Who Won Maryland Elections in 2014?
Incumbent Governor Martin O'Malley was term-limited and could not run for re-election. Repbulican Larry Hogan won the election with 51% of the vote over Anthony Brown.
All eight incumbent members of the House of Representatives ran for re-election, and all eight were sent back to Washington.
The closest Congressional race was in the 6th District where Democrat John Delaney received a second term with just 49.7% of the vote.
|1st District||Andy Harris||REP||Incumbent||70.5%|
|2nd District||C A "Dutch" Ruppersberger||DEM||Incumbent||61.3%|
|3rd District||John Sarbanes||DEM||Incumbent||59.6%|
|4th District||Donna Edwards||DEM||Incumbent||70.2%|
|5th District||Steny Hoyer||DEM||Incumbent||64.0%|
|6th District||John Delaney||DEM||Incumbent||49.7%|
|7th District||Elijah Cummings||DEM||Incumbent||69.9%|
|8th District||Chris Van Hollen||DEM||Incumbent||60.2%|