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Maryland gubernatorial elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of elections for the position of Governor of Maryland since the American Civil War.

Winners are in bold and incumbents are denoted by asterisks.

Election results by year

2018

The 2018 Maryland gubernatorial election was held on November 6, 2018.

2014

The 2014 Maryland gubernatorial election was held on November 4, 2014.

2010

The 2010 Maryland gubernatorial election was held on November 2, 2010.

2006

2002

1998

1994

  • Parris N. Glendening / Kathleen Kennedy Townsend (D) - 708,094 (50.21%)
  • Ellen Sauerbrey / Paul Rappaport (R) - 702,101 (49.79%)

1990

1986

  • William Donald Schaefer / Melvin Steinberg (D) - 907,291 (82.37%)
  • Thomas J. Mooney / Melvin Bilal (R) - 194,185 (17.63%)

1982

1978

1974

1970

  • Marvin Mandel/ Blair Lee III (D) - 639,579 (65.73%)
  • C. Stanley Blair/ Herbert John "Jack" Miller, Jr. (R) - 314,336 (32.30%)
  • Robert Woods Merkle, Sr./ Elbert G. Miller (American) - 19,184 (1.97%)

1966

1962

1958

1954

1950

1946

  • William Preston Lane, Jr. (D) - 268,084 (54.73%)
  • Theodore R. McKeldin (R) - 221,752 (45.27%)

1942

1938

  • Herbert R. O'Conor (D) - 308,372 (54.62%)
  • Harry Whinna Nice (R)* - 242,095 (42.88%)
  • Herbert Brune (I) - 7,503 (1.33%)
  • Joshua C. Gwin (Union) - 4,249 (0.75%)
  • David W. Eyman (Socialist) - 941 (0.17%)
  • Robert Kadish (Labor) - 759 (0.13%)
  • Samuel Gordon (Communist) - 616 (0.11%)

1934

1930

  • Albert C. Ritchie (D)* - 283,639 (55.96%)
  • William F. Broening (R) - 216,864 (42.78%)
  • Elisabeth Gilman (Socialist) - 4,178 (0.82%)
  • Robert W. Stevens (Labor) - 1,358 (0.27%)
  • Samuel Parker (Communist) - 855 (0.17%)

1926

  • Albert C. Ritchie (D)* - 207,435 (57.93%)
  • Addison E. Mullikin (R) - 148,145 (41.37%)

1923

  • Albert C. Ritchie (D)* - 177,871 (55.97%)
  • Alexander Armstrong (R) - 137,471 (43.26%)

1919

  • Albert C. Ritchie (D) - 112,240 (49.06%)
  • Harry Whinna Nice (R) - 112,075 (48.99%)
  • Arthur L. Blessing (Socialist) - 2,799 (1.22%)

1915

1911

1907

1903

  • Edwin Warfield (D) - 108,548 (52.01%)
  • Stevenson A. Williams (R) - 95,923 (45.97%)
  • William Gisriel (Prohibition) - 2,913 (1.40%)

1899

1895

  • Lloyd Lowndes, Jr. (R) - 124,936 (54.06%)
  • John E. Hurst (D) - 106,169 (45.94%)

1891

  • Frank Brown (D) - 108,539 (58.06%)
  • William J. Vannort (R) - 78,388 (41.94%)

1887

1883

1879

1875

1871

1867

References

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