Unofficial 2018 Gubernatorial General Election Results for Calvert County

November 6, 2018


Governor / Lt. Governor

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Larry Hogan and Boyd K. Rutherford
Republican 6,176 21,923 0 28,099 76.0%
Ben Jealous and Susan Turnbull
Democratic 2,484 5,968 0 8,452 22.9%
Shawn Quinn and Christina Smith
Libertarian 51 237 0 288 0.8%
Ian Schlakman and Annie Chambers
Green 26 98 0 124 0.3%
Other Write-Ins
5 17 0 22 0.1%

 

Comptroller

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Anjali Reed Phukan
Republican 3,290 13,669 0 16,959 47.6%
Peter Franchot
Democratic 5,132 13,526 0 18,658 52.3%
Other Write-Ins
1 39 0 40 0.1%

 

Attorney General

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Craig Wolf
Republican 4,177 16,410 0 20,587 56.9%
Brian E. Frosh
Democratic 4,386 11,198 0 15,584 43.1%
Other Write-Ins
3 21 0 24 0.1%

 

U.S. Senator

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Tony Campbell
Republican 3,861 15,079 0 18,940 51.6%
Ben Cardin
Democratic 4,494 11,664 0 16,158 44.0%
Arvin Vohra
Libertarian 59 371 0 430 1.2%
Neal Simon
Unaffiliated 277 905 0 1,182 3.2%
Lih Young (Write In)
Democratic NR NR NR 0 0%
Michael B. Puskar (Write In)
Unaffiliated NR NR NR 0 0%
Edward Shlikas (Write In)
Unaffiliated NR NR NR 0 0%
Other Write-Ins
2 24 0 26 0.1%

 

Representative in Congress

District 5
Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
William A. Devine, III
Republican 3,746 14,336 0 18,082 49.1%
Steny H. Hoyer
Democratic 4,786 12,817 0 17,603 47.8%
Jacob Pulcher
Libertarian 86 523 0 609 1.7%
Patrick J. Elder
Green 111 375 0 486 1.3%
Johnny Rice (Write In)
Republican NR NR NR 0 0%
Other Write-Ins
10 36 0 46 0.1%

 

State Senator

District 27
Vote for 1

(18 of 18 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Jesse Allen Peed
Republican 3,379 11,678 0 15,057 51.7%
Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr.
Democratic 4,039 9,985 0 14,024 48.2%
Other Write-Ins
6 17 0 23 0.1%

 

District 29
Vote for 1

(5 of 5 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Jack Bailey
Republican 542 3,475 0 4,017 53.4%
Thomas Brewer
Democratic 698 2,793 0 3,491 46.4%
Other Write-Ins
3 13 0 16 0.2%

 

House of Delegates

District 27B
Vote for 1

(7 of 7 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Michael A. Thomas
Republican 1,536 5,448 0 6,984 62.9%
Michael A. Jackson
Democratic 1,203 2,914 0 4,117 37.1%
Other Write-Ins
2 5 0 7 0.1%

 

District 27C
Vote for 1

(11 of 11 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Mark N. Fisher
Republican 2,328 7,783 0 10,111 56.3%
Jason T. Fowler
Democratic 2,361 5,470 0 7,831 43.6%
Other Write-Ins
1 10 0 11 0.1%

 

District 29C
Vote for 1

(5 of 5 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Gerald W. “Jerry” Clark
Republican 522 3,355 0 3,877 51.3%
Julia Margaret Nichols
Democratic 731 2,925 0 3,656 48.4%
Other Write-Ins
5 13 0 18 0.2%

 

County Commissioner At Large

Vote for up to 2

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Earl “Buddy” Hance
Republican 4,401 16,180 0 20,581 32.6%
Steve Weems
Republican 3,729 13,348 0 17,077 27.1%
Matt Bennett
Democratic 3,698 9,743 0 13,441 21.3%
Greg Brown
Democratic 3,552 8,399 0 11,951 18.9%
Other Write-Ins
21 53 0 74 0.1%

 

County Commissioner

District 1
Vote for 1

(7 of 7 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Mike Hart
Republican 4,067 16,201 0 20,268 56.1%
Tricia V. Powell
Democratic 4,493 11,328 0 15,821 43.8%
Other Write-Ins
9 28 0 37 0.1%

 

District 2
Vote for 1

(8 of 8 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Thomas E. “Tim” Hutchins
Republican 3,873 15,255 0 19,128 52.7%
Susie Hance-Wells
Democratic 4,773 12,342 0 17,115 47.2%
Other Write-Ins
7 24 0 31 0.1%

 

District 3
Vote for 1

(8 of 8 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Kelly D. McConkey
Republican 3,934 15,858 0 19,792 55.0%
Holly Heintz Budd
Democratic 4,561 11,579 0 16,140 44.8%
Other Write-Ins
17 47 0 64 0.2%

 

Judge, Court of Special Appeals At Large

Donald E. Beachley
Vote Yes or No
For continuance in office

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Donald E. Beachley Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Yes 6,247 20,361 0 26,608 86.0%
No 951 3,368 0 4,319 14.0%

 

Matthew J. Fader
Vote Yes or No
For continuance in office

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Matthew J. Fader Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Yes 6,114 20,013 0 26,127 86.8%
No 842 3,116 0 3,958 13.2%

 

Treasurer

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Nova Tracy-Soper
Republican 6,471 22,605 0 29,076 97.8%
Other Write-Ins
175 491 0 666 2.2%

 

State’s Attorney

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Andrew S. Rappaport
Republican 6,166 22,247 0 28,413 97.3%
Other Write-Ins
239 554 0 793 2.7%

 

Clerk of the Circuit Court

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Kathy P. Smith
Democratic 6,707 20,440 0 27,147 97.2%
Other Write-Ins
131 648 0 779 2.8%

 

Register of Wills

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Mark S. Lynch
Republican 3,064 12,948 0 16,012 44.8%
Margaret H. Phipps
Democratic 5,476 14,208 0 19,684 55.1%
Other Write-Ins
2 15 0 17 0.0%

 

Judge of the Orphans’ Court

Vote for up to 3

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Leslie M. Downs
Republican 4,363 15,425 0 19,788 24.5%
Ted LeBlanc
Republican 3,799 13,346 0 17,145 21.2%
Derek Sabedra
Republican 2,898 10,346 0 13,244 16.4%
Tammy Fowler
Democratic 4,069 10,850 0 14,919 18.5%
Thomas M. Pelagatti
Democratic 4,446 11,048 0 15,494 19.2%
Other Write-Ins
43 130 0 173 0.2%

 

Sheriff

Vote for 1

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Mike Evans
Republican 4,755 16,938 0 21,693 60.2%
Michael A. Hawkins
Democratic 3,695 10,135 0 13,830 38.4%
Other Write-Ins
84 448 0 532 1.5%

 

Board of Education At Large

Vote for up to 2

(23 of 23 election day precincts reported)

Name Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Pamela L. Cousins
5,354 17,271 0 22,625 53.6%
William J. “Bill” Phalen
4,617 14,427 0 19,044 45.1%
Other Write-Ins
110 419 0 529 1.3%

2 Responses to Unofficial 2018 Gubernatorial General Election Results for Calvert County

  1. The Bottom Line on November 7, 2018 at 7:11 am

    We did our part and sent the message of “disgust” to the democrats for their total lack of performance in office – and worse, their criminal desperate attacks on the recent surge to repair the damages done by their legacy of lies, greed, and deception.

    Maryland is unfortunately run by these criminals, despite its current governor.

    There is no shame in our stand, even though no one in Annapolis or D.C. cares.

    But America loses – even in winning the senate – because the house is rotted away.

    With the dems controlling the house, nothing positive will be done.

    Dems have no plan of their own. They even stated that they only exist to obstruct the president’s agenda.

    They will lie, distract, smear, murder, destroy, and blaspheme to assure that nothing positive will be accomplished for America – unless they control it and profit from it.

    Evil spawn are the democrats. Yet their slave followers worship at their feet in ignorance, bolstered by the MSM. Now the battle rages on.

    God help America.

  2. Anonymous on November 11, 2018 at 6:53 am

    Congratulations voters of Calvert! Four more years of Evans and his policy of deputies running up and down Route 4 writing tickets all day while no one patrols our neighborhoods.