U.S. House


U.S. Senate

Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin is retiring. The entrance of popular former Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, and his strong showing in some initial polling, has pushed what was seen as a safe Democratic seat at least somewhat onto the competitive map. Whether that remains the case, given the deep blue lean of the state, is up in the air.

highly competitive primary exists on the Democratic side. While there are 10 candidates on the ballot, this is a two-person race between Angela Alsobrooks and Rep. David Trone (MD-06).

Although he has six opponents on the primary ballot, Hogan is expected to win the Republican nomination.

U.S. House

Two Democratic incumbents are retiring while a third runs for U.S. Senate.

District Party Comments
2 D There are six candidates on the ballot in District 2. Retiring Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger has endorsed Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski, who seems likely to win the nomination over his main challenger, State Del. Harry Bhandari.
3 D The District 3 field is massive, with over 20 candidates on the ballot. The frontrunners appear to be Harry Dunn and State Sen. Sarah Elfreth. Dunn is a former U.S. Capitol officer who gained fame defending the building during the January 6 attack.
6 D There are 15 candidates on the Democratic ballot, although three have withdrawn. Establishment favorite April McClain Delaney and State Del. Joe Vogel appear to have the best shot at the nomination.
6 R Notables on the Republican primary ballot include former State Delegates Dan Cox and Neil Parrott. Cox was the Republican nominee for Governor in 2022, while Parrott was Trone's opponent in the last two elections.

Consolidated U.S. House Races

These next two tables include all congressional primaries; select 'Change Race' to choose a district.


Next election is in 2026