Baltimore Sun

Wins, losses, close calls in Baltimore primaries

District-by-district look at General Assembly races

- By Hannah Gaskill

The statewide race for governor may have attracted the most attention this election season, but all 188 seats in the General Assembly also are up for grabs.

Here’s a district-bydistrict look at where things stood as of Thursday among House and

Senate races in Baltimore

City and County, and a peek at who’s running in

November.

Neither the city nor the county counted votes Thursday, but both will resume Friday.

State legislator­s typically are paid about $50,000 a year.

District 40: In District 40, which covers Claremont, Mount Royal and Hampden, incumbents Melissa Wells, Frank M. Conaway Jr. and Marlon D. Amprey, who was appointed to the House last year, held their own in a crowded field of Democratic contenders. They will face Republican Zulieka A. Baysmore, a member of the Baltimore City Republican Central Committee, in November as voters decide which three candidates will represent them in Annapolis come

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