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Democrat David Trone Elected to Open Maryland US House Seat

Trone is the co-owner of the national wine store chain Total Wine & More

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    What to Know

    • Democrat David Trone defeated Republican Amie Hoeber for Maryland's 6th Congressional District, the only open seat.

    • Rep. Andy Harris (R) beat challenger Jesse Colvin to keep Maryland's 1st Congressional District.

    • Harris is the only Republican representative in Maryland.

    Democrat David Trone has been elected to an open U.S. House seat, edging out Republican candidate Amie Hoeber,

    The liquor magnate defeated Hoeber on Tuesday to represent Maryland's 6th District that stretches from populous Montgomery County to the state's border with West Virginia. The congressional seat was open because three-term incumbent John Delaney, a Democrat, plans on running for president.

    It was a high-stakes race for the wealthy Potomac businessman, co-founder of an alcohol retailer. Not only did Trone put more than $11 million into the effort but he underwent cancer surgery and chemotherapy during this year's campaign season.

    Also winning was Andy Harris, a four-term Republican incumbent in a Maryland congressional district that leaned heavily conservative. Harris defeated Democratic challenger Jesse Colvin, a former U.S. Army Ranger.

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    Early voting started Thursday in Maryland and voters are paying close attention to the race for a hotly-contested congressional seat. Big money, President Trump, and Gov. Larry Hogan's popularity are all playing a major role in the competition for the 6th District. News4's Chris Gordon talked to the candidates and voters.

    (Published Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018)

    See below for a list of all eight winners for Maryland's districts.

    1st District:

    Winner: Republican — Rep. Andy Harris

    Democrat — Jesse Colvin

    Libertarian — Jenica Martin

    2nd District:

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    Winner: Democratic — Dutch Ruppersberger, incumbent first elected to the seat in 2002

    Republican — Liz Matory

    Libertarian — Michael Carney

    Green — Guy Mimoun

    3rd District:

    Winner: Democratic — John Sarbanes, incumbent first elected in 2006

    Republican — Charles Anthony

    Libertarian — David Lashar

    4th District:

    Winner: Democratic — Anthony Brown, incumbent first elected to the seat in 2016

    Republican — George McDermott

    Libertarian — Dave Bishop

    5th District:

    Winner: Democratic — Steny H. Hoyer, incumbent first elected in 1981; No. 2 Democrat in the House

    Republican — William A. Devine, III

    Libertarian — Jacob Pulcher

    Green — Patrick J. Elder

    6th District:

    Winner: Democrat — David Trone

    Republican — Amie Hoeber

    Libertarian — Kevin T. Caldwell

    Green — George Gluck

    7th District:

    Winner: Democratic — Elijah Cummings, incumbent first elected in 1996

    Republican — Richmond Davis

    Libertarian — David R. Griggs

    8th District:

    Winner: Democratic — Jamie Raskin, incumbent first elected in 2016

    Republican — John Walsh

    Libertarian — Jasen Wunder

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