Bill Henry will be the next Baltimore City Comptroller.
Baltimore City Council Member Bill Henry (District 10) followed his primary win over incumbent Joan Pratt by garnering a large vote total in an unopposed general election race to be City Comptroller. Unofficial results from the State Board of Election show that more than 98 percent of voters cast their ballot for Henry, while less than 2 percent preferred to write in an alternative candidate. Henry had totaled 149,212 votes by the end of election night.
Vote totals and percentages in this article are based on unofficial results of the Maryland State Board of Elections as of 5:00 pm Wednesday. Official results will follow. Readers are advised that unofficial results are subject to realignment in the days ahead and official results will follow after a full accounting of pending ballots. To view the most up-to-date unofficial results, visit the State Board of Elections website.