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Local Results from the May 14, 2024 Elections

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Posted on: May 14, 2024

On May 14, 2024 people across Maryland flocked to the polls to vote in the state’s primary elections.

U.S. Senate candidate Angela Alsobrooks won the state Democratic primary, and, in Prince George’s County alone, earned 72% of the vote, with over 61,000 supporters.

Democrat Glenn Ivey easily beat out his three challengers from his party for his seat as a representative in the U.S. Congress for Maryland District 4, which includes Prince George’s County. Ivey had nearly 42,000 supporters.  No other candidate for his seat received 5,000 votes.

For the Prince George’s County school board, in District 1, which includes Laurel, Tiffini L. Andorful lead in the primary with nearly 4,000 supporters, compared to 1,800 voters who supported incumbent David Murray.

Sitting circuit court judges in Prince George’s County will continue to face a challenger, Michael Sheehan, in the general election. Sheehan won the Republican primary, in which 13,000 county residents voted, though he lost the Democratic primary, in which about 260,000 county voters participated.

Preliminary Prince George’s County results are available here.

Below are some currently reported local results for our region, courtesy of AP News.

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