In Anne Arundel County, the State Board of Elections reports the following
unofficial results for the County Council. According to the results, four incumbent council members will return for another term of office beginning January 2015, and they will be joined by three freshmen to the Council.
Pete Smith. Photo courtesy of Friends of Pete Smith.
In District 1,
Pete Smith earned 50.4% of the vote, beating Bill Heine‘s 49.5%, to win the seat vacated by Councilmember Jones.
John J. Grasso. Photo courtesy of Anne Arundel County Council.
In District 2, incumbent
Councilmember Grasso earned 53% of the vote to beat challenger Andy Werner‘s 42.5%.
Derek Fink. Photo courtesy of Anne Arundel County Council.
In District 3, incumbent
Councilmember Fink earned 73.1% of the vote to beat challenger Theresa Belinda Martin’s 26.7%.
Andrew Pruski. Photo courtesy of friends of Andrew Pruski.
In District 4,
Andrew C. Pruski earned 57% of the vote to beat E. “Chik'” Anyanwu’s 42.8% in the seat vacated by Councilmember Benoit.
Michael Anthony Peroutka. Photo courtesy of Peroutka for Council.
In District 5,
Michael Anthony Peroutka earned 52.9% of the vote to beat Patrick Armstrong‘s 46.4% to win the seat vacated by Councilmember Ladd.
Chris Trumbauer. Photo courtesy of Anne Arundel County Council.
In District 6, incumbent
Councilmember Trumbauer earned 51.1% of the vote to beat challenger Dean D’Camera‘s 48.8%.
Jerry Walker. Photo courtesy of Anne Arundel County Council.
In District 7 incumbent
Councilmember Walker earned 98.2% of the vote in an uncontested race.
Percentages are accurate as of 7:30am November 5, 2014.