ELECTION 2018: St. Mary’s County Primary Results; Cameron turns back the GOP challenger; now faces Belleavoine

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ELECTION 2018: St. Mary’s County Primary Results; Cameron turns back the challenge

St. Mary’s County Commissioner President Randy Guy won the GOP nomination while unopposed. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo.

County Commissioner President

Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Randy Guy
Republican 959 3,815 0 4,774 100.0%

 

Democratic Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
J. Howard Thompson
Democratic 858 3,029 0 3,887 100.0%
The St. Mary’s Board of Bozo Commissioners.

County Commissioner

District 1
Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(11 of 11 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Eric Scott Colvin
Republican 754 2,721 0 3,475 71.3%
Mike Daras
Republican 280 1,121 0 1,401 28.7%

 

Democratic Candidates – Vote for 1

(11 of 11 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Timothy Ridgell
Democratic 826 2,961 0 3,787 100.0%

 

District 2
Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(8 of 8 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Michael Hewitt
Republican 927 3,672 0 4,599 100.0%
St. Mary’s Commissioner Debate featured two Democrats on left, and two Republicans on May 21, 2018. Rose Frederick, left, won the Democratic Primary and Eric Colvin, far right, won the Republican Primary. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo.

Democratic Candidates – Vote for 1

(8 of 8 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
AnnMarie Abell
Democratic 454 1,700 0 2,154 45.5%
Rose V. Frederick
Democratic 569 2,012 0 2,581 54.5%
Commissioner John O’Connor will be the GOP candidate in November’s General Election with Clarke Guy running as unaffiliated. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo
Clarke Guy, Commissioner candidate in St. Mary’s County District 3. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

District 3
Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(7 of 7 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
John O’Connor
Republican 883 3,506 0 4,389 100.0%

 

District 4
Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(10 of 10 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Todd B. Morgan
Republican 941 3,703 0 4,644 100.0%

 

Treasurer

Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Christy Kelly
Republican 923 3,604 0 4,527 100.0%

 

State’s Attorney

Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Richard D. Fritz
Republican 945 3,642 0 4,587 100.0%

 

Clerk of the Circuit Court

Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Debbie Mills Burch
Republican 534 2,163 0 2,697 51.0%
Pete Cucinotta
Republican 568 2,023 0 2,591 49.0%

 

Democratic Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Faye Wheeler
Democratic 846 2,999 0 3,845 100.0%

 

Register of Wills

Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Phyllis A. Superior
Republican 905 3,494 0 4,399 100.0%

 

Judge of the Orphans’ Court

Republican Candidates – Vote for up to 3

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Albert “Allie” Babcock
Republican 738 2,737 0 3,475 31.3%
Bill Mattingly
Republican 869 3,343 0 4,212 37.9%
Michael R. White
Republican 734 2,692 0 3,426 30.8%

 

Democratic Candidates – Vote for up to 3

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Deborah J. Curtis
Democratic 744 2,505 0 3,249 48.8%
Julie Randall
Democratic 798 2,606 0 3,404 51.2%
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron said at Lexington Park Library debate that he would not tolerate even little white lies from his staff. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Sheriff

Republican Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Tim Cameron
Republican 935 3,685 0 4,620 79.9%
Tom Phelan
Republican 257 904 0 1,161 20.1%
Ted Belleavoine

Democratic Candidates – Vote for 1

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Ted Belleavoine
Democratic 754 2,693 0 3,447 100.0%

 

Democratic Central Committee Female

Democratic Candidates – Vote for up to 5

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Diana D. Donahue
Democratic 761 2,448 0 3,209 21.1%
Heather Marin Earhart
Democratic 719 2,304 0 3,023 19.9%
Laura Hart
Democratic 719 2,309 0 3,028 19.9%
Caroline Miller King
Democratic 718 2,319 0 3,037 20.0%
Jane Loughran
Democratic 710 2,207 0 2,917 19.2%
Shane Mattingly in the1994 Democratic primary challenging Del. Johnny Wood.
Dr. Sal Raspa, former St. Mary’s School Board President, won a seat on the Democratic Central Committee. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Top vote-getter among Democrats for Democratic Central Committee is former Chairman of the Republican Central Committee – Shane Mattingly. Mattingly ran unsuccessfully for the House of Delegates in 1994 as a Democrat and ran again in 1998 as a Republican and lost; was elected to the GOP Central Committee, selected as Chairman, ran unsuccessfully for Circuit Court Judge in 2006 and switching back to Democrat ran and lost in the race for States Attorney in 2014.  Flying the flag of convenience, in 2018, Mattingly has won with the best vote for Democratic Central Committee.

Democratic Central Committee Male

Democratic Candidates – Vote for up to 5

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Bill Bates
Democratic 688 2,158 0 2,846 18.8%
Michael D. Brown
Democratic 741 2,455 0 3,196 21.1%
Collin Jay Foster
Democratic 674 2,089 0 2,763 18.2%
Shane Mattingly
Democratic 763 2,551 0 3,314 21.8%
Sal Raspa
Democratic 716 2,343 0 3,059 20.2%

 

Republican Central Committee

Republican Candidates – Vote for up to 9

(36 of 36 election day precincts reported)

Name Party Early Voting Election Day Absentee / Provisional Total Percentage
Bryan M. Barthelme, II
Republican 752 2,783 0 3,535 11.7%
Jacinta Bottoms-Spencer
Republican 622 2,373 0 2,995 9.9%
Jennifer Hayden Boyd
Republican 735 2,790 0 3,525 11.7%
Kevin Cioppa
Republican 690 2,596 0 3,286 10.9%
Joe DiMarco
Republican 700 2,590 0 3,290 10.9%
Cody Hance
Republican 640 2,441 0 3,081 10.2%
Jodi Stanalonis
Republican 781 2,853 0 3,634 12.0%
Karen P. Wathen
Republican 722 2,722 0 3,444 11.4%
David Willenborg
Republican 717 2,664 0 3,381 11.2%

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