July 19, 2018

It ain’t over. We all knew it wasn’t, maybe some hoped it was, but we all knew it wasn’t.

   The 2018 Democratic Primary race for Montgomery County Executive came down to just 80 votes, with Councilmember Marc Elrich being declared the winner. On Thursday afternoon, the political newcomer David Blair...

July 9, 2018

Last week after the Primary Election on I received an email from a reader whose daughter had just taken part in the most important civic duty for a citizen of the United States — she voted.

   While many in Montgomery County sat out the Primary Election and didn’t vote at all and the result is a Demo...

July 9, 2018

The absentee ballots, the provisional ballots, the early voting ballots, and the election day ballots are finally tallied and longtime Montgomery County Councilmember Marc Elrich has won the Democratic Primary Election by a margin of just 80 votes, over political newcomer David Blair.

   After almost...

July 6, 2018

Two veteran campaigners will face off in November for the Congressional seat being vacated by current Representative John Delaney (MD-6), who is running for the Democratic nomination for president in the 2020 election.

   Businessman David Trone will be the Democratic candidate, while on the Republic...

July 3, 2018

The top two vote-getters in last week’s primary election for the Board of Education At-Large seat were Julie Reiley and Karla Silvestre. The will face off in the November General Election for the spot on the Board being vacated by Jill Ortman-Fouse. Reiley and Silvestre beat out six other candidates...

July 2, 2018

As the County waits for the results of last week’s election in the County Executive race, things got a lot more interesting Monday, as longtime Democratic Councilmember Nancy Floreen filed an Intent to Declare Candidacy with the Maryland Board of Elections to run for County Executive in the November...

June 29, 2018

The District 15 November General Elections to Maryland State Delegates will see six people vying for the three Delegate seat from the Germantown area district.

   In District 15, the top three vote-getters were incumbents Kathleen Dumais, David Fraser-Hidalgo, and newcomer Lily Qi. Incumbent Aruna Mi...

June 29, 2018

The results of District 39 Primary Elections mean that there could be at least two new Maryland State Delegates from the Germantown area in the next Maryland House Legislative session.

   In District 39, incumbent State Delegate Shane Robinson was defeated. The top three vote-getters were newcomers L...

June 29, 2018

The race for Montgomery County Executive is still very close after the first round of absentee ballots were counted by the Montgomery County Board of Elections.

   Marc Elrich remains the leader, but the lead is shrinking. After election night on Tuesday, the Democratic Primary Election resulted in a...

June 28, 2018

Incumbent Councilmember Craig Rice easily won the Democratic nomination to seek a third and final term as the Council representative from District 2 in Tuesday’s primary election.

   In November, Rice will face Republican challenger Ed Amatetti who defeated two other Republican hopefuls on Tuesday....

June 27, 2018

In what a Germantown Pulse Editorial said was “the most important election for the Germantown area ever,” the UpCounty’s last best hope for second resident voice on the County Council finished just out of the money in Tuesday’s Democratic Primary Election for four At-Large Seats on the Council. Germ...

June 27, 2018

The Montgomery County Board of Elections wishes to remind voters that the unofficial results released on the Board’s website on election night contain only those votes cast during Early Voting and in the polling places on Election Day. The Board must still process absentee and provisional ballots.


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