FREDERICK COUNTY, MARYLAND

ELECTION RETURNS

GENERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 6, 2018


COUNTY EXECUTIVE

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Jan H. Gardner* 55,692

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Kathy Afzali 46,063

UNAFFILIATED
Earl Henry Robbins, Jr. 4,944


COUNTY COUNCIL

DISTRICT 1

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Jerry D. Donald* 11,681

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Kevin Grubb 11,336

DISTRICT 2

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Lisa Jarosinski 9,558

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Steven McKay* 13,576

DISTRICT 3

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
M. C. Keegan-Ayer* 11,392

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Joseph Parsley 6,349

DISTRICT 4

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Jessica E. Fitzwater* 12,472

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Jimmy W. Trout 7,672

DISTRICT 5

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Shannon Bohrer 6,808

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Michael J. Blue* 12,010

AT LARGE
(vote for 2)

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Kai J. Hagen* 47,050
Susan Reeder Jessee 44,495
Total 91,545

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Philip Dacey* 45,017
Danny Farrar 44,713
Total 89,730

UNAFFILIATED
Harold F. (Bud) Otis, Jr. 13,311


BOARD OF EDUCATION
(vote for 4)

Elizabeth A. (Liz) Barrett* 38,146
Jay Mason* 37,971
April Fleming Miller 35,938
Camden Raynor 28,191
Cindy Rose 31,968
Kim L. Williams 21,321
Karen Yoho* 39,242
Brad W. Young* 50,179


STATE'S ATTORNEY

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
(no candidate filed)

REPUBLICAN PARTY
J. Charles Smith III* 74,596


CIRCUIT COURT CLERK

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Megan LeRoux 48,072

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Sandra K. Dalton* 54,417


SHERIFF

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Karl Bickel 50,540

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Charles A. (Chuck) Jenkins* 54,677


ORPHANS' COURT JUDGES
(vote for 3)

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
John Daniels 44,358
Bonnie L. Nicholson* 48,899
Eugene N. Sheppard 40,355

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Douglas D. Browning* 45,023
Mary Rolle* 47,961
Nathaniel C. (Nate) Wood-Wilson 43,571


REGISTER OF WILLS

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Melissa Atherholt 46,055

REPUBLICAN PARTY
Sharon S. Keller* 55,314


CHARTER AMENDMENTS

Question A:
COUNCIL MEMBER VACANCY

To provide that a Council Member vacancy must be filled by a member of the same political party as the vacating Council Member was in the most recent Council Member election.

For* Against
58,757 38,809
% of Total 60.2% 39.8%


Question B:
EXPEDITED LEGISLATION

To authorize and specify the process for expedited legislation that could become effective on the date of enactment.

For* Against
60,385 31,703
% of Total 65.6% 34.4%


Question C:
CHANGE IN COUNTY ATTORNEY REMOVAL PROCESS AUTHORITY

To change the removal process for the County Attorney to require either the Executive with the consent of 5 Council Members or the vote of 6 Council Members to remove the County Attorney.

For* Against
68,025 22,610
% of Total 75.1% 24.9%


Question D:
FIRE FIGHTER COLLECTIVE BARGAINING & BINDING ARBITRATION

To expand the required subject matters for collective bargaining for the County Career Fire Fighters and require the County Council to provide by ordinance for binding arbitration by a neutral arbitrator whose decision must be funded in the County Budget.

For* Against
72,617 27,247
% of Total 72.7% 27.3%


* = winner

Source: Frederick County Board of Elections

State Board of Elections
Local Boards of Elections
Maryland Political Parties
Maryland Government
Maryland & the Federal Government
Maryland Universities & Colleges
Maryland Counties
Maryland Municipalities
Maryland at a Glance


Maryland Manual On-Line

Search the Manual
e-mail: mdmanual@maryland.gov


This web site is presented for reference purposes under the doctrine of fair use. When this material is used, in whole or in part, proper citation and credit must be attributed to the Maryland State Archives. PLEASE NOTE: The site may contain material from other sources which may be under copyright. Rights assessment, and full originating source citation, is the responsibility of the user.


Tell Us What You Think About the Maryland State Archives Website!


[ Archives' Home Page  ||  Maryland Manual On-Line  ||  Reference & Research
||  Search the Archives   ||  Education & Outreach  ||  Archives of Maryland Online ]

Governor     General Assembly    Judiciary     Maryland.Gov

Copyright March 14, 2022 Maryland State Archives