Who Won Maryland Elections in 2006?

Martin O'Malley
Date: 
Nov 7, 2006

In the 2006 Maryland election, incumbent Republican Governor Robert Ehrlich was defeated by Democratic challenger Martin O'Malley (pictured left). In a battle for an open Maryland senate seat Democrat Ben Cardin defeated Republican Michael Steele.

There were seven incumbent members of the House and all won re-election in 2006. The 3rd District of Maryland had an open seat which was taken fairly easily by Democrat John Sarbanes.

Governor
Winner
Governor Martin O'Malley DEM 52.7%
Senate
Winner
Senate Benjamin Cardin DEM 54.2%
House Of Representatives
Winner
1st District Wayne Gilchrest REP Incumbent 68.8%
2nd District C A "Dutch" Ruppersberger DEM Incumbent 69.2%
3rd District John Sarbanes DEM 64.0%
4th District Albert Wynn DEM Incumbent 80.7%
5th District Steny Hoyer DEM Incumbent 82.7%
6th District Roscoe Bartlett REP Incumbent 59.0%
7th District Elijah Cummings DEM Incumbent Unopposed
8th District Chris Van Hollen DEM Incumbent 76.5%