Republican Larry Hogan's victory on Tuesday was just the second time a Democrat has been beaten in a Maryland gubernatorial election since the 1950s.
Just 1,200 votes separate Democratic incumbent Jim Mathias from challenger Mike McDermott on the Eastern Shore, and the votes are still being tallied.
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