MARYLAND
GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS

NOVEMBER 3, 1998


FOR U.S. SENATOR

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Barbara Ann Mikulski, Baltimore City


REPUBLICAN PARTY
Ross Z. Pierpont, Timonium, Baltimore Co.


Mikulski* Pierpont
Allegany Co. 13,077 6,344
Anne Arundel Co. 97,955 54,834
Baltimore City 135,726 15,539
Baltimore Co. 162,327 77,048
Calvert Co. 14,057 8,031
Caroline Co. 4,089 2,714
Carroll Co. 24,200 22,815
Cecil Co. 12,593 7,749
Charles Co. 20,175 11,356
Dorchester Co. 6,007 2,630
Frederick Co. 30,235 22,829
Garrett Co. 3,708 4,309
Harford Co. 43,938 28,462
Howard Co. 55,493 27,099
Kent Co. 4,689 2,027
Montgomery Co. 199,461 73,543
Prince George's Co. 158,184 30,753
Queen Anne's Co. 8,103 5,004
St. Mary's Co. 14,440 7,067
Somerset Co. 4,037 2,063
Talbot Co. 6,938 4,655
Washington Co. 19,228 14,798
Wicomico Co. 13,679 7,867
Worcester Co. 10,471 5,101
TOTAL 1,062,810 444,637
% of Total 71% 29%

* = winner

Source: State Board of Elections

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