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Maryland county offices elections, 2006

 

Maryland county offices elections, 2006

The election to choose all elected positions in the counties of Maryland occurred on Tuesday, November 7, 2006. The Wicomico County.

The County elected offices include: County Council, State's Attorney, Sheriff, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Probate Judge, and Register of Wills. Please also see Maryland County Executive Election, 2006.

This page will describe notable races and candidates.

Contents

Anne Arundel County

Declared Candidates

District 1

Republican

John Edward Lindner

District 2

District 3

District 4

Democrat

G. James ("Jamie") Benoit, Jr.

Andrew Pruski

Walter Kenneth Moody

Devin F. Tucker

Republican

Sid Saab

District 5

Democrat

A. J. ("Tito") Baca

Republican

Cathleen Vitale

District 6

Democrat

Josh Cohen, Annapolis city Alderman; State Parole and Probation Agent; from Annapolis

Classy Hoyel, Annapolis city Alderwoman from Annapolis

Republican

Rene C. Swafford, Attorney-At-Law from Annapolis

District 7

Green Party

Robert L. Tufts - Green Party and environmental activist from Churchton

Republicans

Ed Reilly - Incumbent District 7

Potential Candidates

Republicans

Ron Dillon, Jr. - Incumbent District 3

C. Edward Middlebrooks - Incumbent District 2

Democrats

Greens

Candidate links

Republicans

Campaign Websites
  • Cathleen Vitale
Other Websites
  • Attorney Rene C. Swafford

Democrats

Campaign Websites
  • DevinTucker.com
  • joshcohen.org
  • jamiebenoit.com
  • votepruski.com
  • AJ Baca
Other Websites
  • Alderman Joshua J. Cohen

Greens

Campaign Websites

Vote Tufts 2006

Other Websites
  • Anne Arundel Green Party

Other links

Government Links

  • Maryland Campaign Finance Report Database
  • Anne Arundel County Board of Elections

News Articles

Baltimore County

Declared Candidates

Democrats

Republicans

Potential Candidates

Democrats

Republicans

Greens

Harford County

Declared Candidates

Republicans

Democrats

Greens

Potential Candidates

Republicans

Democrats

Greens

Howard County

Declared Candidates

Democrats

Republicans

Greens

Potential Candidates

Democrats

Republicans

Greens

Montgomery County

At-Large

Democrats

  • Tufail Ahmad
  • Ashley "Hugh" Bailey
  • Marc Elrich (winner)
  • Reginald "Reggie" Felton
  • Nancy Floreen, incumbent (winner)
  • William "Bill" Jacobs
  • Cary Lamari
  • George Leventhal, incumbent (winner)
  • Robert "Bo" Newsome
  • Donell Peterman
  • Bette Dale Petrides
  • Michael Subin, incumbent
  • Duchy Trachtenberg (winner)

Republicans

  • Tom Reinheimer
  • Shelly Skolnick
  • Amber Gnemi
  • Adol Owens-Williams
  • Stephen Abrams, school board member

(note: Adol Owens-Williams resigned from the race so Stephen Abrams could run as a Republican nominee)

District 1

Democrats

  • Roger Berliner (winner)

Republicans

  • Howard Denis, incumbent

District 2

Democrats

  • Sharon Dooley
  • Mike Knapp, incumbent (winner)

Republicans

  • Scott Dyer

District 3

Democrats

  • Phil Andrews, incumbent (winner)
  • Bob Doresy, Rockville City Councilman

Republicans

  • Henry Maraffa

District 4

Democrats

  • Mike Jones
  • Marilyn Praisner, incumbent (winner)

Republicans

  • Mark Fennel

District 5

Democrats

  • Valerie Ervin, school board member (winner)
  • Hans Riemer

Republicans

  • Dennis Walsh

Wicomico County

External links

  • Prince George's County Primary Election September 12, 2006

See also

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