Live coverage from The Baltimore Sun Media Group from polling places around Maryland as voters turn out to elect, among other things, a president, a senator and a new Baltimore mayor. We follow updates across Maryland, and around the nation, focusing on the local school board races and ballot questions, to the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Democratic former Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown on Tuesday won a seat in the House of Representatives from the state's 4th Congressional District — and a measure of political redemption after his upset loss to Republican Larry Hogan in the 2014 gubernatorial election.
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Democratic state Sen. Jamie Raskin, a law professor who has emerged as a leading voice for progressive causes in Annapolis, won a seat in the House of Representatives from the state's 8th Congressional District on Tuesday.
State Sen. Catherine E. Pugh was overwhelmingly elected Baltimore's mayor Tuesday. The Democrat will lead a city enjoying a development boom in some areas, but suffering from a shocking level of violence and persistent poverty in others.
Vacancies in the offices of Maryland comptroller and attorney general will be filled by members of the last party to win election for those offices under a state constitutional amendment approved by voters Tuesday.