Maryland Re-elects Incumbent Congressional Representatives

All eight incumbent Maryland Congressional Representatives will retain their seats. 

Note: Vote totals or percentages in this article are based on unofficial results of the Maryland State Board of Elections as of 11:57 am Wednesday morning. Official results will follow in the days to come. To view the most up-to-date results, visit the Maryland State Board of Elections website.

In District 1, incumbent Andy Harris (R) fended off challenger Mia Mason (D). Harris won his seat with 67% of the votes. Harris was first elected to Congress in 2011.

In District 2, incumbent Dutch Ruppersberger (D) beat challenger Johnny Ray Salling (R) having won 65.8% of the votes. Salling currently represents District 6 in the Maryland State Senate. Ruppersberger was first elected to Congress in 2003.

In District 3, incumbent John Sarbanes (D) triumphed over challenger Charles Anthony (R). Sarbanes obtained 69.5% of the votes. Sarbanes was first elected to Congress in 2007.

In District 4, incumbent Anthony Brown (D) eclipsed challenger George McDermott (R). Brown was re-elected with 80.6% of the votes. Brown was first elected to Congress in 2017.

In District 5, incumbent Steny Hoyer (D) beat challenger Chris Palombi (R). Hoyer won his seat with 67% of the votes. Hoyer was first elected to Congress in 1981.

In District 6, incumbent David Trone (D) conquered challenger Neil Parrot (R). Parrot currently represents District 2A in the Maryland House of Delegates. Trone secured 55.2% of the votes. Trone was first elected to Congress in 2019.

In District, 7 incumbent Kweisi Mfume (D) was victorious over challenger Kim Klacik (R).  He obtained 71.1% of the votes. Mfume won a special election for the seat in June after the passing of Representative Elijah Cummings. He previously served in Congress representing the 7th District in the 1990s.

In District 8, incumbent Jamie Raskin (D) won against challenger Gregory Thomas Coll (R). Raskin secured 64.5% of the vote. He was first elected to Congress in 2017.

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 Maryland State Board of Elections website.

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