MARYLAND
PRIMARY ELECTION RETURNS

SEPTEMBER 15, 1998


FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
J. Joseph Curran, Jr., Baltimore City


REPUBLICAN PARTY
Paul H. Rappaport, Ellicott City, Howard Co.


Curran* Rappaport*
Allegany Co. 3,733 2,904
Anne Arundel Co. 32,532 21,967
Baltimore City 45,050 4,136
Baltimore Co. 55,289 21,471
Calvert Co. 4,327 3,064
Caroline Co. 1,180 908
Carroll Co. 7,151 10,187
Cecil Co. 4,723 2,452
Charles Co. 4,673 3,641
Dorchester Co. 2,370 770
Frederick Co. 7,165 9,578
Garrett Co. 1,366 3,326
Harford Co. 15,630 12,670
Howard Co. 15,762 12,942
Kent Co. 1,959 1,154
Montgomery Co. 51,413 21,515
Prince George's Co. 40,565 5,493
Queen Anne's Co. 2,582 2,093
St. Mary's Co. 5,253 2,849
Somerset Co. 973 558
Talbot Co. 1,918 1,919
Washington Co. 6,860 6,210
Wicomico Co. 4,042 2,622
Worcester Co. 3,123 1,583
TOTAL 319,639 156,012
% of Total 100% 100%

* = winner

Source: State Board of Elections

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