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U.S. SENATE

1,810 of 1,833 precincts - 99 percent reporting

Barbara Mikulski, Dem. (incumbent), 1,052,032 votes - 62 percent

Eric Wargotz, GOP, 614,340 votes - 36 percent

Kenniss Henry, Grn., 19,225 votes - 1 percent

Richard Shawver, CST, 13,720 votes - 1 percent

GOVERNOR

1,810 of 1,833 precincts - 99 percent reporting

Martin O'Malley, Dem. (incumbent), 963,703 votes - 56 percent

Robert Ehrlich, GOP, 729,908 votes - 42 percent

Susan Gaztanaga, Lib., 13,221 votes - 1 percent

Maria Allwine, Grn., 10,970 votes - 1 percent

Eric Knowles, CST, 8,075 votes - 0 percent

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 1

274 of 278 precincts - 99 percent reporting

Andy Harris, GOP, 146,170 votes - 55 percent

Frank Kratovil, Dem. (incumbent), 111,069 votes - 42 percent

Richard Davis, Lib., 10,204 votes - 4 percent

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

For election results for Maryland's state and county offices, visit the Maryland State Board of Elections.

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