MARYLAND 10 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Maryland State Admin. Board of Election Laws)
Total Population, April 1, 2000                   5,296,486
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000              3,925,000    % change from '96 +3.3
Total Registration, Oct. 13, 2000               2,715,366
Dem. 1,547,117 (56.98%)   Rep. 805,894 (29.68%)   Lib. 4,021 (0.15%)   Grn. 973   Const. 57   Ref. 813   Decl. and Other 356,491 (13.13%)
Maryland has: 23 counties and Baltimore city.
Largest counties: Montgomery, Prince George's, Baltimore (county), Baltimore (city), Anne Arundel.

Government
Governor: Parris N. Glendening (D) re-elected to a second term in 1998.
State Legislature: Maryland General Assembly  House: 106D, 35R  Senate: 33D, 14R
Local: Cities, Towns and Communities Counties   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 4D, 4R - 1. W.Gilchrest (R) | 2. R.Ehrlich Jr. (R) | 3. B.Cardin (D) | 4. A.Wynn (D) | 5. S.Hoyer (D) | 6. R.Bartlett (R) | 7. E.Cummings (D) | 8. C.Morella (R).
U.S. Senate: Paul S. Sarbanes (D) up for re-election in 2000, Barbara Mikulski (D) re-elected in 1998. 
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature: No seats in either chamber were up.
U.S. House: All members re-elected.
U.S. Senate: Paul S. Sarbanes (D) re-elected.

The Free State
 

 State of Maryland
State Admin. Bd. of Elections
Secretary of State

MD Constitution Party
MD Democratic Party
MD Green Party
MD Libertarian Party
MD Reform Party
MD Republican Party
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General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.)..........966,207 (54.25)
Dole (Rep.)..............681,530 (38.27)
Perot (Ref.)..............115,812
 (6.50)
Others (3+w/ins).........17,321
(0.97)
Total........1,780,870

1992
Clinton (Dem.)..........988,571 (49.80)
Bush (Rep.).............707,094 (35.62)
Perot (.)..............281,414
 (14.18)
Others (2+w/ins)...........7,967
(0.40)
Total........1,985,046

Results
2000
+Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
1,140,782
(56.46)
Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
813,797
(40.28)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
5,310
(0.26)
Buchanan/Foster (Ref.)
4,248
(0.21)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
 53,768
(2.66)
Phillips/Frazier (Const.)
 919
(0.05)
Write-Ins
 1,656
 (0.08)
Total........2,020,480
Overview
Gore comfortably won Maryland's 10 electoral votes, gaining a plurality of 326,985 votes (16.18 percentage points).  Gore carried 6 counties and Baltimore City, while Bush won in 17 counties.
Notes: Seven political parties  filed with the State Board of Elections to be officially recognized in Maryland for the Nov. 2000 election. Six parties achieved this status and appeared on the ballot (the Natural Law Party failed to gain sufficient signatures).

 
Presidential Primary Election:   Tuesday, March 7, 2000
Republican Primary
Total Vote Percent
Gary Bauer
1,328
0.35%
+George W. Bush 211,439 56.23%
Steve Forbes
1,678
0.44%
Orrin Hatch
588
0.16%
Alan Keyes 25,020 6.65%
John McCain
135,981
36.16%
Total 376,034
Note: The Maryland Republican Party opened its presidential primary to independents for the first time in what was described as a "one-time" experiment.  According to news reports, almost 52,000 independents voted in the primary (16 percent of the total vote).

Total Delegates
31 of 2,066 (1.5%).
 
 

 

Democratic Primary
Total Vote Percent
Bill Bradley
144,387
28%
+Al Gore 341,630 67%
Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
4,510
1%
Uncommitted
 16,935
3%
Total 507,462

Total Pledged Delegates
68of 3,537 (1.9%).
Total Delegates
91of 4,335 (2.1%).
 

 

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