Representative in Congress – Congressional District 06 – Primary Results

Maryland 6th

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Maryland Congress 6th Primary Results

Comments – No surprises in this race. John Delaney ran unopposed. Dan Bongino was expected to win big and he did not disappoint getting over 83% of the Republican votes. So this sets up a Delaney vs Bongino matchup in November. As previously reported Dan Bongino holds a significant technology outreach advantage and he may need every bit of it. Independents and getting out the vote may very well decide this race in the end.

Interested in the May technology evaluation of this race? Check it out here:  http://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/2014/05/31/representative-in-congress-congressional-district-06-may-technology-scorecard/

Scott E

Anne Arundel County Executive – Primary Results

Anne Arundel Logo

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

AACE Primary Results

Comments – George Johnson ran unopposed so not much to say about that side of the race. The Republican side of the race was a different story. Neuman and Schuh were pretty tough on each other at times and the race turned out to be pretty close. Steve Schuh won by less than 3,000 votes. Based on the total number of votes cast the General Election could be closer than I originally anticipated. Steve Schuh holds a significant technology outreach advantage over George Johnson and reaching out to independents will be important between now and November.

Interested in the June evaluation of this race? Click here:  http://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/2014/06/01/anne-arundel-county-executive-june-technology-scorecard/

Scott E

Howard County Executive – Primary Results

Photo credit: Luke Lavoie @LukeHoCoTimes

Photo credit: Luke Lavoie
@LukeHoCoTimes

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Primary Results Howard County Executive

Comments – No real story here. Neither candidate was challenged in the Primary so both move forward. These are two of my favorite candidates in the state. They are both excellent at utilizing technology for outreach to potential voters. The voter numbers above would indicate that Courtney Watson would be considered the favorite but I do like the approach that the Allen Kittleman team is using reaching out to Democrats and Independents. They will need a great many of those voters in November. I will be sure to keep a close eye on this race going forward.

Want to see the last evaluation of this race? Click here: http://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/2014/05/26/howard-county-executive-may-technology-scorecard/

Scott E #HoCoPolitics

Newly Elected Howard County Democratic Central Committee

Howard County Democrats

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Howard County Democratic Central Committee

Executive Committee

Chair - Abby Hendrix

Vice-Chairs - Candace Dodson-Reed & Deanna Peel

Treasurer - Greg Jennings

Corresponding Secretary - Ethel B. Hill

Recording Secretary - Marcia White

Committee Members

  • Sue Geckle
  • Melody Higgins
  • Kathy Macfarlane
  • Jan Oliver
  • Nayab Siddiqui
  • Patricia C. Thomas

Interested in the May Technology Outreach Scorecard for this race? You can view it here: http://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/2014/05/25/howard-county-democratic-central-committee-may-technology-scorecard/ (Note – make sure to look in the comments of the post for additional social media links).

Want to learn more about this central committee? Check it out here:  http://www.howardcountydems.com/

Scott E #HoCoPolitics

Maryland State Delegate – District 12 – Primary Results

Howard County Districts

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Primary Results Delegate 12

Comments – It was great to see that the two candidates that received the most votes were on my technology outreach leader list (Lam and Hill). Ebersole was well deserving of his third place finish. I was a little disappointed that Stewart (also on my technology outreach leader list) finished in fifth. I really liked what he was doing with his online outreach effort. All three Republicans get through uncontested. Based on the total number of votes cast and the overall technology outreach I give the Democrats a significant advantage going into November. I look forward to seeing if the Republican candidates step it up now that the Primary is over.

Interested in the June Technology Outreach Scorecard? Check it out here: http://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/2014/06/22/maryland-state-delegate-district-12-june-technology-scorecard/

Scott E #HoCoPolitics

Maryland State Senate – District 4 – Primary Results

Senate District 4

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Primary Results Senate 4

Comments – Dan Rupli ran unopposed so not much to report on that side of the race. The real story of this race was David Brinkley challenged by Michael Hough. It was not a big surprise that Michael Hough won but the margin of victory was a bit of surprise to me. I really thought it would be a closer race. Michael Hough holds a SIGNIFICANT technology outreach advantage and given the voter turnout in the Primary Election one would have to assume that he holds a significant advantage going into November.

You can view that last scorecard evaluation here:  http://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/2014/06/14/maryland-state-senate-district-4-june-technology-scorecard/

Scott E

Maryland State Senate – District 12 and 13 – Primary Results

Senate 12

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Primary Results Senate 12

Comments – Neither candidate had a primary challenger so not much drama here. Based on the votes received one would have to think that Kasemeyer has a significant advantage going into November.

Senate 13

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Primary Results Senate 13

Comments – Similar to District 12, neither candidate face a primary opponent. Guy Guzzone has to be considered a significant favorite going into November based on the votes received in the Primary.

You can view the last technology outreach scorecard here: http://scottesoftware.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/maryland-state-senate-district-12-and-13-may-technology-scorecard/

Scott E #HoCoPolitics 

Maryland State Delegate – District 9A – Primary Results

Howard County Districts

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Primary Results District 9A

Comments – For the Democrats, no real drama here as Carson and Morrow both advance. For the Republicans, well this was the real story of this Primary. Delegate Miller lead all vote getters on the GOP side (no real surprise there). The race really came down to the second place position. It turned out to be a very close race between Trent Kittleman and Frank Mirabile with Kittleman coming out on top by a slim 60 vote margin (so far). To be honest I was happy to see this result (based on various social media comments from the Mirabile accounts). Going forward you would have to say that the GOP candidates have the advantage but the independent voters could decide this race if they come out in November.

Delegate Miller was one of the Delegates that voted against the Labor and Employment – User Name and Password Privacy Protection and Exclusions bill in 2012. In a future post I will write a more detailed analysis about this bill and why it is important.

Click here to view the June Technology Scorecard

Click here to view the June Technology Scorecard

Scott E #HoCoPolitics

Maryland State Senate – District 9 – Primary Results

Maryland State Senate D9 Candidates

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Primary Results Senate D9Comments – For the Democrats, I had been saying that from a technology outreach perspective that the difference between the two candidates did not warrant selecting an outright leader. The voting would seem to indicate that my evaluation was pretty correct. A very close race separated by less than 300 votes. Congrats to Ryan Frederic on the Primary win. I am looking forward to watching his campaign going forward. For the Republicans, Gail Bates ran unopposed. If you look at the overall vote total you have to believe that Ryan Frederic may have a slight advantage but getting out the vote and winning over independents will be important for both candidates.

Delegate Bates was one of the Delegates that voted against the Labor and Employment – User Name and Password Privacy Protection and Exclusions bill in 2012. I will write a more detailed analysis about this bill and why it is important in a future post.

Click here to view the June Technology Scorecard

Click here to view the June Technology Scorecard

Scott E #HoCoPolitics

Maryland State Delegate – District 9B – Primary Results

District 9B

 

Here are the results of the Primary Election on June 24th

Primary Results Delegate 9B

Comments – For the Democrats, Tom Coale wins by a significant margin. It is nice to see the power of positive campaigning and a strong social media outreach strategy pay off in the end. For the Republicans, Bob Flanagan takes the win. This was a bit of a surprise to me. I really liked what Carol Loveless was doing with her online outreach strategy. I look forward to continuing this review going forward. I believe Tom will remain quite active online reaching out to potential voters. I hope to see more outreach from Bob going forward.

Click here to view the June Technology Scorecard

Click here to view the June Technology Scorecard

Scott E