General election set for Nov. 6
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.dorcomdelections.org.
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.
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.
Sheri Robinson Hubbard faces Bill Gorsuch in the District 4 race.