2014 general election results

November 15, 2014

Photo courtesy Caroline Selle.

Updated on November 15 at 2:58 p.m.

The results of the November 4 election (rounded to the nearest percentage) were as follows:

MD Governor: 51% for Larry Hogan (R)

MD Comptroller: 63% for Peter Franchot (D)

MD Attorney General: 56% for Brian Frosh (D)

MD U.S. House District 4: 70% for Donna Edwards (D)

MD State House District 22 (three seats): 32% for Tawanna Gaines (D), 31% for Alonzo Washington (D), and 30% for Anne Healy (D).

MD State House District 47A (two seats): 52% for Diana Fennell (D) and 41% for James Tarlau (D)

MD State House District 47B (one seat): 99% for Will Campos (D)

MD PG County Executive: 99% for Rushern Baker (D)

MD PG County Councilmanic District 2: 99% for Deni Taveras (D)

MD Question 1 – Transportation Trust Funds: 82% for

MD Question 2 – Special Election: 81% for

MD PG County Question A – Public Safety Facilities Bonds: 84% for

MD PG County Question B – Library Facilities Bonds: 84% for

MD PG County Question C – Community College Facilities Bonds: 84% for

MD PG County Question D – County Buildings Bonds: 74% for

MD PG County Question E – Public Works and Transportation Facilities Bonds: 86% for

MD PG County Question F – Proposed Charter Amendment to clarify that general obligation bonds shall be in serial and/or term form: 87% for

MD PG County Question G – Proposed Charter Amendment to provide that immediately upon a vacancy in the Office of the County Executive, the Chief Administrative Officer shall become the Acting County Executive until a County Executive is chosen by the methods established in this Section of the Charter: 88% for

MD PG County Question H – Proposed Charter Amendment to change the number of designated newspapers of record from three to one or more; and to designate two or more primary sources of County maintained electronic media available to the public for publication and transmission of official County notices: 74% for

MD PG County Question I – Proposed Charter Amendment to include disability and sexual orientation as additional bases of prohibited discrimination in the County personnel system: 82% for

MD PG County Question J – Term Limits: 51% Against

Board of Elections

Board of Education District 3: To Be Determined

50.24% for Dinora Hernandez, 49.42% for Amber Waller

The four final ballots were counted on November 14. Two absentee votes for Waller put her at 49.92 percent and two votes for Hernandez put her at 50.24 percent. A total of 97 votes separated the two candidates. According to the Prince George’s County Board of Elections, Waller has three days to request a recount. The Hyattsville Life & Times will have the latest results.

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