Gen­eral elec­tion set for Nov. 6

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CAM­BRIDGE — Dorch­ester County vot­ers can go to the polls Tues­day, Nov. 6, for the gen­eral elec­tion.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The fi­nal day to re­quest an ab­sen­tee bal­lot to Fri­day, Nov. 2. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact the Dorch­ester County Board of Elec­tions at 410-228-2560 or visit www.dor­comd­elec­

On the bal­lot for the gen­eral elec­tion are con­gres­sional races, statewide races (gov­er­nor, comptroller, at­tor­ney

gen­eral), leg­isla­tive seats in the Mary­land Gen­eral Assem­bly, and county posts (coun­cil mem­bers, board of ed­u­ca­tion, sher­iff, and more). Gov­er­nor:

Repub­li­can in­cum­bent Larry Ho­gan faces Demo­crat Ben Jeal­ous, Lib­er­tar­ian Shawn Quinn and Green Ian Sch­lak­man.

Comptroller: Demo­cratic in­cum­bent Peter Fran­chot faces Repub­li­can An­jali Reed Phukan. At­tor­ney Gen­eral: Demo­cratic in­cum­bent Brian

E. Frosh faces Repub­li­can Craig Wolf.

U.S. Se­nate:

Demo­cratic in­cum­bent Ben Cardin faces Repub­li­cans Tony Camp­bell, Lib­er­tar­ian Arvin Vohra and un­af­fil­i­ated can­di­date Neal Si­mon.

U.S. House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives, District 1:

Repub­li­can in­cum­bent Andy Har­ris is be­ing chal­lenged by Demo­crat Jesse Colvin and Lib­er­tar­ian Jenica Martin.

Mary­land Se­nate, District 37:

Repub­li­can in­cum­bent Ade­laide “Ad­die” Eckardt faces Demo­crat Holly Wright.

Md. House of Del­e­gates, District 37A:

Demo­cratic in­cum­bent Sheree Sam­ple-Hughes is be­ing chal­lenged by Repub­li­can Frank E. Cooke.

Md. House of Del­e­gates, District 37B:

Vote for up to two can­di­dates.

Repub­li­can in­cum­bents Johnny Mautz (Tal­bot) and Christo­pher T. Adams (Wi­comico) are be­ing chal­lenged by Demo­crat Dan O’Hare (Wi­comico).

Dorch­ester County County Coun­cil: District 1:

Repub­li­can Don B. Sat­ter­field faces Demo­crat Jay Leonard New­comb.

Reg­is­ter of Wills: Demo­cratic in­cum­bent Doris Keene Lewis faces Repub­li­can Richard F. Col­burn. Sher­iff:

Demo­cratic in­cum­bent James W. Phillips Jr. faces Repub­li­can Gregory S. Rob­bins Sr.

Board of Ed­u­ca­tion: District 2:

In­cum­bent LeOtha N. Hull is run­ning un­op­posed in District 2.

District 4:

Sheri Robin­son Hub­bard faces Bill Gor­such in the District 4 race.

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