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"It isn't 'official' to political insiders until you see the candidate's name listed on Politics1." -- Governor Larry Hogan (2012)

Harry Hughes for Governor 1978

Filing Deadline (Major Parties): February 9, 2024
Filing Deadline (Third Parties/Indep): August 5, 2024
Filing Deadline (Write-In Candidates): October 17, 2024
Primary: May 14, 2024
Bold = Active Candidate
Italics = Potential Candidate
* = Incumbent
won = Winner
(Incumbent Party Listed First)

This page was last updated on February 16, 2024


Wes Moore (D)* - (Campaign Site)

Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2026.

Spiro Agnew for Governor - 1966

Aruna Miller (D)*

Brooke Lierman (D)* - (Campaign Site)

Anthony Brown (D)* - (Campaign Site)


State House of Delegates - (Democratic Caucus - Republican Caucus)

State Senate
- (Democratic Caucus - Republican Caucus)


[ Ben Cardin (D)* - Retiring in 2024. ]
Angela Alsobrooks (D) - Prince George's County Executive & Ex-State's Attorney
Mike Cobb (D) - Roofing Contractor
Marcellus Crews (D) - Businessman
Brian Frydenborg (D) - Foreign Policy Analyst & Journalist
Scottie Griffin (D) - Ex-Charlottesville (VA) Schools Superintendant & '22 Candidate

Rob Houton (D) - Nonprofit Founder
Joe Perez (D) - Business Manager, IT Project Manager, Ex-Republican & '22 Candidate
Steve Seuferer (D) - IT Professional & USAF Veteran
David Trone (D) - Congressman & Businessman
Andrew "AJ" Wildman (D) - Writer & Frequent Candidate
Moe Barakat (R) - US-Qatar Business Council Managing Director
Chris Chaffee (R) - Homebuilding Contractor, Community Activist & Frequent Candidate
Robin Ficker (R) - Ex-State Del., Real Estate Broker, Disbarred Attorney & Frequent Candidate
Lorie Friend (R) - Nurse & '22 Candidate
Larry Hogan (R) - Ex-Governor, Ex-State Cabinet Secretary & Businessman
John Myrick (R) - Retired USAF Veteran
Laban Seyoum (R)
Nancy Wallace (G) - Technology Consultant, '22 Gov Nominee & '16 US Rep Nominee
Mike Scott (L) - Management Program Analyst & USAF Veteran
Shaunesi DeBerry (I) - Social Media Personality
Emmanuel Osuchukwu (I) - Security Guard

Mac Mathias for Senate - 1974

Chris Van Hollen (D)* - (Campaign Site) - Next Election in 2028.


District 1:
Andy Harris (R)* - (Campaign Site)
Chris Bruneau (R) - Damage Restoration Building Contractor
Michael Lemon (R) - '22 Candidate & '24 Pres Candidate
Blane Miller (D) - Consultant, Navy Veteran, Ex-Republican & '22 County Exec Nominee
Blessing Oluwadare (D) - Customer Service Agent
Christen Johnson (I)

District 2:
[ C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D)* - Retiring in 2024. ]
Harry Bhandari (D) - State Del. & Teacher

Sia Kyriakakos (D) - Teacher & Artist
Johnny Olszewski (D) - Baltimore County Executive & Ex-State Del.
Sharron Reed-Burns (D) - State Employee
Jessica Sjoberg (D) - Medical Assistant
Clint Spellman Jr. (D) - Insurance Agent

Kim Klacik (R) - Radio Show Host, Nonprofit Founder, GOP Activist & '20 Nominee

John Thormann (R) - Contractual Consultant, Army Veteran & '22 US Sen Candidate

Dave Wallace (R) - Businessman & Frequent Candidate

Roy Dyson for Congress

District 3:
[ John Sarbanes (D)* - Retiring in 2024. ]
Mark Chang (D) - State Del. & Ex-Legislative Aide
Michael Coburn (D) - Attorney
Malcolm Colombo (D) - Civil Engineer
Abby Diehl (D) - Cannabis Businesswoman & Farmers Market Owner
Juan Dominguez (D) - Telecom Executive & Gulf War Veteran
Lindsay Donahue (D) - IT Professional
Harry Dunn (D) - Retired Police Officer
Sarah Elfreth (D) - State Sen., College Instructor & Ex-Congressional Aide

Mark Gosnell (D) - Physician & '20 Candidate
Terri Hill (D) - State Del., Physician & '20 Candidate
Aisha Khan (D) - Childcare Center Owner & '22 State Del Candidate
Clarence Lam (D) - State Sen., Ex-State Del. & Physician
Matt Libber (D) - Sports Complex CEO
Kristin Lyman Nabors (D) - Clinical Research Nurse
John Morse (D) - Attorney & Labor Union Activist
Jake Pretot (D) - Software Developer, Army Veteran & Frequent Candidate
Don Quinn (D) - Attorney
Mike Rogers (D) - State Del., Retired Army Colonel & Iraq/Afghan War Veteran
Dan Rupli (D) - Attorney, '76 Candidate & '14 St Sen Candidate
Gary Schuman (D) - Journalist & '20 Candidate
Stewart Silver (D) - College Student
Jeff Woodard (D) - Program Administrator & '20 Candidate
Art Baker (R) - Attorney
Ray Bly (R) - Storage Yard Owner, Vietnam War Veteran, Felon & Frequent Candidate
Berney Flowers (R) -  Retired USAF Officer, Iraq/Afghan War Veteran & '22 Candidate
Thomas "Pinkston" Harris (R) - Insurance Broker, Teacher & Frequent Candidate
Jordan Mayo (R) - Realtor
Naveed Mian (R) - Businessman
Josh Morales (R) - '20 Candidate

John Rea (R) - Salesman & Frequent Candidate 
Rob Steinberger (R) - Attorney & Businessman

District 4:
Glenn Ivey (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Joseph Gomes (D) - Health Care Consultant & Community Activist
Emmett Johnson (D) - Insurance Agency Owner
Gabriel Njinimbot (D) - IT Consultant & Law School Graduate
George McDermott (R) - Construction Company Owner & Frequent Candidate

District 5:
Steny Hoyer (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Quincy Bareebe (D) - Healthcare Executive, Accountant & Democratic Activist
Andrea Crooms (D) - Prince George's County Environmental Director, Attorney & Engineer

Mckayla Wilkes (D) - Administrative Assistant & '20/'22 Candidate

Michelle Talkington (R) - Businesswoman, Youth Minister & '22 St Sen Nominee

Helen Delich Bentley for Congress

District 6:
[ David Trone (D)* - Candidate for US Senate in 2024. ]
Peter Choharis (D) - Attorney
April McClain Delaney (D) - Ex-US Commerce Official, Attorney & Wife of Ex-US Rep John Delaney

George Gluck (D) - IT Consultant, Progressive Activist & Frequent Candidate
Geoffrey Grammer (D) - Psychiatrist, Retired Army Colonel & Iraq/Afghan War Veteran
Ashwani Jain (D) - Nonprofit Executive, Ex-Obama White Houe Aide, '22 Gov Candidate & '18 Local Candidate
Lesley Lopez (D) - State Del. & Ex-Congressional Aide
Tekesha Martinez (D) - Hagerstown Mayor & Ex -City Councilwoman
Stephen McDow (D) - Business Developmemnt Manager
Mohammad Mozumder (D) - Retired Scientist
Adrian Petrus (D) - Security Guard & Frequent Candidate

Joel Rubin (D) - Ex-Chevy Chase City Councilor, Ex-US State Dept Official & '16 Candidate
Laurie-Anne Sayles (D) - Montgomery County Councilwoman & Ex-Public Health Consultant

Joe Vogel (D) - State Del. & Democratic Activist
Destiny Drake West (D) - Federal Agency Program Specialist & Ex-Legislative Analyst
Kiambo "Bo" White (D) - Political Organizer
Altimont Wilks (D) - Neighborhood Grocery Store Owner

Dan Cox (R) - Ex-State Del., Attorney, QAnon Conspiracy Theorist & '22 Gov Nominee
Chris Hyser (R) - Retired Police Officer
Neil Parrott (R) - Ex-State Del., Traffic Engineer & '20/'22 Nominee

Todd Puglisi (R) - Grocery Store Clerk & '22 US Sen Candidate
Mariela Roca (R) - Medical Logistics Specialist, USAF Veteran & '22 Candidate
Tom Royals (R) - Business Development Manager & Navy Veteran
Brenda Thiam (R) - Ex-State Del., Behavioral Health Specialist & Educator
Moshe Landman (G) - Precious Metal Dealer, Attorney & '22 St Sen Nominee
Jason "Mr J" Johnson (I) - Frederick County School Board Member & Teacher

District 7:
Kweisi Mfume (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Tashi Davis (D) - Project Manager, Ex-Police Officer, Navy Veteran & '22 Candidate
Scott Collier (R) - Construction Contractor & Frequent Candidate
Wayne McNeal (R) - Blue Collar Worker & '22 Candidate
Lorrie Sigley (R) - Nurse & '22 Candidate
Michael Ervin Scott (I)

District 8:
Jamie Raskin (D)* - (Campaign Site)
Eric Felber (D) - Physician
Cheryl Riley (R) - Public Relations Consultant & '22 County Council Nominee
Michael Yadeta (R) - Civil Engineering Project Manager & '20/'22 Candidate

Kweisi Mfume for Congress


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Frank Mankiewicz for Congress 1974

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