Except for the results at the top of the ticket, Montgomery County continues to have 100 percent Democratic elected officials.
Incumbent County Executive Isiah Leggett (D), 154,957, 65.3%
Republican challenger Jim Shalleck, 81,157, 34.2%
Potomac residents are represented by the District 1 county councilmember and the four at-large councilmembers. The incumbent Democrats in all of these positions won their primary elections.
COUNCIL DISTRICT 1
Voters choose one candidate.
Incumbent Roger Berliner (D-1), 41,264, 68.29%
Republican challenger Jim Kirkland, 19,072, 31.56%
COUNTY COUNCIL AT LARGE
Incumbents won the top four slots and will continue to serve on County Council.
- Marc Elrich (D-at large), 149,612
- Nancy Floreen (D-at large), 147,705
- George Leventhal (D-at large), 140,165
- Han Riemer (D-at large), 132,818
- Shelly Skolnick (R), 76,010
- Robert Dyer (R), 75,404
- Chris P. Fiotes Jr. (R), 68,179
- Adol T. Owen-Williams II (R), 62,227
- Tim Willard (Green), 20,836
Montgomery County State’s Attorney
Incumbent Democrat John McCarthy, 161,123, 69.11%
Republican Dan Gaskill, 71.823, 30.81%
Montgomery County Board of Education
All voters will choose one candidate from each of the four districts.
There are seven members of the Montgomery County Board of Education, plus a student member. Two members serve at-large, while the other five members live in their geographic districts. But all members are elected county-wide by voters across the county, and serve staggered terms. Members of the Board of Education are non-partisan and elected without identifying as belonging to any political party.
This year, one at-large member and members of Districts 1, 3 and 5 are on the ballot.
Board of Education At Large, voters choose one of two:
Jill Ortman-Fouse, 88,748, 51.37%
Shebra Evans, 83,081, 48.09%
Board of Education District 1, voters choose one of two:
Judy Docca, 90,927, 54.66%
Kristin G. Trible, 74,759, 44.94%
Board of Education District 3, voters choose one of two:
Patricia O’Neill, 106,923, 62.8%
Laurie Halverson, 62,772, 36.87%
Board of Education District 5, voters choose one of two:
Mike Durso, 100,251, 61.32%
Larry Edmonds, 62,566, 38.27%
Potomac is divided between Maryland Congressional Districts 6 and 8.
Incumbent John K. Delaney (D), 89,318, 49.59%
Dan Bongino (R), 87,152, 48.39%
George Gluck, (Green), 3,503, 1.94%
Incumbent Chris Van Hollen (D), 127,260, 60.19%
Dave Wallace (R), 83.711, 39.59%
Voters will choose one ticket:
Larry Hogan and Boyd Rutherford (R) 847,107, 51.47%
Anthony Brown and Ken Ulman (D), 770,511, 46.82%
Shawn Quinn and Lorenzo Gaztanaga (Libertarian) 22,801, 1.45%
Brian Frosh (D), 884,054, 55.5%
Jeffrey N. Pritzker, 652,999, 40.99%
Leo W. Dymoswski, 53,891, 3.38%
Incumbent Peter Franchot (D) , 1,004,689, 62.46%
William H. Campbell (R), 601,344, 37.39%
State Delegates and Senators
Potomac is split between District 15 and 16. Each resident is represented by one state senator and three state delegates from their district. District 16 includes Bethesda, Chevy Chase and parts of Potomac.
District 15 Senate:
Brian Feldman (D), 18,538, 61.14%
Robin Ficker (R), 11,741, 38.72%
District 15 Delegate:
Top 3 represent District 15 in the House of Delegates:
Kathleen Dumais (D), 17,730 Aruna Miller (D), 16,804 David Fraser-Hidalgo (D), 16,141
Ed Edmundson (R), 11,701
Christine Thron (R), 11,596
Flynn Ficker (R), 11,131
District 16 Senate:
Susan Lee (D), 25,975, 69.77%
Meyer Marks (R), 11,205, 30.1%
District 16 Delegate:
Top 3 represent District 16 in the House of Delegates:
Bill Frick (D), 24,263 Marc Korman (D), 23,324 Ariana Kelly (D), 22,781
Rose Maria Li (R), 14,253
John Andrews (R), 10,862
Lynda del Castillo (R) 10,520