Tue June 24, 2014
Maryland held its Democratic and Republican primaries today.
Unofficial Results from the State Board of Elections (As of 11:55 p.m.)
Early voting results + 84.6% Precincts Reporting
Governor / Lt. Governor
Democratic Candidate Lt. Governor Anthony Brown Wins Nomination
The Baltimore Sun reports that Lt. Governor Anthony Brown claims victory in the Democratic nomination for governor.
NBC Washington reports that Lt. Governor Anthony Brown easily won.
Republican Candidate Larry Hogan Accepts Nomination
Washington Post reports via AP that Larry Hogan has won the Republican nomination for governor.
The Baltimore Sun reports a win for Larry Hogan after his closest competitor David R. Craig conceded defeat.
Democratic Candidate Brian Frosh Wins Nomination
The Baltimore Sun reports a win for state Sen. Brian Frosh over Baltimore County Del. Jon S. Cardin and state Del. Aisha N. Braveboy of Prince George's County.
The Washington Post reports that state Sen. Brian Frosh wins in a "come-from-behind victory".
For the most up to date results and results from other races, head to the Maryland State Board of Elections website.
If you missed WYPR's live coverage on primary night, check out the player below. Guests include WYPR reporters, Donn Worgs of Towson University and analyst Richard Cross, who blogs at Cross Purposes.