Maryland Primary Election 2022 Results: Olszewski, McDonough lead Baltimore County Executive race

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Maryland voted on Tuesday and many results from 2022’s primary election are still coming in.

In race for governor, Trump-endorsed Dan Cox (56.2%) led the Republican charge, defeating the Hogan-endorsed Kelly Schulz (40.3%).  On the Democrats’ side, Wes Moore (36.7%) leads Tom Perez (27.4%).

In the race for Baltimore County Executive, Johnny Olszewski (84.2%) defeated Adam Reuter (15.8%) on the Democrats’ side, while Pat McDonough (40.8%) led the Republicans.

In Baltimore County’s Fifth District, which includes the Nottingham area, Republican David Marks (80.5%) soundly defeated Philip DePalo (19.5%).  For the Democrats, Crystal Francis (67.4%) defeated Nick Johnson (32.6%).

“Thank you to the Republican voters in the Fifth District for once again entrusting me as their nominee for the Baltimore County Council,” said Councilman Marks. “I just received a concession statement from Phil DePalo. I very much appreciate his interest in public service and thank him for offering his perspective as a business owner on the Eastside.”

“Thank you also to our campaign workers who worked so hard on my behalf,” Marks concluded. “We are on a trajectory to receive more votes than both Democratic candidates combined. There will be a very clear choice this November as we continue to advance the type of bipartisanship, results, and independence so sorely needed in government today.”

Full election results are available online here.

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