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2000 Maryland Democratic Presidential Primary Results
March 7, 2000
Al Gore 67.3%
Bill Bradley 28.5%
uncommitted 3.3%
Lyndon LaRouche 0.9%

2000 Maryland Republican Presidential Primary Results
March 7, 2000
George W. Bush 56.2%
John McCain 36.1%
Alan Keyes 6.7%
Steve Forbes 0.5%
Gary Bauer 0.4%
Orrin Hatch 0.1%

2000 Maryland Congressional Primary Results
March 4, 2000
Paul S. Sarbanes (D) 83%, Sidney Altman (D) 7%, George English (D) 10%, ex-police chief / '94 Lt. Gov. nominee / '98 attorney general nominee Paul H. Rappaport (R) 23%, freelance report Kenneth R. Timmerman (R) 10%, ex-St. Del. Robin Ficker (R) 15%, '98 nominee / retired surgeon Ross Z. Pierpont (R) 17%, ex-Hawaii St. Rep. / St. Del. John R. Leopold (R)??, ex-St. Sen. David Craig (R)??, ex-congressional aide / business consultant / professor S. Rob Sobhani (R) 17%, ex-foreign service officer / businessman Kenneth L. Wayman (R) 9%, retired physicist Howard David Greyber (R) 3%, businessman / ex-administrative law judge John Stafford (R) 6%,
1st Congressional District
St. Del. Bennett Bozman (D) 32%, purchasing agent Donald David Long (D) 16%, retired veteran Michael J. Serabian Sr. (D) 30%, perennial candidate / computer salesman John Rea (D) 22%, Wayne T. Gilchrest (R),
2nd Congressional District
farmer / retired Air Force Major / '98 nominee Kenneth T. Bosley (D) 48%, St. Del. Jacob J. "Jake" Mohorovic Jr. (D) 37%, insurance salesman Edward J. Hornzell (D) 7%, Walter Thomas Kuebler (D) 8%, Robert L. "Bob" Ehlrich Jr. (R), Leroy E. Weekley (I),
3rd Congressional District
Benjamin L. Cardin (D), '98 nominee Colin Felix Harby (R)
4th Congressional District
Albert R. Wynn (D) 88%, record & film company executive / '92 primary candidate E. Richard Rosenthal (D) 12%, '96 / '98 nominee / animal behaviorist John B. Kimble (R),
5th Congressional District
Steny H. Hoyer (D) 81%, Bruce M. Ross (D) 19%, St. Del. Thomas E. "Tim" Hutchins (R),
6th Congressional District
congressional aide Donald M. DeArmon (D) 54%, attorney Walter E. Carson (D) 9%, teacher John Ewald (D) 24%, teacher / folk singer Anthony J. McGuffin (D) 13%, Roscoe G. Bartlett (R) 78%, state GOP treasurer / banking consultant / '94 state comptroller nominee Timothy R. "Tim" Mayberry (R) 22%,
7th Congressional District
Elijah E. Cummings (D), '92 / '94 / '96 / '98 nominee / dental technician Kenneth Kondner (R), community activist Charles U. Smith (R),
8th Congressional District
pharmaceutical executive Terry Lierman (D) 61%, Deborah A. Vollmer (D) 14%, economist Lih Y. Young (D) 6%, Cyrus Homayounpour (D) 6%, teacher K. Joyce Kimble (D) 13%, Constance A. Morella (R), Internet Party founder Brian D. Saunders (C)

1. Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races. Blue boxes indicates winner. Red print indicates change in party control.

2. Key to Party Identification.
(C) = Constitution Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(R) = Republican Party

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