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2010 Maryland General Assembly election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Maryland General Assembly elections of 2010 took place on November 2, 2010, to choose the Delegates and Senators of the Maryland General Assembly. The U.S. House election, 2010, U.S. Senate election, 2010, and Maryland gubernatorial election, 2010 occurred on the same day. All 47 seats in the State Senate and 141 seats in the House of Delegates were contested. Democrats successfully defended their current supermajorities in both chambers. In this article, legislative districts are organized geographically rather than by number for ease of locating a delegation.

In the primary election on September 14, 2010, a number of sitting Senators were challenged from within their own party. Five Senators lost their primary elections.

The following list was updated on June 17, 2010, using the candidate list from the Maryland State Board of Elections[1] as well as news sources and candidate websites.

Election winners, minor party candidates, and those running as write-ins are listed in bold.

Contents

Senate Elections

District Democratic Republican Write-Ins
1 George C. Edwards

30,012
99.28%

217

0.72%

2 Christopher B. Shank

21,319
70.90%

8,752

29.10%

3 Ronald N. Young

22,710
51.09%

Alex X. Mooney

21,666
48.74%

75

0.17%

House of Delegates Elections

Western Maryland

District 1A

This district covers Garrett County and a portion of southwest Allegany County, including Midland, Lonaconing, Barton, and Westernport.

Democratic

  • James R. "Smokey" Stanton[4]

Republican

Maryland General Assembly, District 1A General Election (2010)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Wendell R. Beitzel 8,840 72.61% +16.35%
Democratic James R. "Smokey" Stanton 3,317 27.25% -16.29%
Independent Others 17 0.14% -0.05%
Total votes 12,174 100
Republican hold
Margin of victory 5,523 45.36% +32.65%

District 1B

This district covers northwest and central Allegany County, including Frostburg and a portion of Cumberland.

Democratic

Maryland General Assembly, District 1B Democratic Primary (2010)
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Kevin Kelly 1,924 69.21
Democratic Kevin M. Shaffer 856 30.79
Total votes 2,780 100
Margin of victory 1,068 38.42

Republican

Maryland General Assembly, District 1B General Election (2010)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic Kevin Kelly 6,196 51.24% -4.41%
Republican Mary Beth Pirolozzi 5,885 48.67% +4.49%
Independent Others 12 0.10% -0.07%
Total votes 12,093 100
Democratic hold
Margin of victory 311 2.57% -8.91%

District 1C

This district covers the western part of Washington County, including Hancock.

Democratic

  • Ronald Lohr

Republican

Maryland General Assembly, District 1C General Election (2010)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican LeRoy Ellsworth Myers, Jr. 7,515 69.70% +12.47%
Democratic Ronald Lohr 3,245 30.10% -12.56%
Independent Others 22 0.20% +0.08%
Total votes 10,782 100
Republican hold
Margin of victory 4,270 39.60% +25.03%

District 2A

This district covers northeast Washington County, including Smithsburg and Williamsport.

Democratic

Republican

Maryland General Assembly, District 2A Republican Primary (2010)
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Andrew A. Serafini 2,672 53.13
Republican Denny Stouffer 1,231 24.48
Republican William Joseph Wivell 1,126 22.39
Total votes 5,029 100
Margin of victory 1,441 53.93
Maryland General Assembly, District 2A General Election (2010)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Andrew A. Serafini 9,725 71.01% N/A
Democratic Neil Becker 3,944 28.80% N/A
Independent Others 27 0.20% N/A
Total votes 13,696 100
Republican hold
Margin of victory 5,781 42.21% N/A

District 2B

This district covers southeast Washington County, including Funkstown, Boonsboro, Keedysville and Sharpsburg.

Democratic

  • Brien J. Poffenberger – President of the Hagerstown-Washington County Chamber of Commerce[9]

Republican

  • Ted Brennan[10]
  • Neil Parrott – tea party organizer and transportation engineering and planning firm owner [11]

Declined

Republican

Maryland General Assembly, District 2B Republican Primary (2010)
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Neil Parrott 3,199 81.13
Republican Ted Brennan 744 18.87
Total votes 3,943 100
Margin of victory 2,455 62.26%
Maryland General Assembly, District 2B General Election (2010)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican Neil Parrott 7,639 61.85% N/A
Democratic Brien J. Poffenberger 4,690 37.97% N/A
Independent Others 22 0.18% N/A
Total votes 12,351 100
Republican hold
Margin of victory 2,949 23.88% N/A

District 2C

This district covers Hagerstown, County Seat of Washington County.

Democratic

Republican

  • Cort Frederick Meinelschmidt[5]
Maryland General Assembly, District 2C General Election (2010)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Democratic John P. Donoghue 4,410 52.71% -2.83%
Republican Cort Frederick Meinelschmidt 3,926 46.93% -2.51%
Independent Others 30 0.36% +0.32%
Total votes 8,366 100
Democratic hold
Margin of victory 484 5.79% +0.00%

District 3A

This district represents central Frederick County, including Frederick.

Democratic

Republican

Declined

Democratic

District 3B

This district represents southern Frederick County, including Burkittsville and Brunswick, and a small portion of southeast Washington County.

Democratic

  • Paul Gilligan

Republican

District 4A

This district covers northern Frederick County, including Middletown, Myersville, New Market, Woodsboro, Thurmont, and Emmitsburg.

Democratic

  • Bonita Riffle Currey – nominated by the Frederick County Democratic Central Committee
  • Ryan P. Trout[7]

Republican

Unaffiliated

  • Scott L. Guenthner[21]

Withdrew

Republican

District 4B

This district covers western Carroll County, including Mount Airy, New Windsor, Union Bridge, and Taneytown and a portion of southeast Frederick County.

Democratic

  • Timothy Schlauch – business owner, defeated for delegate in 2006 by Del. Elliott, defeated for senator in 2002 by Sen. David Brinkley (R).[10]

Republican

District 5A

This district covers central and northeast Carroll County, including Westminster, Hampstead, and Manchester

Democratic

  • Sharon L. Baker – nominated by the Carroll County Democratic Central Committee
  • Francis X. Walsh – nominated by the Carroll County Democratic Central Committee

Republican

District 9B

This district covers southern Carroll County, including Sykesville.

Democratic

  • Anita Lombardi Riley

Republican

Baltimore County

District 5B

This district covers northern Baltimore County, including the Hereford zone.

Democratic

  • Pete Definbaugh

Republican

Libertarian

  • M. Justin Kinsey[30]

District 6

This district covers southeast Baltimore County, including Dundalk, Edgemere, and Essex.

Democratic

Republican

District 7

This district covers eastern and north central Baltimore County, including Middle River, Rossville, and Cockeysville and part of western Harford County.

Democratic

Republican

Declined

Republican

District 8

This east central Baltimore County district includes Overlea, Parkville, Carney, Rosedale, Hillendale, Perry Hall, and White Marsh.

Democratic

Republican

Declined Democratic

District 10

This western Baltimore County district includes Randallstown, Milford Mill, and Woodlawn.

Democratic

Republican

  • Jeanne L. Turnock – nominated by the Baltimore County Republican Central Committee

District 11

This northwest Baltimore County district includes all or parts of Pikesville, Reisterstown, Owings Mills, Stevenson, Garrison, Glyndon, Worthington, and Mays Chapel.

Democratic

Republican

Libertarian

District 12A

This district covers southeast Baltimore County, including Arbutus, Catonsville, Halethorpe, and Lansdowne

Democratic

Republican

  • David "Augie" Aughenbaugh[57]
  • Joseph D. "Joe" Hooe[58]
  • Brian A. Matulonis
  • Albert L. Nalley[59]

District 42

This central Baltimore County district includes all or parts of Towson, Timonium, Lutherville, Cockeysville, Pikesville, Rodgers Forge and Loch Raven.

Democratic

  • Lori Albin – Director of Legislative Affairs in the Maryland Public Defender's Office [60]
  • Oz Bengur – ran in the Democratic primary in the 3rd Congressional district in 2006 [61]
  • Art Buist[62]
  • David Kosak – community activist [63]
  • Stephen W. Lafferty – incumbent [64]

Republican

Howard County

District 9A

This district covers northern Howard County, including Ellicott City.

Democratic

  • Maryann Maher[69]
  • Jonathan Weinstein[17]

Republican

District 12B

This district covers part of western Howard County, including Columbia and Elkridge.

Democratic

District 13

This district covers the southern portion of Howard County, including Columbia, Clarksville, Fulton, Jessup, Savage-Guilford and North Laurel.

Democratic

Republican

Montgomery County

District 14

This district covers northeast Montgomery County including Burtonsville, Colesville, greater Olney, Laytonsville, Brookeville, Fairland and Damascus.

Democratic

Republican

  • Patricia A. Fenati[86]
  • Henry Kahwaty[87]
  • Maria Peña-Faustino

Declined Democratic

District 15

This western Montgomery County district includes Potomac, Poolesville, Barnesville, and portions of greater Germantown and Gaithersburg

Democratic

Republican

  • Sylvia J. Darrow[91]
  • Scott Graham – nominated by the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee
  • Matthew Mockerman

Libertarian

Declined Democratic

  • Craig L. Rice – incumbent, running for the Montgomery Council Council District 2 seat being vacated by Councilman Mike Knapp

District 16

This southern Montgomery County district includes Bethesda, North Bethesda, Glen Echo, and Somerset.

Democratic

  • John Adams
  • Charlie Chester[21]
  • Peter Dennis[92]
  • Bill Farley – Somerset Town Council Member, civil rights attorney [22]
  • Bill Frick – incumbent [23]
  • Scott Goldberg – Founder, Principal, and Broker of Streamline Management LLC,[24] and President of Montgomery County Young Democrats[www.GoldbergForDelegate.com]
  • Craig G. Herskowitz
  • Hrant Jamgochian – Director of Health Policy, United Way Worldwide [93]
  • Ariana Kelly – Environmental Health Campaign Director, MomsRising.org; Former Executive Director of NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland [94]
  • Susan C. Lee – incumbent [95]
  • Kyle Lierman[96]
  • Michael David Sriqui[97]
  • Mark Winston – lawyer, sought appointments in 2002 and 2007 that ultimately went to Del. Lee (D) and Del. Frick (D)[98]

Republican

  • Jeanne Allen[99]
  • Carol G. Bowis[100]
  • Meyer F. Marks – nominated by the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee [101]

Declined Democratic

District 17

This central Montgomery County district includes Rockville, Gaithersburg, and Garrett Park.

Democratic

Republican

  • Daniel R. Campos[103]
  • Craig Frick – nominated by the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee [104]
  • Josephine J. Wang[25]

District 18

This south central Montgomery County district includes Chevy Chase, Chevy Chase Village, North Chevy Chase, Chevy Chase View, Kensington, Martin's Additions and West Silver Spring.

Democratic

District 19

This central Montgomery County district includes parts of Silver Spring, Wheaton, Leisure World, Northwood/Four Corners, Aspen Hill, Kemp Mill, Olney, Derwood, Laytonsville, and unincorporated areas of Rockville and Gaithersburg.

Democratic

Republican

  • Tom Masser – nominated by the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee [26]
  • Linn Rivera[117]

Declined Democratic

District 20

This southeast Montgomery County district includes Takoma Park and parts of Silver Spring and Wheaton.

Democratic

District 39

This central Montgomery County district includes all or parts of Montgomery Village, Hadley Farms, Washington Grove, Flower Hill, Germantown, North Potomac, Darnestown and Derwood.

Democratic

Republican

Declined Democratic

Prince George's County

District 21

This district covers northwest Prince George's County, including Laurel, Adelphi, Langley Park, Beltsville and College Park, as well as part of northwest Anne Arundel County.

Democratic

Republican

  • Scott W. Dibiasio
  • Kat Nelson
  • Jason W. Papanikolas[132]

Libertarian

District 22

This district covers north central Prince George's County, including Greenbelt, New Carrollton, Hyattsville, and Riverdale Park.

Democratic

District 23A

This district covers eastern Prince George's County, including north Bowie.

Democratic

Republican

  • Margaret I. Moodie

Declined

Democratic

  • Gerron Levi – incumbent, running for Prince George's County Executive

District 23B

This district covers western Prince George's County, including south Bowie.

Democratic

District 24

This Prince George's County district straddles the west corner of Washington, D.C. and includes Fairmount Heights, Seat Pleasant, Capitol Heights, and Glenarden.

Democratic

Declined

Democratic

District 25

This district covers central Prince George's County, including District Heights, Walker Mill, Forestville and Morningside.

Democratic

District 26

This district covers southwest Prince George's County, including Oxon Hill-Glassmanor.

Democratic

District 27A

This district covers southern Prince George's County, including Upper Marlboro and Eagle Harbor, and a small portion of northwest Calvert County.

Democratic

Republican

  • Mike Hethmon[156]
  • Antoinette "Toni" Jarboe-Duley

District 47

This Prince George's County district straddles the Montgomery County and Washington, D.C. lines and includes Mount Rainier, Colmar Manor, Bladensburg, Cheverly, and Landover Hills.

Democratic

Republican

Declined

Democratic

Southern Maryland

District 27B

This district covers central Calvert County, including Prince Frederick, North Beach, and Chesapeake Beach.

Democratic

Republican

District 28

This district covers the majority of Charles County, including La Plata, Waldorf, Indian Head, and Port Tobacco Village.

Democratic

Republican

  • Kirk W. Bowie
  • Mike Phillips[174]
  • Daniel D. Richards – nominated by the Charles County Republican Central Committee

Declined

Democratic

District 29A

This district covers north and east Saint Mary's County, including Leonardtown, and a small section of eastern Charles County.

Democratic

Republican

District 29B

This district covers southern Saint Mary's County.

Democratic

Republican

District 29C

This district covers southern Calvert County, including Lusby, and a section of the Patuxent River watershed in Saint Mary's County.

Democratic

Republican

Libertarian

Anne Arundel County

District 21

see above in the Prince George's County section

District 30

This district covers east central Anne Arundel County, including Annapolis, Arnold, Highland Beach, Mayo, and Shady Side.

Democratic

Republican

District 31

This district covers northeast Anne Arundel County, including Glen Burnie and Pasadena.

Democratic

  • Jeremiah Chiappelli[44]
  • Robert L. Eckert
  • Stan Janor
  • Justin M. Towles[186]

Republican

Libertarian

  • Joshua Matthew Crandall[45]

Constitution

District 32

This district covers north central Anne Arundel County, including Linthicum, Fort Meade, Severn, and parts of Odenton.

Democratic

Republican

  • Stephanie A. Hodges[194]
  • George Law – initially filed to run as a Democrat [195]
  • Wayne Smith[196]
  • David P. Starr[197]
  • Derick D. Young[198]

District 33A

This district covers central Anne Arundel County, including Crofton and parts of Severna Park and Odenton.

Democratic

  • Madonna Brennan

Republican

Declined

Republican

District 33B

This district covers southern Anne Arundel County, including Riva and Herring Bay

Republican

Eastern Shore, Harford, and Cecil Counties

District 7

see above under Baltimore County

District 34A

This district covers southern Harford County, including Aberdeen and Havre de Grace, as well as a very small section along the Susquehanna River in western Cecil County.

Democratic

Republican

District 34B

This district covers northern Cecil County, including Perryville, Rising Sun, Port Deposit, North East, and Charlestown.

Democratic

Republican

  • Theodore A. Patterson[211]

Constitution

District 35A

This district covers northern Harford County.

Democratic

  • Joseph J. Gutierrez
  • John W. Jones[49]

Republican

District 35B

This district covers central Harford County, including Bel Air and Abingdon.

Democratic

  • John Janowich

Republican

District 36

This upper and middle Eastern Shore district covers eastern and southern Cecil County, including Elkton, all of Kent and Queen Anne's Counties, and northeast Caroline County, including Denton.

Democratic

Republican

Declined Republican

District 37A

This middle and lower Eastern Shore district covers parts of central Dorchester County, including parts of Cambridge and Hurlock, as well as parts of northern and central Wicomico County, including Hebron and parts of Salisbury.

Democratic

Republican

District 37B

This middle and lower Eastern Shore district covers the southwest portion of Caroline County, including Ridgely, Preston, and Federalsburg, all of Talbot County, most of Dorchester County except for parts in the central and northern parts, and western parts of Wicomico County, including Mardela Springs.

Democratic

Republican

District 38A

This lower Eastern Shore district covers all of Somerset County and a part of south central Wicomico County, including Fruitland.

Democratic

  • Michael K. McCready – Somerset County Commissioners President [50]

Republican

  • Julie D. Brewington[230]
  • John T. Cannon – Wicomico County Councilman-at-Large [231]
  • Charles James Otto[232]
  • John K. Phoebus – lawyer [51]

Declined

Republican

  • Carolyn Elmore – incumbent, appointed in 2010 following the death of her husband, Del. Page Elmore.

District 38B

This district covers Worcester County and the eastern portion of Wicomico County, including Pittsville, Willards, Delmar, and parts of Salisbury.

Democratic

Republican

Declined

Democratic

Baltimore City

District 40

This west central Baltimore City district includes Mondawmin, Reservoir Hill, Bolton Hill, Charles Village, Mount Vernon, Druid Hill Park, Central Park Heights, Hampden, and Roland Park.

Democratic

District 41

This northwest Baltimore City district includes Fallstaff, Cross County, Cheswolde, Mount Washington, Cross Keys, Coldspring, Woodberry, Glen, Pimlico, Howard Park, Edmondson Village, Westgate, and Allendale.

Democratic

Republican

  • Mark Ehrlichmann

District 43

This north Baltimore district includes Bellona-Gittings, Cedarcroft, Idlewood, Glen Oaks, Harford-Echodale, Loch Raven, Homeland, Mid-Govans, Hillen, Arcardia, Pen Lucy, Guilford, and Waverly.

Democratic

Declined

Democratic

District 44

This district covers West Baltimore, including Beechfield, Irvington, Saint Paul, Mount Winans, Lakeland, Morrell Park, Penrose, and Shipley Hall, and stretches into East Baltimore, including Middle East.

Democratic

Republican

  • Brian D. Jones
  • Trae Lewis

District 45

This district covers East Baltimore, including Woodring, Taylor Heights, Overlea, Rosemont East, Westfield, Glenham-Belford, Cedmont, Clifton Park, Belair-Edison, and Claremont-Freedom.

Democratic

Republican

Libertarian

  • Ronald M. Owens-Bey

District 46

This district covers South Baltimore, including Downtown, Inner Harbor, Pigtown, Federal Hill, Fells Point, and Canton.

Democratic

Republican

Declined

Democratic

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  39. ^ house of delegates, Friends of Diana Fennell Hyattsville, MD Home[permanent dead link]. Dianafennell.com (2010-09-14). Retrieved on 2011-06-18.
  40. ^ Official Website of Gary V. Hodge. Garyvhodge.com. Retrieved on 2011-06-18.
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